Rams rated a 5-star franchise

Rams rated 5-star franchise
Rams wins 5-star rating for high performance franchising. Image Bigstock.

Rams is the latest franchise to score a high performing rating on the Australian Franchise
Rating Scale.

An independent and fact-based assessment rates a business across seven key categories to come up with the final rating.

Rams managing director Jake Bromwich is delighted with the 5-star rating.

Franchisee engagement helps Rams achieve 5-star rating

“As a business we are super proud to have our hard work recognised, highlighted by our very strong franchise engagement and satisfaction levels. This is great recognition for the strong partnership we have with our franchisees and their teams,” he said.

Frandata Australia is a franchise business intelligence and information advisory business which manages the ratings process. The Australian Franchise Registry records the rating results.

Darryn McAuliffe, Frandata Australia’s CEO, said “the review evidenced a very successful franchise model
across all categories measured. Franchisee engagement and satisfaction levels were found to be at superior levels across multiple aspects with strong trading performance across the network delivering solid financial outcomes for individual franchisees.”

McAuliffe said Rams has a strong culture of compliance and a highly disciplined approach to training and ongoing support.

Rams joins a growing list of Australian franchise brands recognised for their high performance levels, including Just Cuts.

Five brands upgrade with new rating

Frandata recently upgraded five brands to a 4½ star rating.

The newly introduced ½ star increment recognises brands that have maintained their standards over multiple periods and could receive a higher grade in the foreseeable future.

McAuliffe told Franchise Executives “The current ratings review cycle is highlighting the superior
performance of many franchise systems. Not only have a number of brands maintained their performance levels, but during a challenging external environment many have emerged stronger and able to evidence more “proof points” for supporting their franchisees.

“Pizza Hut, Chatime, Soul Origin, Muffin Break and Jamaica Blue are all examples of franchise brands that, in our view, have demonstrated these higher support levels and emerged stronger heading into 2023,” he said.