TradeNet Has a New Vision For APP Store Models For Online Retail Brokers

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TradeNet, the equity trading system provider for emerging markets, is adopting the "Store" model to allow stock brokers to increase customer stickiness and profit. It gives its customers access to unlimited resources, such as tools, research, and functionality.

TradeNet has a new vision for APP store models for online retail brokers to increase customer stickiness and profit

TradeNet has a new vision for APP store models for online retail brokers to increase customer stickiness and profit

TradeNet is a Leading Provider of Equity Trading Systems, having accumulated 14 years of experience across 9 emerging markets.

TradeNet Store allows stock brokers to increase customer stickiness and profit without increasing cost. The TradeNet store opened up the trading platform used by stock brokers to providers of related products and services including rating, margin, market data, reports, and research through a revenue-sharing model with the stock brokers.

"There is no limit to what those wedges offer," said Mohammed Attyia, President of TradeNet. "This model is the same one used by Apple, Amazon and Google to expand their offering without expanding their cost."

(Mohammad Attiya interview with World Finance Video)

As customers log into the trading platform of the stock broker, they are presented with a store that displays the available products and services. When they purchase, the revenue is shared between the provider, the stock broker and TradeNet

TradeNet is a leading provider of equity trading systems to emerging markets. It offers an integrated equity trading platform suitable for large sophisticated transaction volumes by combining front, middle and back office functions including trade execution, operations and settlement.

TradeNet understands the challenges and requirements of trading in emerging equity markets, having accumulated 14 years of experience across 9 emerging markets.

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Eman Taky
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