Findings from PwC’s latest CEO Pulse survey, highlight that 66% of CEOs say that the opportunity for more connectivity has helped revenue growth for their business and, in general, they see connectivity as having a positive effect across the company as a whole.
Marketing functions appear to be the biggest beneficiaries of our digitally connected society, with 96% of survey respondents saying it has had a positive impact for their marketing department.
Digital disruption has the potential to profoundly restructure markets but it is not being taken sufficiently seriously by businesses, according to research conducted by the Global Centre for Digital Business Transformation (an IMD and Cisco initiative).
Timico is an official supplier for the government's high speed broadband Connection Voucher Scheme. Under the scheme, businesses in 51 'Super Connected' Cities are invited to apply for a voucher worth between £100 and £3,000 towards the installation of a superfast and more reliable internet connection for your business.
Timico continue to move forward and invest in both our proposition and our core network helping to deliver against our corporate vision of being a leading provider of next generation connectivity, cloud and Unified Communication services to business customers.
The demand for always-on business is ever-growing. We all understand the pressures of delivering this – the reliance on connectivity (uptime, speed and security), the growing number of devices connected to the internet, migration to the Cloud – it all means that if connectivity goes down, your business comes to a standstill and hundreds of thousands of pounds can be lost in hours.