Symptoms indicating that your company is slowing down
When the company was smaller, the processes were faster, and you managed to scale it and keep the financial results as high as possible. Now with the increase in sales, the business system is increasingly faltering. Your implemented activities do not solve the situation.
You and the management team often doubt the decisions soundness and take less risk. The cost of failure is higher and higher and so you seem to be moving in the dark not knowing what to expect.
Your customers are leaving
You start losing your clients as easy as you gained them. You strive to provide value to them, but failures occur more frequently, and consumers refuse your services. Your team is not experienced enough to handle the management of the company with the size it has reached.
If nothing changes
Slowing down does not mean resting on laurels, but is rather a symptom of lack of competitiveness. Something is not working as good as before, and you may lose the progress that was reached so hard. New company level and a long-term support for new efforts, and if you're not growing, then sooner or later the company will start to slide back to the beginning.