9th September, 2020 – FX Technology provider Integral announced today that it has launched the latest version of its next generation trading platform.
Available through an HTML5 browser and mobile device, FX Inside 7.0 is a web-based trading solution for banks and institutional brokers wanting to serve corporate and institutional customers in a fully branded single dealer environment.
The new look FX Inside HTML5 cloud based dealing GUI.
Configurable workflow tools include tick-by-tick charting, real time blotters, advanced order types, and laddered and full book pricing. The platform supports RFS and ESP trading in spot, outrights and swaps, NDFs, precious metals, and CFDs.
FX Inside 7.0 is built on a ReactJS framework for a responsive design and faster web-browser reaction time. Users also have the option to integrate third-party applications and translate the interface into any language to meet the requirements of a local user base.
Harpal Sandhu, CEO Integral said “In this current environment, it has become evident that institutions need access to a scalable and sophisticated single dealer offering. The latest version of FX Inside provides our clients with a highly customizable interface and allows them to launch bespoke and customer centric trading platforms at significantly lower cost and risk than building in-house.”
Now in its seventh generation, FX Inside supports Integral clients' distribution of their prices directly to anyone, anywhere in the institutional trading ecosystem. The latest iteration of FX Inside technology has also been deployed across all of Integral’s trading UIs, including those used in the OCX and TrueFX trading environments, so all manual users in the Integral network can benefit from an enhanced trading experience.
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