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Why tech companies fail to jump the financial S-curve

  title={Why tech companies fail to jump the financial S-curve},
  author={Alok Singh},
The rules of the game in the globalized business environment have changed. In the Information Technology (IT) industry, starting as a new company with a new offering or business model, climbing the upward growth trajectory of financial results, and later getting stuck in a flat or declining graph has been a common pattern for many companies. Many of them have failed to jump the financial S-curve, create and climb a new one. To address this, I have referred to seminal works, have gained insights… 
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