Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are eager to improve their connectivity in 2015, a study has indicated.
Research commissioned by TalkTalk Business revealed that 90 per cent of SMEs will seek faster and more resilient broadband this year.
Other key aims for small companies include growing sales, improving and maintaining morale levels, reducing costs and upgrading IT, reports Computer Weekly.
Charles Bligh, Managing Director of TalkTalk Business, said many UK businesses are not getting good value from their broadband provider at present.
He said his firm is looking to change this by offering affordable connectivity solutions for SMEs, and in doing so, "take the fight to BT".
"A third of companies believe that they can grow this year. Saving money will help them to do it," Mr Bligh stated.
He claimed that demand for TalkTalk's business broadband deals, including super-fast packages, is on the rise.
"We have seen an uptake in fibre-to-the-cabinet for businesses, which had previously been muted," Mr Bligh added.