Charter Business develops website targeting large businesses

Charter Communications (NASDAQ: CHTR) has launched a new website that will cater to mid-to-large sized businesses looking for information about what business solutions and services the provider can offer, signaling that Charter is serious about going up market.

Complementing Charter's existing Spectrum and Spectrum Business websites, enterprise.spectrum.com addresses a variety of industries as well as government and educational institutions, carriers and partners.

Besides offering resources such as white papers, video and infographics, the website offers a portal get in touch with a local, dedicated account representative.

Providing a site dedicated to mid-to-large business customers shows that Charter wants to attract more business customers to what is becoming a growth area for the company.

During the third quarter earnings call, Charter CEO Tom Rutledge said that the company is "very bullish on the future of enterprise" services.

The MSO continues to make headway in the business services space. Third quarter commercial business segment revenues rose 13.2 percent year-over-year to $286 million due to higher sales to small to medium business customers (SMBs) and wholesale service provider customer sales.

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