Palo alta Networks, one of the world’s largest and most influential cloud-computing companies, is set to launch its stock trading software.
Palo, which also sells cloud-based storage services, said it plans to offer a stock trading application for its customers in the next few weeks.
Paloa will be one of PaloAlta’s first apps.
The app will allow customers to access their Palo balance, Palo holdings, and Palo trading history, Pala said.
Palo said it launched the Palo app in April 2017 to help customers “keep track of their portfolios and make smart decisions.”
It said it is working with other cloud-focused companies to help build Palo for cloud-hosted platforms.
Paloa, a Spanish company that owns cloud-powered storage and data centers, said in a statement that the app is expected to be available for purchase in the coming weeks.
Palola said its software platform will be available on desktop and mobile platforms as well as in web browsers.
Paloma is an online marketplace where customers can trade Palo shares and other investments.
The company has over 300 million customers worldwide, according to the latest publicly available data.
Palome also operates Palaco and Palaco Exchange, a trading platform that offers investors the ability to manage and trade Palomas portfolio of investments and stocks.