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    Talysis celebrates 15th anniversary

    Talysis Ltd celebrated its official 15th anniversary in November, as the company continues to expand its offering and help businesses to unlock the power and potential of data.

    Talysis has grown from the often-familiar roots of working around a kitchen table to become the only company that offers full end-to-end solutions for the entire wholesale and convenience retail channel. Focused initially on the Irish market, Talysis has since built an impressive and comparable client base across the UK. The company is also expanding globally, as it develops solutions beyond the convenience sector.

    To mark the anniversary, Talysis has relaunched its website Talysis.com, continues its £15 to £15k charity fundraiser in aid of three local charities and is rewarding its team with a range of activities and celebrations.

    Talysis celebrates 15th anniversary

    The new-look website provides visitors with a more defined user-experience and greater visibility of the raft of solutions offered by Talysis. Customers and potential clients can also browse the new ‘Your Business’ area that demonstrates the full spectrum of opportunity for each customer segment.

    The celebrations took place as Talysis experiences its best-ever trading year, offering its solutions to more clients, as well as organic growth amongst existing customers.

    “A number of our clients and our people have been with us on all or most of this journey and I’d like to particularly pay tribute to their support over the last 15 years,” said Ed Roberts, Founder and Managing Director of Talysis. “I’m delighted to be celebrating this milestone for the business during a year that has seen us secure new clients, extend our partnerships with existing customers and position ourselves as a leading provider of data-driven solutions in the UK, Ireland and beyond. We’ve also launched game-changing new solutions, including CD:UK and PriceCube, which have seen incredible interest. As we look towards the future, I’m confident that our constant innovation and technological excellence will continue to drive Talysis and our partners ahead of the market.”

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