CALAS is rolling out its new-style website for leasing brokers that will be fully responsive for the first time.

Designed to render correctly on mobile, tablet as well as pc screens, the roll out is a significant step forward to meet the demands of ‘on-the-move-browsers’, as well as to conform to latest Google best practice guidelines.

Calas says its new broker website comes with CMS and full client management system that allows the sending of quotes and creation of orders with integrated eSignature. Brokers can also choose from a variety of additional services should they wish.

Automated feeds to advertising portals such as, Cars2buy, Moneyshake, and LeaseLoCo are also included in the new responsive website broker package.

Also included in the Calas package is full website hosting, bespoke branding, traffic reporting via Google Analytics, online finance application forms plus a fully maintained vehicle image library.

The website package costs £329 + VAT per month with optional features available at additional cost.

Mike Eve, managing director of Automotive Media Systems – the owners of Calas – said:

“We offer a complete broker package which includes a totally responsive broker website with CMS and full client management system, together with a host of other services developed for the new responsive website.

“Brokers can upload an unlimited amount of adverts, but in addition the websites can also come fully loaded with adverts from over 50 main dealers.”

Eve said that Calas had been trading for 14 years and remained the only dedicated sector provider, adding:

“Our goal when starting the company was to provide affordable off the shelf solutions and we have maintained that ethos. Unlike other providers we don’t offer a ‘from’ price based on the number of units written or the number of users you may have utilising the system. Ours is a simple-to-budget fixed price of £329 + VAT per month for our core product. 

“We can provide further services, such as eSignature, SMS messaging and so on, but like the core website they come with an affordable additional charge.”

Eve added that an example of the new-style responsive Calas website can be viewed at:

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