Wisteria Company Formations Launches with the Help of Cyber-Duck
Making the Process of Setting up a new Company Much Easier, Quicker and Cost Effective
Wisteria Formations enables uses to incorporate their new company seamlessly, with a user-friendly and intuitive interface being the key focus of Cyber-Duck's development work. Featuring an animated talking giraffe that acts as your personal advisor, Wisteria Formations walks users through the process of setting up a company in 10 easy steps. Automatically connecting to the Companies House database, Wisteria Formations checks in real time that the company name is available before asking the user to complete all remaining information.
For a mere £24.99 the online service is available from www.wisteriaformations.co.uk and includes setting up a limited company, creating electronic memorandum and articles of association, a company register, setup of a bank account, when required, and even a free consultation with a tax advisor or chartered accountant.
This new service will be offered by Wisteria to existing clients and to new clients at company incorporation stage; enabling them to reap the cost savings of not having to instruct a third party or ask accountants to do the job manually at a much higher cost per hour. As such it is an ideal example of how the web can be utilised during the recession to enhance customer services while offering valuable cost savings.
Andrew Millet, Senior Partner of Wisteria commented, "We have a long standing relationship with Cyber-Duck, and have always been impressed by their unparalleled responsiveness and their ability to transform extremely creative ideas into practical applications that achieve real business results. Cyber-Duck was the natural selection for us in creating Wisteria Formations, and transforming the potentially time consuming, confusing and costly experience of setting up a new company into a user-friendly, simple and even fun process."
Danny Bluestone, MD of Cyber-Duck added, "Simplicity is central to Wisteria Formations. Although complex design and development work went into creating the usability framework, from the user's perspective it's a seamless experience that takes the complexity out of setting up a new company". He further added "working with a forward thinking and dynamic company like Wisteria on this project has been a pleasure; enabling us to combine the efficiencies of the web with fresh creativity to drastically simplify the process of setting up a new company."
Wisteria is a practise of chartered accountants, tax and business advisors. The practice was originally established with a focus on helping early stage businesses progress. Today the company acts for hundreds of clients from all sectors, offering a variety of services including company setup, accounts preparation, tax planning, self assessment, business planning and more.
Cyber-Duck is an award-winning interactive media agency. The company was established in 2001, to fill a gap in the digital agency market, bridging the divide between 'geeky' driven web development, usability specialists and agencies offering results based marketing and artistic creativity. By offering all four disciplines under one roof the company has set itself apart from traditional agencies, with innovative user centered creative solutions utilising the latest technological advances.
Cyber-Duck's ethos is that every interaction should have a meaningful purpose, enticing users to act: buying a product, signing up to a newsletter or distributing a video to their contacts. This delivers tangible results for clients, placing them one step ahead of their competition.
Combined, Cyber-Duck's ethos and breadth of expertise has resulted in the company being repeatedly recognised as a leader in the digital industry field, winning some of the industry's most prestigious awards. Last year alone Cyber-Duck won awards at the Horizon Interactive Awards, the Communicator Awards, the W3 Awards, the Europrix Top Talent Awards and the Construction Marketing Awards.
The company's clients span a wide range of sectors, including household names such as Mastercard and Intel as well as celebrities like Anton Kreil, star of the BBC's programme 'Million Dollar Trader' and Gilev Showband where Alexandra Burke was employed before winning the X-Factor in 2008.
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