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Orange Business Services - Trading Solutions Secures New Open Trade Client in China

December 03, 2012

Orange (News - Alert) Business Services - Trading Solutions, a global IT and communications services provider, has announced that the company has secured a new Open Trade client in China. Open Trade is a multimedia communications hub combining voice, video, e-mail, instant messaging and Web-based applications, and is developed as a personal trading assistant. Enabling customers to access business and lifestyle applications on Open Trade, Open Trade Store is the application portal model for the trading desktop.


The National Association of Financial Market Institution Investors (NAFMII), a self-regulatory organization, has deployed the smart turret on its Beijing trading floor.

These apps enhance trading activities and are improved for the Open Trade interface. At the same time, they enhance the information and functionality already delivered by Trading Solutions and make businesses more productive.

While still being able to use the phone for trading purposes, users can switch from one app to another. The features provided include the ability to convert equity prices into another currency, check financial information in real-time, watch live TV and trade all at the same time.

“This deployment provides us with significant new opportunity to penetrate the Chinese market. As more companies in Asia are demanding advanced, innovative technology for their trading needs, we are well placed to deliver on these requirements,” said Lionel Grosclaude, CEO of Trading Solutions. “We look forward to supporting NAFMII and potentially their members in the future.”

Recently, the company introduced Libon, a free iOS communication app available in 90 countries. Libon allows customers to make free High Definition voice calls, send text messages and create personalized voicemails. All this can be done one simple-to-use app. Libon will be available on Android (News - Alert) in early Q1. For Libon users, wherever they are, in the same country or on the other side of the world, free HD calls Libon users will enjoy completely free high quality voice calls.

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Edited by Rachel Ramsey

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