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GL Trade launches Open GL Win Partner Programme

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GL TRADE, provider of global electronic trading solutions, has launched the " OPEN GLWIN PARTNER " program with added functionalities for its " GL WIN " trading station. " OPEN GLWIN PARTNER " is designed for innovative technological companies.

Business partners will be able to completely integrate their applications with the GL WIN station and take advantage of the GL TRADE sales and marketing network to bolster their sales.

With this program, GL TRADE offers a solution for integrating external applications and added GL WIN functionalities with the APIs (Application Programming Interface) " OPEN GL WIN ". APIs were specially designed for direct local connection to the screen itself. For the client, this means the addition of new windows and new functionalities without massive deployment of a technical architecture.
Additional training services and documentation are also available for this program.

"We have adapted the open technology of our servers directly to our trading stations", explains Cyril Barthélemy, Director of GL TRADE's APIs Business Line.

"In our environment, we place a premium on keeping our systems on the leading edge of technology. The GL TRADE strategy is to continually enhance our new and improved functional solutions to guarantee a competitive edge and better cost control for our clients", explains Charles Henry Choël, Director of GL TRADE External Growth and Partnerships.

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