Pepperstone Case Study
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Pepperstone is Australia's fastest growing online Forex and CFD broker. They provide forex trading on 72 currency pairs, metals, as well as commodities. While the company is headquartered in Melbourne, Australia they also maintain offices in Dallas, Shanghai, Bangkok, and London. Pepperstone holds an Australian Financial Services License issued and regulated by the Australian Securities and Investment Commission (ASIC).
Pepperstone was looking for a simple turn key solution to provide their clients with a reliable high performance VPS service that featured low latency to their trading servers. Due to the fact their clients would be using the VPS service to trade money with, it was paramount that the VPS service be stable and reliable.
Pepperstone was also looking for an easy to understand billing agreement. They wanted to pay one invoice per month for all of their client's services.
How We Helped
To meet Pepperstone's requirements NewYorkCityServers provided a fully managed low latency VPS hosting service to Pepperstone's client's. Pepperstone's clients are able to run their trading applications in a high performance VPS environment with just 2ms of latency to trading servers. In addition clients are able to leverage NYCServers support team around the clock to answer any questions they may have.
NYCServers also provided Pepperstone with an easy billing agreement that features one invoice per month for all services.
A Word From Pepperstone
"We have been really impressed with the prompt and reliable service that the NewYorkCityServers team provide. I can always count on NYCServers to help make the process as smooth as possible when delivering the service to our clients, and the ongoing support for the end users is top quality." - Chris Hewitt, Senior Operations Officer
A Word From NYCServers
"Working with Pepperstone for the last two years has been a great experience, and we are really honored to work with such a top quality company. We look forward to working with Pepperstone and their clients for many years to come." - Nick Esposito, NYCServers Founder