In a bid to improve how it helps businesses overcome challenges, digital consultancy Purple has rebranded the Equantiis.

Originally launched in 2013 as Purple, Equantiis has evolved from one of UK’s fastest-growing digital transformation consultancies into a fresh thinking outcome realisation firm.

Headquartered in Moorgate, London, Equantiis boasts a team of 22 Consultants, experienced in helping organisations drive change that increases stakeholder engagement and delivers competitive advantage.

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Alistair Sergeant, Founder and CEO of Equantiis, said:

“Many businesses to have little or no understanding of the meaning and benefit of implementing a strategic plan to drive change, creating a real knowledge gap and increasing the likelihood of any focus on transforming existing processes to fail.”

“In rebranding Purple to Equantiis, we have not only undergone our own transformational process to gain clarity over what we offer and why we are different, but to also effectively demonstrate to businesses how we can help them in overcoming any complex challenges with cost certainty and transformative outcomes.”

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The consultancy operates across a host of public and private sectors including higher education, financial services and FinTech, mid-tier banking, insurance, NFP and legal industries.

After winning a place on the Public Sector framework for the supply of digital services, the firm is forecast to experience effective growth by 25% during 2020.

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Paul Forrest, recently appointed Executive Chairman, said:

“Cost certainty is a real first for transformative consultancies and by implementing and honing this approach, we not only aim to help more businesses benefit from meaningful change, but to also make a clear difference to the number of transformation strategies that succeed UK wide.”