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TrigoldCrystal launches bespoke broker website service

by: Mortgage Solutions
  • 14/10/2010
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TrigoldCrystal has launched a customizable website service for IFAs and Mortgage and Protection specialists.

Clients can choose from a number of templates and tailor the site to fit their brand and services, with sites run by a content management system to keep information up to date.

David Thompson, sales director, said: “As a business, not having a website is no longer really an option and can potentially destroy the credibility of even a small business in the eyes of prospective clients. Yet it can be very difficult for people without a technical background to get started and often when they do, it requires employing a web-designer which can be very expensive.”

Thompson said the service aims to streamline the ordering process with post-sales support from a design team.

“All sites come ready to add our sourcing and web tools to increase functionality and help capture leads online. Because of the way we have used online technology ourselves, we’re able to offer complete websites at an extremely low cost, whilst removing all concerns about maintenance and security.”

Lyn Stather of Equity Release Guidance added: “We reviewed many templates and companies in the market, but ultimately felt that we wanted something bespoke to our needs.”

She added: “Finding someone with experience of financial services and web design was a bonus. From outset to completion, dealing and directly speaking with the design team to get their ideas was invaluable. Helpful throughout every step of the way and would highly recommend.”




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