PLUGIT Handed Best All-In-One Brokerage Solution Award at the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022

FinanceFeeds Editorial Team

PLUGIT, a leading software provider to the global FX industry, came out tops at the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022, swooping the Best All-In-One Brokerage Solution award for the second year running.

PLUGIT, a leading software provider to the global FX industry, came out tops at the Ultimate Fintech Awards 2022, swooping the Best All-In-One Brokerage Solution award for the second year running. The announcement was made at the bustling iFX EXPO International in Limassol, Cyprus, highlighting PLUGIT’s impressive achievement to hundreds of exhibitors, attendees and event sponsors. The award comes as PLUGIT celebrates its 10 year anniversary.

Pioneers of Technology Innovation

Working hard to stand out in an undoubtedly competitive sector, PLUGIT has always focused on providing innovative technology solutions for professional money management. As an industry pioneer, the brand offers a variety of tailored services for MT4 and MT5 brokerages, providing innovative solutions to help fulfil their operational needs while minimizing risk and maximizing profit. 

Offering a multi-faceted approach and expanding its portfolio to match the needs of the ever-changing forex industry, PLUGIT continues to excel in this sector. Their latest award from EXPO organisers, Ultimate Fintech, emphasizes the company’s success as well as their ability to make trading solutions as comprehensible and accessible as possible. Today, PLUGIT software solutions are used and trusted by industry heavyweights such as Axi, Avatrade, Oanda, Equiti, HYCM, XM, ADSS and a long list of other brokers.

Speaking of receiving the Best All-In-One Brokerage Solution award, Founder and CEO, Jalal Faour said: “We’re thrilled to have topped the fintech solutions category for the second year running. When I first started PLUGIT in 2012, I wanted to establish a fintech company known first and foremost for its innovation and transparency. Ten years later, I am beyond proud of the reputation we have built and our clients’ loyalty throughout the years.” 

Best Fintech and Solutions Award

As well as being acknowledged at the iFX EXPO this summer, the PLUGIT team also won the “Best Fintech and Solutions” category at the Global Forex Awards for the second year in a row. This recognition was a big win for PLUGIT as the awards are decided by a public vote, making Global Forex one of the most transparent awards in the industry. Indeed, over 9,500 people participated in this year’s voting, a testament to the industry’s high regard for these awards. 

Continued Development and New Products 

As PLUGIT celebrates its 10 year anniversary, they show no signs of slowing down. Their latest development and current flagship product YOONIT is yet another example of intelligent innovations designed to improve the overall trading experience. YOONIT is a modular management and trading support system that can be tailored to each brokers’ unique needs to help them reduce risk, increase efficiency and profitability. The current version of YOONIT offers a five-core toolkit, fully compatible with MT4 plugins and MT5 plugins and can be seamlessly integrated with other 3rd party applications. The system is designed to maximize flexibility, emphasizing scalability, customization and ease of use, with full automation, real-time synchronization and a multilingual dashboard for a global client base. All this shows how PLUGIT continues to make waves in a challenging industry.

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