Research from Aspire paints positive picture of UK remote working

Aspire research reveals that UK businesses are coping well within the new remote working environment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

During March and April 2020, we conducted a survey with decision makers from our large nationwide customer base to assess the impact of home working.

Chris Fraser, managing director at Aspire said:

“We surveyed decision makers from a wide range of sectors and the high number of businesses confirming that home working is now a success is very encouraging. It is testament to the rapid and effective adoption of home working technologies”.

View our key survey findings in the infographic below:

“We’ve seen a huge increase in the demand for remote working solutions and working with customers, we’ve enabled more than 10,000 new remote workers in a matter of weeks. It’s great to see technology coming to the rescue of companies and enabling them to function as close as possible to business as usual.

“The power of tech to allow us to connect and collaborate has never been more evident, nor more important as it is now. Tech plays a huge part in effective remote working but ultimately, company culture and the adaptability of staff are key to success. UK businesses should be immensely proud of how they have adapted to extremely challenging times. Despite the unprecedented change to all of our lives, business continues to get done.” (Chris Fraser, managing director at Aspire)

As the fastest-growing managed IT services provider in the North of England, we provide businesses with the fastest internet speeds on the market. Our Ultrafast Dedicated Connectivity (UDC) offers connections of up to a phenomenal 100 gigabit per second (Gb/s). In the past year, we have invested £1.2m in the local infrastructure to launch our full fibre network. We have set ambitious plans for improving business connectivity across the North East region.

If you would like to know more about how we can help with remote working technology or services, please get in touch.

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