SmartTrader announced today that Ryan Ruscett has joined the company as Chief Technology Officer (CTO). As CTO, Ruscett will lead efforts to strengthen SmartTrader’s technology focus and accelerate the cloud-enabled SaaS charting platform and trading solutions. Ruscett has extensive experience in cloud-based technology solutions and will leverage that expertise to deliver customer value through site reliability and industry-leading functionality.
“We are excited to announce this significant addition to our leadership team.” said Isaac Martinez, SmartTrader’s CEO and founder. “With his proven track record and unprecedented technical acumen, Ryan will drive our ongoing commitment to delivering customer value through the best possible user experience, technical analysis offerings, and significantly enhancing our robust interface throughout the application.”
Mr. Ruscett comes to SmartTrader with a high degree of technical acuity and management experience including more than thirteen years of developing disruptive technologies, transforming startups, and leading large scale change across organizations like OneClickPolitics, IBM and Amazon.
Ruscett notes, “We seek to provide our users with a seamless user experience while innovating to shape the way the next generation of traders trade. In fact, I like to think of my role as a Chief Transformation Officer. We all use technology, it’s how we adopt that technology and use it to influence the cog that is business.”
He continues, “Trading requires more detailed market insights as our clients seek to determine market trends and opportunities. We at SmartTrader are dedicated to providing next level tools, indicators and strategies to help our family of traders succeed.
SmartTrader provides charting capabilities for Forex (foreign currency exchange), stock, and cryptocurrency traders. Foreign exchange involves converting one currency into another currency, a process that involves more than $6.6 trillion in daily trading volume, according to the Bank for International Settlements (a global bank for national central banks). These exchanges are necessary to meet demands created by trading, commercial purposes, and tourism.
Ryan completed his comments by adding, “It is noteworthy that we are building this next phase of capabilities based on our ability to leverage the insights we have gained from more than 26 years in the Forex market. We will meet our goal of providing each individual with a new and transformative way to grow and trade in the Forex Markets.”