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How to identify startups that will scale?

Organisations around the world are grappling with the choice between, expensive, inflexible and seemingly stable products from large vendors versus identifying a startup product that is producing an outcome their users love. Startups are often short of funds and CXOs are rightly worried whether they would be able to scale up to handle the volumes expected for their businesses. If they take the right approach, they can take the decision that is best for their organisation. Profitability: While funded startups are likely in mood to spend money to validate the market, unfunded ones with long term history are likely profitable. A profitable organisation is always going to grow and become more profitable irrespective of the situation. When you signup with them, it is unlikely that they will not be able to scale up. Instead you are likely going to get a better service.   Scalability A SaaS based organisation typically need not do much to scale up. SaaS scales up every single d

Most customers select Hobbiate Field Workflow Manager on day 2 of their trial

Most customers of Hobbiate Field Workflow Manager select it on day two of their field trial. Don't miss a chance to try it out.