Tools for Brokers partners with Match-Trader to offer white label solution alternative to MetaTrader

Rick Steves

Tools For Brokers has acquired a full server license from Match-Trade Technologies.

The Match-Trader WL package includes a Branded Web platform, Branded Desktop platform, Branded Mobile platform, and Client Office with CRM.

Match-Trader is a platform consisting of web, mobile and desktop apps. It works as a stand-alone independent trading system with its own backend infrastructure. Thanks to that brokers can enjoy full control over the system, which can be configured according to their needs.

“Alternative solutions to legacy platforms like MT4/5”

Michał Karczewski, Chief Executive Officer at Match-Trade Technologies, said: “We are currently seeing a lot of interest in alternative solutions to legacy platforms like MT4/5, and Match-Trader is one of them. I believe this partnership with TFB will bring new quality to the market of White Label solutions for brokers. We are proud to have a global technology provider like Tools for Brokers trusting our technology and offering our platform to their clients.”

Match-Trade Technologies offers three different white label packages: the basic, the standard, and the full package. Tools for Brokers chose the latter as they want to make the most out of it at a time of increasing concern over the future of MetaTrader 4 and MetaTrader 5 following their suspension from the Apple Store.

 

Alexey Kutsenko, CEO of Tools for Brokers, added: “We always try to be one step ahead of the market trends and offer the most outstanding solutions to target the specific needs of our clients. Multiplatform support was an upcoming trend for a while now, with many clients looking for additional platforms to gain more flexibility with their offering. The addition of the Match-Trader server to our portfolio will strengthen our ecosystem and help continue bringing excellent service to our clients.”

Tools for Brokers also offers a white label MT4/MT5, a Trade Processor, a PAMM solution, Business Inteligence, and the TFB Toolbox as part of the TFB Ecosystem.

The firm’s liquidity gateway solution includes aggregation pools, FIX API platform, risk management and reporting products, and covers crypto spot and futures besides FX and CFDs.

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