Flat Vision Products Ltd, Luminite, PlinkFizz, Andy Kerr Associates LLP, MyPremier and Smarterways are among the other firms based at Lymedale Business Centre also reaping the benefits of upgrading to FTTP recently.
Martin Bose, managing director of Flat Vision Products Ltd, said: "Upgrading to superfast broadband has made a big impact, especially with our overseas operations."
The company provides LCD displays for many sectors including health organisations, industry, military and leisure. Network Rail, Marks & Spencer, the Royal Navy, Stoke City FC and Centre Parcs are among its customers.
Martin added: "Because all our screen displays are customised, we regularly have to share lots of different engineering drawings and product specifications with our factories in Taiwan and South Korea, so we can do this more quickly and easily now.
"It has also improved the way we work in the office as it's easier to handle electronic mail. We need to follow trends and the needs of our customers by browsing websites, which we can do more easily now.
"The upgrade to fibre could not have come at a better time for us because we were planning to expand our product range, which we could not have considered doing without having the new technology in place. It's also enabling us to take on more staff."
Kerryanne Clancy, PR account manager for PlinkFizz, explained how it is helping their business be even more professional: "We create designs for print and online for clients, which need to be sent back and forth for approval before being sent to printers and web builders. We also commission a great deal of photography work for our clients and, again, these are sent to us as high res images which are huge file sizes.
"Both of these daily processes now take us minutes, rather than hours, which is helping to improve our efficiency as a business and making us appear more professional to both clients and suppliers as we're able to hit tight deadlines. Fibre broadband has improved our external communications considerably."
Tanya Ward, sales manager for Smarterways, who provide managed IT and IT security services, said: "Our broadband service is far more reliable since upgrading to superfast fibre."
Lyndon Eaton, director of IT business - Luminite - said they were now enjoying a superfast broadband connection at a very reasonable price.
He said: "As a result of BT and Staffordshire County Council laying the foundation for facilitating fibre to the premises, not only have we benefited from the much improved speeds ourselves, but have also been able to expand our own product portfolio as a broadband reseller, providing us with another route to market to the other businesses within the centre.
"We work with a growing number of businesses within the Lymedale Business Centre itself, and because of the more robust broadband now available, businesses within the centre are able to take full advantage of our telephony solutions, which will reduce costs in terms of line rentals and call charges, while at the same time improve efficiency and functionality."