PFSOFT Releases a Fully Native Multi-Asset Trading Terminal for Mac (OS X)

Gdansk, Poland - 15 February 2017

PFSOFT, the global fintech developer of multi-asset brokerage and trading solutions, announces new major product release of a native Mac trading terminal for OS X. The new front end platform will be included in Protrader solutions package as corresponding to Windows desktop terminal.

Protrader for Mac contains all the functionality needed for trading many asset classes including FX, CFDs, Futures, Equities, Spread Betting, ETFs and Bonds. Therefore, the platform contains tools such as:

  • Market depth

  • Time&Sales

  • Chart (7 styles)

  • Watchlist

  • Trading from the Chart (Visual Trading)

  • Quick Positions and Orders management

Eventually, it will contain the same functionality as Protrader Windows desktop terminal including even such sophisticated tools as MAM, Fund management and Option Master.

Roman Nalivayko, Global Head of Business Development: “Our research shows that number of traders who use Mac is constantly growing but still, they were limited to use only compromise solutions like web and java applications or virtualization. So, with the new native application for Mac traders will not be limited anymore. At the same time, brokers that start offering it definitely will stand out of the crowd because nobody offers solution like this.”

This approach is a direct result of the company’s philosophy and continuation of its policy, to provide most powerful and cost effective multi-asset platform.

Protrader Mac trading terminal will now be available to PFSOFT’s partners for open beta tests with plan to be released in production version in 2nd quarter of 2017.

PFSOFT is the global fintech developer of sophisticated online trading solutions since 2003.

The company hires more than 100 people, mostly in R&D and QA, and maintains regional representatives in Europe, China, India and Brazil.

The main goal of PFSOFT since the very beginning is to make financial trading more efficient by combining different markets, different asset classes and various market participants in a single environment.