Trinix Securities LLC Unveils its Web Presence

Apr 10, 2001, 01:00 ET from Trinix Securities LLC

    TARRYTOWN, N.Y., April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Trinix Securities LLC officially
 released its website to the world today.  The company, a Delaware-based LLC
 with corporate headquarters in Tarrytown, NY, is a professional direct-access
 trading firm formed in July 2000.
     The release of the firm's domain, http://www.TrinixSecurities.com, has
 been highly anticipated. It took over 3-months to create the site. The firm's
 in-house web development team is quite excited about it the ability to finally
 display their creation. The company feels that this was the next step in their
 self-prescribed corporate focus to offer a revolution in the day-trading
 industry.
     Although, the word "dot-com" has currently fallen out of favor, Trinix
 admits that their web presence will serve as an "accessory" to their already
 successful business model. Among other things, the website looks to provide a
 portal, or at a minimum, easier access into the firm.
     David Laurent, Trinix's CEO, feels that too many businesses rely too
 heavily on their website to obtain a market presence. Laurent claims that
 Trinix intends to use it as a tool for providing prospective and current
 traders, as well as others in the industry, useful information on the firm and
 the business. "In this age of information our business needs to dictate
 meaningful information, not just merely information," offers Laurent "there is
 too much fluff already out there".
     Website with a cause? The intent of the site's developers was to create a
 high tech look that still feels personable. And most importantly, to provide a
 site that is useful. To fortify Laurent's claims, the firm's developers
 discovered that there was too many sites that simply occupied a domain name
 and essentially serve no "useful" purpose. Since it is expected and almost
 required of all financial firms to develop some sort of web presence, Trinix
 represents their web site as an "accessory" to maintaining their business.
 Among many features, some of the available information on the site includes:
 corporate and individual backgrounds, the latest corporate news, a ticker and
 quotes, trading tools, market data and links, an updated "impossible to borrow
 list, and easy contact information that includes a "wish list" and technology
 updates. Current traders can also update proprietary software modules via a
 link to the firm's FTP site.
     Craig Feltz, the firm's COO, remarked, "Although we are very pleased with
 the site, we understand that it will always be a subject to our evolution and
 be a work in progress ... it will never be a finished product." This indicated
 the firm's intent to update the site on a frequent basis.
     T-REx Solutions, the in-house development team has more definite plans for
 the website. The software division sees the web site as a "show-room" for the
 firm's new technology. They look to release their product T-REx (Trinix Rapid
 Execution) in the next quarter and then use the site to provide updates and
 feedback. "Speed and Technology define the firm and should define our website"
 stated the firm's Chief Communications Officer, Gerard Dublynn "The goal was
 to create a web page that facilitated the firm's emphasis around service,
 support, and technology, we feel that we have done that."
 
     Trinix Securities LLC is a member of the American Stock Exchange and
 currently seeking approval for NASD membership. At this time, Trinix is only
 accepting licensed and registered traders to trade firm capital. The firm
 looks to expand to customer business once NASD approval is granted.
     For more information on Trinix Securities visit
 http://www.ThereIsaDifference.com.
 
 

SOURCE Trinix Securities LLC
    TARRYTOWN, N.Y., April 10 /PRNewswire/ -- Trinix Securities LLC officially
 released its website to the world today.  The company, a Delaware-based LLC
 with corporate headquarters in Tarrytown, NY, is a professional direct-access
 trading firm formed in July 2000.
     The release of the firm's domain, http://www.TrinixSecurities.com, has
 been highly anticipated. It took over 3-months to create the site. The firm's
 in-house web development team is quite excited about it the ability to finally
 display their creation. The company feels that this was the next step in their
 self-prescribed corporate focus to offer a revolution in the day-trading
 industry.
     Although, the word "dot-com" has currently fallen out of favor, Trinix
 admits that their web presence will serve as an "accessory" to their already
 successful business model. Among other things, the website looks to provide a
 portal, or at a minimum, easier access into the firm.
     David Laurent, Trinix's CEO, feels that too many businesses rely too
 heavily on their website to obtain a market presence. Laurent claims that
 Trinix intends to use it as a tool for providing prospective and current
 traders, as well as others in the industry, useful information on the firm and
 the business. "In this age of information our business needs to dictate
 meaningful information, not just merely information," offers Laurent "there is
 too much fluff already out there".
     Website with a cause? The intent of the site's developers was to create a
 high tech look that still feels personable. And most importantly, to provide a
 site that is useful. To fortify Laurent's claims, the firm's developers
 discovered that there was too many sites that simply occupied a domain name
 and essentially serve no "useful" purpose. Since it is expected and almost
 required of all financial firms to develop some sort of web presence, Trinix
 represents their web site as an "accessory" to maintaining their business.
 Among many features, some of the available information on the site includes:
 corporate and individual backgrounds, the latest corporate news, a ticker and
 quotes, trading tools, market data and links, an updated "impossible to borrow
 list, and easy contact information that includes a "wish list" and technology
 updates. Current traders can also update proprietary software modules via a
 link to the firm's FTP site.
     Craig Feltz, the firm's COO, remarked, "Although we are very pleased with
 the site, we understand that it will always be a subject to our evolution and
 be a work in progress ... it will never be a finished product." This indicated
 the firm's intent to update the site on a frequent basis.
     T-REx Solutions, the in-house development team has more definite plans for
 the website. The software division sees the web site as a "show-room" for the
 firm's new technology. They look to release their product T-REx (Trinix Rapid
 Execution) in the next quarter and then use the site to provide updates and
 feedback. "Speed and Technology define the firm and should define our website"
 stated the firm's Chief Communications Officer, Gerard Dublynn "The goal was
 to create a web page that facilitated the firm's emphasis around service,
 support, and technology, we feel that we have done that."
 
     Trinix Securities LLC is a member of the American Stock Exchange and
 currently seeking approval for NASD membership. At this time, Trinix is only
 accepting licensed and registered traders to trade firm capital. The firm
 looks to expand to customer business once NASD approval is granted.
     For more information on Trinix Securities visit
 http://www.ThereIsaDifference.com.
 
 SOURCE  Trinix Securities LLC