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New R&D Center for Leverate in Kiev

Broker solutions software provider Leverate continues expanding and opens a second R&D office, this time in Kiev, Ukraine. The center joins their existing location in Tel Aviv, Israel and is intended to enhance the development of new products.

Leverate recently stepped into the big Japanese forex market.  For more information, here is the official press release:

August 6, 2013 – Leverate today announced that its new research and development center will be located in Kiev, Ukraine and is slated to open in two weeks. This move makes the Ukrainian center the second Leverate R&D facility and fifth location worldwide.

The R&D center will commence with one team of experts dedicated to mobile development of Forex solutions, with more diversified teams being added thereafter. Yossi Roash, who comes with a rich and robust background in technology development and has been involved with Leverate’s products since the company’s early stages, will head the center.

“We are very excited to open our new R&D center in the Ukraine,” says Leverate R&D Site Manager Yossi Roash. “We chose Ukraine for its highly skilled talents – which will allow us to grow our R&D force faster, side by side with our existing and growing R&D center in Tel Aviv. This will allow us faster delivery of new cutting-edge products and solutions and keep the company at the forefront of the retail Forex tech industry.

The new center is part of a larger strategy to improve pipeline productivity of Leverate’s award-winning products and confirm the company’s place as industry leader in the retail Forex technology arena.

Earlier this year, Leverate opened offices in Hong Kong and Japan, with existing offices in Limassol, Cyprus and Tel Aviv, Israel.

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