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Pricing Guidance - Website development

published : 05-10-2018

TThe below article is for cost estimate purposes to ease your internal budgeting exercise prior to proceeding with the website development project. One of Nuara Group’s services is web site development hence we have collated the below pricing guidelines for your reference.


Nuara Group offers both off-the-shelf layout templates and custom developed website – all with original art works. For custom developed website, you get to choose the theme, layout, color scheme and font style.Photos used in the website may come from your own gallery or should you wish for it, Nuara Group can also provide professional photography service to take photos of your products or office building. Alternatively, stock photos may also be used should that is preferable.

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Nuara Group offers three packages with flexibility for additional services. The below prices are estimates and meant for guidance purposes only.


Startup Corporate Advanced Corporate
5 website pages 10 website pages 25 website pages
Template + 1 revision Template/Custom web design + 2 revisions Template/Custom web design + 3 revisions
Desktop, mobile and tablet friendly Desktop, mobile and tablet friendly Desktop, mobile and tablet friendly
1 contact form 1 contact form 1 custom contact form
Product catalogue Photo gallery / product catalogue Photo gallery / product catalogue
Stock photos Stock photos Stock photos
Generic icons Generic icons Generic icons
Social Media links Social Media links Social Media integration
- 1 promotional banner / advertisement per year 2 promotional banner / advertisement per year
Map Map Google Map
SEO friendly SEO friendly SEO friendly
Basic SEO Basic SEO SEO optimization for 25 pages
- - Google analytics setup
Price starts at B$ 2,000.00 Price starts at B$ 4,000.00 Price starts at B$ 6,000.00

ERP stands for Enterprise resource planning and can be summarized as software that allows an organization to manage their business processes more efficiently by automating tasks, streamlining processes and by providing employees and management with an all-encompassing vantage point of business operations. Usually within an ERP system one has access to various modules that are required to manage all business operations such as accounting, supply chain management, inventory management, human resource management, customer relationship management.


An ERP system should be three things: flexible, integrated and synchronized.


  1. Flexible: meaning that the ERP software should accommodate all business needs and requirements, it should allow for changes that occur over time and support all business functions.

  2. Integrated: meaning that all modules and functionalities share the same database. This enables all employees across the organization to access information relevant to their individual department, but if needed also be able to access cross-departmental data.

  3. Synchronized: refers to all processes within a company that need to be synchronized and accessed in real time. Being able to do so, allows employees and managers to access business analytics and reports in matter of seconds. Furthermore, an ERP system should have a dashboard to allow employees, key stakeholders and decision makers to quickly capture key business metrics.

An ERP system should generally reduce the workload for your employees by automatic certain processes, however keep in mind that initially, it may require some processes to be changed to suit the new software process flow. Furthermore, a good ERP system that suits your company’s business operations should decrease intra-departmental barriers and improve communication as well as access to and availability of key information. More specifically, the reporting tool of the ERP system should give your company’s managers and stakeholders an overall and real-time view of key metrics which allows for more proactive actions and agile decisions. This access in turn leads to an increase in business controls and decreased operational risks. Given that all the above are met, an ERP system can dramatically increase your company’s efficiency while streamlining process flows, lowering operational costs and increasing overall profitability.

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