Scalability (Scalable) - Definition
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What does Scalable Mean?
Scalability refers to the ability of a business to be more efficient and increase sales when there is a rise in demand. Basically, the business can ramp up operations to meet demand.
In startups, scalability generally means that a company's value proposition can be easily replicated without incurring high additional costs. For example, a technology company could sell its software to many customers as easily as a few customers, with very minimal additional expenses.