Fullerton Markets today announced the launch of its refreshed homepage which now boasts improved flexibility and mobility.
Built around customer feedback, the new site includes a contemporary design and easy one-click features that allow for easier navigation.
The revamped homepage showcases the cutting-edge technology that the company deploys in its multifaceted services. Fullerton Markets takes pride in providing an IT infrastructure that delivers on safety and efficiency. The new homepage, localised into six languages (English, Malay, Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese and Chinese), will serve users in different markets.
Said CEO of Fullerton Markets, Mario Singh, “We’re excited about the new look! After collecting feedback from our users, we realised that we needed to make our wide range of services and robust library of resources even more accessible. The key objective was to enhance the trading and learning experience on our site. With our homepage’s simpler and sleeker design, users can easily access our services, benefits and resources on the go.”
The website is the first of many upcoming initiatives by Fullerton Markets. Dubbed as Asia's fastest-growing brokerage firm, the company plans to relaunch its world-class marketing tool, PipBox, at the end of January. The platform comes with unique features which users can tap on, including effective marketing funnels, engaging, shareable multimedia content, and easy access to a global sales team, to help them grow their online business. Leveraging such resources will help partners build their brand presence on social media, effectively capture leads and generate a steady stream of passive income online.
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