OANDA recently announced a partnership with CONVRS to revolutionize the account opening process. Known for its multi-asset trading services and currency analytics, OANDA’s association with the customer engagement giant is noteworthy.
The ventures have joined hands to formulate a better client engagement and account opening process. The collaboration will see the tycoons allowing prospective traders to open a demo account from different messaging apps.
As no other firm is even close to offering such simplified solutions, the announcement is piquing the interest of several top forex brokers. Moreover, with the new integration, OANDA will also converse with clients and prospects via WhatsApp, Telegram, SMS, Facebook Messenger, and LINE in 50+ languages.
Kurt vom Scheit, OANDA’s CEO, released a statement about the recent collaboration. Kurt stated that instant messaging apps are a big part of modern society and lifestyle. That is why OANDA intends to elevate its onboarding protocols to achieve it.
It will extend the venture’s communication channels onto multiple globally-used platforms. Adding these popular mobile messaging and social media apps will take OANDA’s client management approach on par with any other industry leader.
Kurt continued, stating that merging deep-rooted expertise in the trading sector with a prestige plug-and-play solution, CONVRS was an obvious choice. The OANDA team is delighted to increase its engagement by using methods and tools of their choice instead of some forced ones. The venture looks forward to introducing the new capabilities across the globe in the next few months.
Enis Mehmet, CONVRS’s Co-Founder, also talked about the development. Enis said that as a FinTech enterprise at its core, OANDA is renowned for its state-of-the-art technology to meet clients’ ever-changing demands. With an over 85% open rate for messaging platforms, OANDA is now reaching the clients on their home soil.
Helping the venture achieve such a feat is fantastic, and the entire CONVRS looks forward to working with them.