Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 2nd Nov 2023 – AltimaCRM will now be able to offer Mobius Trader to brokers as part of its growing platform offering.
Intivion, a leading provider of bespoke CRM solutions to forex brokers, has launched a strategic partnership with Mobius Soft Ltd. Per the partnership, Mobius Trader has been added to AltimaCRM’s existing suite of trading platforms on offer. The move will allow Intivion’s clients to provide their own customers an improved trading experience.
AltimaCRM is a customisable CRM solution that functions as an operational backbone for any business. Its interface is tailored to the needs of forex brokers, helping them enable their marketing teams, manage customers, and streamline operations more effectively.
For nearly two decades, Intivion has developed its service suite to include a core focus on CRM solutions, catering to forex brokers and IBs. Onboarding Mobius Trader represents the latest edition to AltimaCRM’s expanding network of available trading platforms. By extension, Mobius Trader has achieved a reputation for its user-friendly and flexible integration, ensuring a smooth trading experience for all users.
According to Igor Mikhailov, CEO of Mobius Soft Ltd, “We are excited to join forces with Intivion by adding our trading platform to AltimaCRM. We look forward to providing our clients with the option to work with a unique CRM module that has proven its functionality through its innovative capabilities.”
AltimaCRM Empowering Brokers and End-Users
Following the integration, brokers will be able to access Mobius Trader 7’s expansive trading platform through AltimaCRM. This is consistent with Intivion’s efforts to provide the most optionality and utility for its client base via its solutions. AltimaCRM helps brokers scale their business by taking advantage of reduced operational costs, improved sales figures, and an enhanced forex sales pipeline.
With an emphasis on maximising revenues and customer management, the solution functions as an all-in-one marketing and data platform. AltimaCRM provides brokers with multi-level IB management, flexible reporting, and auto KYC & compliance.
AltimaCRM was engineered to eliminate data silos by taking advantage of automation and tracking, helping facilitate improved refinement and delivery. Using this technology, forex brokers can also boost their lead generation and conversion to ensure optimised sales pipeline management.
“We are pleased to onboard Mobius Trader and embark on a mutual journey forward with such a trusted name in trading services. By adding Mobius Trader to AltimaCRM’s platform offering, I am confident that our CRM will be able to provide forex brokers with the advanced trading capabilities they need,” commented Intivion’s CEO Aman Sheriff on the partnership.
About Intivion Technologies
Intivion Technologies is a leading provider of advanced technology and CRM for forex brokers. As a one-stop technology solutions partner for over 16 years, the company offers an agile tool suite for any brokerage operation via its flagship products AltimaCRM and AltimaIB. Intivion has also designed, developed, and implemented large scale CMS websites, bridging forex CRM systems and MT4 trading platforms.
About Mobius Soft LTD
Mobius Soft Ltd is an innovative software development company specialising in cost effective trading platform solutions for forex & CFD brokers. The group’s core product is its Mobius Trader platform, which operates as a user-friendly and multi-platform terminal that is supported by Web, iOS, Android, macOS, Windows and Linux with no additional costs.
Organization: Intivion Technologies
Contact Person: Aman Sheriff
Address: IFZA Business Park, Dubai Silicon Oasis, DDP, Building A2,
Country: United Arab Emirates
Release Id: 0211237000
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