FatSpanner competed against several other suppliers for the contract, which will see the company assume responsibility for around 600 SWP terminals across the S&NPC estate. Part of the strategy moving forward will involve using the terminals to promote the beer and cider brands of S&NPC’s parent company, Heineken.
“FatSpanner immediately understood what our vision was, and what was needed to achieve this,” said Sarah Barron, machine manager at S&NPC.
“They showed a real grasp of the culture of Heineken, and the passion S&N Pub Company has for maximising the income of its lessees and driving change.
“The professional enthusiasm throughout their team resulted in the award of the two-year content management contract.”