Orisel invests £15k in creation of new system to build low-budget starter websites for businesses

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Local digital company, Orisel, has invested £15,000 in the creation of a new product for the company.

Litesite was born out of a need for low-budget websites that still get results.

It works as an automated system that ‘hand-holds’ business owners through the process of creating a high-performance, low-cost starter website.

The creation of Litesite means Orisel will be able to help more businesses get started on their digital journey.

Adam Shepherd, Account Manager at Orisel told CityX: “Orisel is built around delivering high performance websites that help businesses achieve their growth goals, but often we had to turn companies down due to funding issues.

“Building a successful website relies on a lot of strategy and collaboration, which takes time and costs money.

“To combat this, we developed a largely automated system that really hand-holds business owners through the process.

“This allows us to save costs, while business owners still get gorgeous sites that help them grow.

“The added bonus is that it also gives them the technical infrastructure to expand into the future without needing to overhaul their entire system.

“In the marketing world you want to back businesses with promise, but you can’t always do so profitably. Most low end sites give people an online presence but do little for helping the business achieve their actual goals.

“Now, we have a viable avenue to support those businesses from an early stage, while still being able to put food on the table.

“We’re invested in helping our clients grow and this arm to our business allows us to help more businesses than ever.”

While the project is fully functional, Orisel is now looking to test out the service by running a competition.

The company will be building five sites for free before the product is officially launched, so if you’re interested in winning a free website, you can enter here.

The competition for a free Litesite build dates from October 1 until November 1. Winners will be announced on November 5.