A Kendal web development company has launched a pioneering system of flexible payments to help businesses which need a new website.
The finance calculator set up by SYPO allows clients to choose what they need, what it will cost, and how they are going to pay.
In a simple, step-by-step format, customers are asked if they need a new logo, if they want a standard website or an online shop, how many pages they need, and if they would like to spread the cost over a number of months. The online calculator then provides an immediate price estimate.
“We've all been on the receiving end of that sharp intake of breath from a plumber or electrician when we ask how much it's going to cost to get the job done,” says SYPO managing director Alan Jewitt.
“Many website developers do the same, often scratching their chin and looking skyward to pluck a number from the air. They then go on to explain that there are lot of important factors to consider, all of which will have an impact on the end price.
“At SYPO, we like to keep things simple and clear. With the new Finance Calculator, you can work out a realistic budget and flexible payment schedule for your next website. Whether you just need a standard site or an online shop, our calculator will give you an accurate steer on what it is likely to cost.”
SYPO are experts in web development and e-commerce, with a number of high-profile clients nationwide as well as a reputation for helping small and fledgling businesses.
The new service includes logo design (where applicable), bespoke website design and build, website testing and initial search engine optimisation. There’s also monthly support and analytics for the length of the agreement or for the first 12 months if paid up front, and site hosting for the duration of agreement or first 12 months if paid up front.
SYPO will provide training on the website management system to enable you to make regular changes and updates, and IMAP email hosting.
The calculator can be accessed at http://www.sypo.uk/price-my-website/
"We've all been on the receiving end of that sharp intake of breath from a plumber or electrician when we ask how much it's going to cost to get the job done"
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