|By Business Wire||
|January 30, 2013 01:00 PM EST||
smartTrade Technologies released HTML5-based front end applications for LiquidityFX and the Liquidity Management System as well as an HTML5 development platform that enables clients to customize their user interfaces.
HTML5 has experienced rapid adoption due to the rapid global growth in mobile Internet usage. This technology is a huge step forward for web-based and mobile device applications, enabling functionality in a browser or mobile device that was not previously possible.
David Vincent, smartTrade Chief Technology Officer said, “smartTrade’s engineering team has been working with HTML5 for several years. As the code base and browser support became more mature, we migrated all of our front-end applications, including monitoring tools and trading workstations to a new HTML5 code base, tightly integrating them with the full stack of the smartTrade Liquidity Management System (LMS).
“We have migrated most of smartTrade front ends, including the client-facing LiquidityFX trading application. Using smartTrade’s HTML5 development platform, clients will be able to customize their smartTrade user interfaces and extend the LMS functionality to multiple platforms including desktops and mobile devices from a single code base.”
Vincent continued, “The front end space is very commoditized and there is no reason to pay high prices just to get 'a front end' which should be a low cost component of a solid back end trading system. So smartTrade is providing our HTML5 development platform and user interfaces at a fraction of the price charged by other vendors in the market.”
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About smartTrade Technologies
Founded in 1999, smartTrade provides sophisticated liquidity management systems, enabling banks, brokers, and asset managers to develop multi-asset dealing platforms that aggregate liquidity from dozens of sources to create a single order book, distribute customized pricing to clients, receive and manage client order flow, internalize liquidity and/or route it to external venues while managing state throughout the order lifecycle, implement smart order routing using proprietary algorithms, and connect electronically to any number of venues regardless of messaging protocols. The system handles multiple asset classes and is in production globally supporting foreign exchange, fixed income, equities, rates, and other instrument types.
For more information, visit http://www.smart-trade.net/.
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