SMEs seeking broadband benefits

Wednesday, January 14th 2015
UK SMEs hope to gain considerable benefits from ongoing broadband investment.
SMEs seeking broadband benefits
Small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) across the UK are hoping to gain considerable advantages through ongoing investment in broadband services.

Research based on the responses of more than 1,000 SME decision makers has been published by TalkTalk and highlighted a considerable proportion of companies in this category that are focusing investments on new technologies and broadband connectivity in particular this year.

Overall, 90 per cent of respondents stated access to broadband services would be "critical" to their future prosperity, while 30 per cent cited a need for increased revenue streams this year and 20 per cent are aiming to improve workforce wellbeing.

Responding to the results, Managing Director of TalkTalk Business Charles Bligh commented: "Small business decision makers need to take control and have the confidence to demand better value for their business in the coming 12 months."

Focusing on investment areas like improved broadband services can go a long way towards making this a reality for many firms.

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