Business growth spurt with QSRs prompts rebrand for tech solutions company

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A Stoke-on-Trent-based tech-solutions company that supports quick service restaurants (QSR) has announced a rebranding scheme off the back of rapid expansion.

Fifteen Digital, which has forged business relationships with QSR chains such as KFC, Taco Bell, Costa Coffee and Dunkin’ Donuts, has renamed itself as the Fifteen Group in a bid to expand the company.

The company, which creates end-to-end tech-solutions for businesses, works to provide complete planning and installation of in-store IT systems and digital signage as well as telephone solutions and help desk support.

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“Technology has moved on rapidly since Fifteen Digital was founded 12 years ago and our business has changed markedly,” said director, Rob Adams. “We wanted to refresh and evolve our name and branding to match our success as a provider of end to end solutions on a national scale.

“Our recent success with QSR companies is mirrored across business sectors such as education and healthcare, resulting in Fifteen Group winning national awards with Lloyds Bank, driving business growth, with 10 new jobs created in recent months.

“Fifteen Group provides complete tailored solutions for business. We work with companies to assess their needs and use technology to build robust solutions which can transform business efficiency and increase productivity.”

The company was originally formed in February 2006 as Fifteen Digital and in 2014 acquired a local telecoms provider and started to provide business to business telecommunications solutions.

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