Leverate makes significant improvement to LXFeed and LXTools, with per-instrument and bulk editing in mind

FX brokerage technology provider Leverate makes important refinements to its SAAS tools for refined user experience and in order for brokers to tailor their instruments more comprehensively

Leverate, the premium financial tradingsolutions provider, announces the latest developments to their product range of LX Tools and the LXFeed.

Leverate is the world’s leading provider of fast and accurate feed rates, including a variety of instruments from Currencies, Stocks, Commodities, Indices, Futures and more. These advancements will provide enhanced protection and efficiency for brokers whilst also enhancing the ease-of-use for their respective traders.

A number of the developments made to the LX Tools now include the ability to define per security, if the security is tradeable or should just be enabled. If enabled traders will view the symbol in grey, indicating that it is not available to be traded. If it is defined as tradeable, the trader is able to open a position for that symbol. This helps to reduce confusion as traders seek to open new positions.

LXTools has been enhanced with a number of tools for editing per instrument or in bulk. For additional ease-of-use a search box has also been added to each tab, this replaces the old UI, where searches were performed only in relation to the relevant column.

New features associated with the LXFeed include a journal tab which logs all the activity undertaken by admin users, displaying the time, action and IP address of the user for each action.

Further to this an alert system has been installed, whereby Leverate’s support team get notified of issues associated with the feeds, be it symbols not running, no ticks etc. This allows for a much more efficient process in being able to address issues promptly as they arise.

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