ChartIQ, a major player in HTML5 stock and forex charts, and m-FINANCE, a forex and bullion trading platforms provider in Greater China, have partnered to bring HTML5 stock and forex charting to Chinese-language markets.
Officials with ChartIQ said that as part of the pact, m-FINANCE will combine its local market expertise with ChartIQ’s charting technology to bring advanced Web application and mobile trading platforms to China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan.
“Chinese-speaking countries are the next wave of retail trading and m-FINANCE is the perfect partner to bring our technology to this market,” said Dan Schleifer, co-founder and president of ChartIQ, in a statement.
Schleifer said m-FINANCE’s deep understanding of the Chinese-speaking markets, localization requirements, long-term relationship with large number of brokerage clients and ability to deliver an integrated product to brokerages is unmatched.
Thanks to the partnership, m-FINANCE will now be able to deliver advanced Web application and mobile trading platforms featuring ChartIQ charting technology.
“Our customers deserve the highest quality brokerage solutions and our partnership with ChartIQ continues that history of excellence into the HTML5 era,” said Sochi So, founder and CEO of m-FINANCE.
So said that ChartIQ HTML5 charting system using the latest Web technology is a perfect complement to the company’s advanced trading technology and local market strength.
Company officials pointed out that Chinese-language trading applications on Web and mobile platforms, featuring ChartIQ technology, are available immediately through m-FINANCE.
Earlier in February, ChartIQ launched ChartIQ Plus for Windows 8. ChartIQ Plus is the first and only touch-optimized stock charting tool for Microsoft (News - Alert) Surface RT, Surface Pro, and all touch-enabled Windows 8 computers.
When used on a desktop or laptop running Windows 8, ChartIQ Plus is a full-featured stock and forex charting application, with keystroke and mouse commands. When operated from a touch screen -- a tablet, ultrabook, or all-in-one touch PC -- ChartIQ provides touch gesture access to all of the same features.
Edited by Rachel Ramsey