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Vox targets SME market with Sitebuilder

Vox Telecom has launched Sitebuilder, a website development solution that enables end users and small businesses to create and maintain professional and fully responsive websites, with ease. By Staff Writer

Small medium enterprises (SMEs) are an increasingly important, but underserviced market when it comes to digital communications tools, and in particular, website development.  Sitebuilder provides small business owners with the ability to manage, build and add features to their website, without having to depend on an external party.

“Sitebuilder is the first of many new developments in our easy-to-use digital management solutions and provides users with an extraordinary degree of customisation, delivering maximum reliability, and minimising startup costs.  We’ve worked hard to make it easy for our customers to build their own websites,” says Riaan Gouws, web hosting and backup product manager at Vox Telecom.

Sitebuilder includes having advanced features on the site, and no requirement to constantly update the content management system (CMS), with monthly vulnerability and/ or monthly patches like on other platforms.

“Research tells us that experienced web development agencies in Gauteng easily charge R10 000 and upwards, to build a basic website, paired with additional monthly retainer fees for maintenance, leaving many small business owners, unable to enter the digital space,” adds Gouws.

Sitebuilder is a month-to-month service that includes web hosting, and is available in three packages (Sitebuilder Starter, Booster and Turbo), to ensure that there is a best fit solution for SMEs, not only in terms of number of pages, but also budgets.

Despite the ease of use, and pre-built templates for a DIY approach, a Do-it-for-me (DIFM) service is available across each of the three Sitebuilder packages, whereby Vox Telecom’s team of expert web developers, can build the website for you.

Do-it-for-me plans start at R4 900 once off or R307 per month for a turnkey website built based on content supplied to the team of expert web developers at Vox Telecom.


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