Centroid Solutions taps Skale’s CRM and client portal

abdelaziz Fathi

Centroid Solutions, a technology provider specializing in connectivity bridge and execution engines, risk management systems, and hosting and infrastructure solutions, has inked a strategic partnership with Skale, a CRM provider with a product integrated with various trading platforms, payment service providers, KYC tools, and business intelligence tools in the FX market.

This partnership aims to provide multi-asset brokers with a suite of solutions to improve operational efficiency, strengthen client relationships, and drive business growth. The integration of Centroid Solutions’ technology with Skale’s CRM and client portal offers brokers advanced tools to gain a competitive edge in the market.

Centroid Solutions provides a wide array of services to brokerage firms. The company also delivers tailored solutions to foreign exchange and CFDs brokers seeking improved risk visibility, including a proprietary bridge solution for connectivity. Its Centroid 24 risk management suite collects data and produces conclusions that help brokers understand their profitability on both A-book and B-book models of operation.

“We are excited to partner with Skale to redefine multi-asset broker solutions. Skale, like us, is an award-winning and fast-growing technology provider, and we share the same belief in constantly providing our clients with innovative solutions that enhance their brokerage operations,” said Cristian Vlasceanu, CEO of Centroid Solutions.

“Furthermore, both Centroid’s bridging solutions and Skale’s CRM and client portal support multiple trading platforms, making it convenient for our mutual clients to build their business using our feature-packed solutions. We strongly believe this partnership will help brokers build and strengthen their multi-asset brokerages.”

Skale’s enterprise-grade CRM and client portal cater to brokers of all sizes, from startups to large institutional, regulated multinational brokers. The platform connects to multiple trading platforms and integrates with over 100 third-party FX applications. It improves operational efficiency by managing workflows for sales, retention, and marketing teams, streamlining onboarding and KYC processes, and enabling brokers to manage affiliate businesses and IBs with their own dashboards.

David Nussbaum, Founder & CEO, Skale added, “We are thrilled that brokers using Centroid Solutions’ technology now have seamless access to Skale’s fully customizable back office, CRM, multi-layered IB portal and traders’ area. This partnership not only helps both Centroid and Skale with our respective global expansion plans but also provides brokers worldwide with a complete, robust technology solution, ideal for operating in an ever-evolving and highly competitive market.”

With its integrated approach to the market, Centroid Solutions is venturing deeper into what is a competitive space in the retail brokerage industry. In 2019, the company expanded its operations to Cyprus, which marked the fourth major geography since the firm established its presence in Dubai, Zurich and Australia.

Centroid Solutions leverages cutting-edge technology, including advanced algorithms and artificial intelligence, to optimize connectivity and enhance overall performance. The company’s tech-driven solutions ensure that brokers can execute trades swiftly, manage risk effectively, and deliver exceptional service to their clients.

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