Starting a new business is astonishingly difficult. About 6.5 million businesses are started yearly in the U.S. — and 75 percent of them fail, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Startup businesses falter for many reasons, but making the wrong decisions about their technology stack is a major contributor to startup failure. In some cases, businesses regard technology as a cost center rather than a growth driver. In others, they simply choose the wrong technology path, or they fail to finance tech acquisitions with an eye toward sustainability.
Working with CDW Startup Strategist Teague Goddard, we’ve compiled the five primary tech-related reasons that startups fail, along with guidance on the right approach.
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