Northampton Saints has today announced a new partnership with dbfb that will enable the club to improve its IT provision and connectivity over the next four years.
The deal will see dbfb become the club’s official connectivity and communications partner until 2020, with the company’s logo appearing on the Saints first team’s shorts as well as a range of other areas that will increase brand awareness among the club’s supporters and corporate clients.
Based in Northampton, dbfb has two decades’ experience in providing complete packages to help businesses work more effectively and efficiently by connecting them to the latest mobile, landline, cloud and ultra-fast connectivity solutions.
dbfb is also at the heart of an exciting new project, Gigabit City, which will transform Northampton’s internet connectivity by providing ultra-fast and reliable communications for the town’s business and service communities.
And it is this type of initiative that Saints chief executive Allan Robson says helped him decide to agree to the new partnership.
“Having fast and reliable internet access and connectivity is vital for a company like Northampton Saints,” he said. “This is true for any company, but especially in professional sport, where we need consistent access to the web for areas as diverse as downloading videos for match analysis, communicating to our supporters and selling tickets and merchandise.
“As a local company dbfb is well aware of our needs and ambitions, and the four-year nature of this partnership means that we can grow and develop together, as well as establishing a strong relationship.”
“We were delighted to partner with the Saints,” said Brian Kingston, chairman at dbfb. “As a Northampton company we know how much the club means to the people of the town and our business community, so we are looking forward to helping the Saints achieve their ambitions for future development and growth.”
To find out more about how dbfb can help your business through the installation of the latest connectivity solutions and support, head to www.dbfb.co.uk