Bradford Bulls have launched a brand-new partnership with Yorkshire-based business telecommunications specialists NGC Networks.
The agreement will see NGC Networks install a state-of-the-art telephone system at Bulls HQ and within the club’s conference and banqueting facilities
In addition, the telecoms company has designed new tariffs for lines and calls, designed to save the club in excess of £5,000 per year.
Having already provided support towards the club’s internal communications – and assisted in the installation of Wi-Fi points at the Provident Stadium – NGC offers the Bulls ongoing maintenance support.
Nikki Guest, NGC’s network services director and a life-long supporter of the Bulls, said:
“We are absolutely delighted to be working in partnership with the Bulls.
“We have an opportunity to make a big difference to how the Bulls operate, both internally and externally, and it is all very exciting.”
Bradford Bulls chief executive Robbie Hunter-Paul said:
“To have the partnership with NGC Networks in place is fantastic for our future.
“Working with such a great company, which has incredible expertise in the area of communications, will provide a major boost for the club.
“The work NGC has done and is continuing to do is proving hugely beneficial for everyone involved in the club.”
NGC Networks is now planning to perform a full audit of all of the club’s phone lines, while making recommendations for the streamlining of the telephony in order to save a further £1,200 per year.