Brokeree Solutions releases a new Ratings Module v4.

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Brokeree Solutions launched a new version of its Ratings Module v4, a solution that collects trading history, calculates performance indicators and displays them via interactive dashboards. It is especially suitable for brokers who organize traders’ competitions or provide their clients with investment systems such as PAMM or Social Trading.

Brokeree Solutions launched a new version of its Ratings Module v4, a solution that collects trading history, calculates performance indicators and displays them via interactive dashboards. It is especially suitable for brokers who organize traders’ competitions or provide their clients with investment systems such as PAMM or Social Trading.

“The main goal for creating new Ratings Module v4 was to find a balance between unprecedented customization capabilities and a simple interface”, commented Elina Bagautdinova, Managing Partner at Brokeree Solutions. “We listen closely to our clients and see that interactive, colourful and attractive solutions simply mean more business for brokers. The latest update helps us unveil the true potential of the product.”

When connecting to the server, Ratings Module v4 gets access to individual trading histories of traders and calculates performance indicators set by the administrator. Further, with the help of customizable widgets, statistics can be displayed on the broker’s website and other applications, like CRM, clients’ areas, or mobile apps.

There are three key advantages of the new Ratings Module v4.

Firstly, the solution instantly processes all new changes. That means that all required corrections can be done right from the administrator panel so brokers can more conveniently delegate the tasks of customizing widgets without constantly changing the server-side components or restarting the solutions.

Secondly, the product’s web interface enables administrators to customize the colour of any data entry through a palette, add avatars and award badges to traders. A badge is a small icon that is automatically attributed to a particular trader to highlight their achievements. For instance, every signal provider exceeding a certain number of followers can be considered as «popular».

Finally, Ratings Module v4 also offers brokers three templates for displaying trader statistics via widgets: cards, rows, and tables to easily add, replace, and modify columns with traders’ data. Once widgets are created, switching between its form takes only a few clicks.

To help traders navigate through the ratings of their peers or available money managers, brokers may add custom filtering options. This way traders may sort the list by country, risk of their trading strategies, profitability, or any other chosen indicator.

Ratings Module v4 is a unique combination of ready-made features and customization.  By choosing between a set of turn-key templates or custom configurations, brokers may fine-tune the solution to align it with their business goals and branding. This customer-centric approach is the core of Ratings Module v4, making the product so helpful and convenient.

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