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Your Next Generation Website has arrived...

There has been much talk about an imminent 'robo-revolution' within financial services and despite much of it being a misnomer, there is no denying that the combination of changing consumer habits and advances in technology creates new opportunities for us all...

  • Today's consumers are increasingly using mobile devices, social media sites and the internet in general to engage, to seek information and to transact
  • Businesses are now taking note of these growing trends and launching new services, new tools and indeed new companies

…add to this advisers desire to bring about further efficiencies in their business and the argument for embracing the digital age is a strong one.

To enable you to capitalise on the opportunities this presents and to reinforce the relationships you have with clients, we have created Next Generation SimplySites...

New technology - New designs - New content - New client interfaces - New income streams

We bring you a solution that allows you to wrap advice around technology to provide your clients with the complete service.

To find out more about NextGen sites, use the menu items at the top of the page. If you require further information or assistance, please email

NextGen Sites for NextGen clients

Most of today's consumers will be online each and every day. Whether it's researching products, switching current service provider or making a purchase, we all take to the internet to carry out day to day financial related activity.

When you see the stats, it's easy to see why NextGen sites is so popular – see for yourself…

Online Consumer Behaviour

Key Facts

More than 8/10 adults in GB,used the internet daily or almost daily. That's 41.8 million people!

In 2016, 3/4 GB adults accessed the internet 'on the go' using a mobile or smartphone


77% of GB adults bought
goods and services online last year. The largest increase was among people aged 55-64 which is also 77%.


6 in 10 adults in GB use internet banking these days via smartphone, pc or tablet


customers switched their energy supplier in 2016. This is 28% higher than in 2015


junior ISA accounts were subscribed to in the fourth full financial year 2015-16


consumers & small businesses have switched their current account since 2013


To read about our NextGen Packages and for more details on what each level offers and the associated monthly cost, simply click below.




Want to be one of the first firms with a NextGen site?

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