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Firms’ partnership takes to the road


Two Bolton businesses have created a long-term partnership which has just resulted in an eye-catching new image for one company’s vehicles.

The move is the latest in a fruitful collaboration between Digicomm 360 and SignTech, which began a couple of years ago when SignTech’s Director Robert Rogerson approached local technology supplier Digicomm 360 for a new hosted telephone system.

As a result, Digicomm now looks after SignTech’s telephony and IT systems, providing them with Office 365, high-speed internet and ongoing support through one monthly fixed cost.

So, when it came to providing Digicomm with branded signs and banners to display in the USN Bolton Arena following the company’s appointment as an ongoing corporate sponsor at the Horwich venue, Digicomm Managing Director Mark Pollitt turned to SignTech.

He was so pleased with the results that when the two Digicomm company vehicles needed new livery recently, he again asked SignTech for their expert help, and the result of this latest co-operation is vibrant new vehicle livery design.

“I am delighted with the look of the new vans,” stated Mark Pollitt.

“We wanted to create an exciting and striking new image for the vehicles as part of our ongoing commitment to our branding. We chose to work with SignTech due to their outstanding work and to also develop our relationship with them as a fellow local business.”

Robert Rogerson, added: “Digicomm have provided us with a robust high-speed internet, a hosted telephone system and IT equipment which has resulted in a huge improvement in our business efficiencies, especially around file transfer. We have also been impressed with the telecoms and IT fixed cost support package provided, with any issues being dealt with straight away.

“We were delighted to be given the opportunity to work with Digicomm on their vehicle liveries and create these truly unique designs.”

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Philip Ghayour
Events, PR, and Marketing Manager at The Samuel James Group, Philip has a degree in Journalism from the University of Salford and holds an MSc in Marketing from Lancaster University, Philip has also worked at BBC Radio Lancashire, Clitheroe Football Club and Accrington Stanley Football Club.