Startups trying to get off the ground, especially those in the biotech space, rely heavily--if not completely--on the backing of outside investors.
With investors playing such a large role in the success (or failure) of a startup, it’s surprising that few early stage companies consider the important role that the choices in the IT systems, and infrastructure that have been put into place play in the eyes of the investor.
Think about it. An investor who is offering you their money will want to mitigate the risk as much as possible before handing over their cash.
Since IT is the backbone of most new companies, an investor will be pleased to see that thoughtful choices are made not only considering budget but security, scalability and accessibility.
Here are six ways to ignite an investor’s confidence with your IT infrastructure.