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Fortex Redesigns MT4 Bridge OMX Interface via HTML5

Fortex is currently processing close to $12 billion daily according to data provided by the company.

Electronic Communications Network (ECN) trading platform Fortex, Inc. has announced to its clients that the company has completed an overhaul of its MT4 Bridge OMX Interface solution. The company has effectively rebuilt the system to be running from an online browser environment, therefore enabling on-the-go configuration via mobile devices.

The shift of the platform to HTML5 enables a new interface which is easier to work with and permits users to change parameters of the bridge on the fly via their mobile device if they so please. The platform is located on the cloud, supporting virtually all operating systems, both mobile and desktop.

Aside from enabling Android and iOS devices to control bridge parameters on the MT4 Bridge OMX Interface, the new solution from Fortex will also enable macOS and Linux users to use the solution from their native operating system environment.

The design of the solution is optimized for mobile with a point and click interface, through which brokers can manage news events, unexpected market volatility and access their information logs instantly.

The interface is available in Chinese and English and is encrypted via a secure connection (HTTPS).

According to the company, Fortex is currently processing up to $12 billion in flow and more than 500,000 tickets daily.

Wednesday, 15 Jun, 2016 / 1:44

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Source : https://www.financemagnates.com/forex/technology/fortex-redesigns-mt4-bridge-omx-interface-via-html5/

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