The determination, hard work and excitement inherent to successful startups are a kindred culture to our own and we have had the pleasure of exceeding both our customer and their markets' expectations. We thrive in this fast-paced, must-deliver context where few others can.
The heavy reliance of business on technology unfortunately makes modern business susceptible to technology-related risks and limitations. We have experience being called in to assist with the "impossible" when things look bleak, and we have routinely beaten improbable odds in order to come to a great resolution.
With the pace of modern technical innovations it has become very easy to fall behind the leading edge. It's good business sense to maximize ROI on technical investments and to wait as long as possible to implement the improved innovations of tomorrow, but delaying can easily become a liability when your business platform falls out of support by your technology providers, innovations beyond your control that render your platform incompatible are foisted upon you, or simply when technology professionals able to work on your platform become sparse. We already have a motley assortment of skills from yesteryear and do not hesitate to learn aged technologies in order to reverse engineer a path to the future.
With the modern focus on profits today, often at the expense of tomorrow, there are not many companies that still find means to invest sufficiently in R&D. What was once an entire department in many organizations has gone the way of the dinosaur. We are able to take a technology-related idea that you're just not sure is possible and discover the way forward.