We consider these values and capabilities as Four Pillars that have kept us ahead of the curve, whether we look at technological expertise or customer happiness. By actively nurturing these values, we ensure that we anticipate the future instead of chasing after it.
Instead of passively waiting for customers to specify requirements, we proactively bring ideas to the table. We can take a client’s high level vision and turn it into a turn key solution. For example, we leveraged historical CRM data to help a 100 billion dollar manufacturer’s channel partners sell better. We also actively identify and invest in solution accelerators and frameworks that reduce cost and expedite client delivery. Eg: Intelligent Data Acquisition, Microservices starter kit, IOT mobile etc.
We have a proven track record of identifying emerging technologies and develop competencies and apply it for our customers ahead of others. Eg: Machine Learning, Blockchain. 30% of our work still comes from Valley startups which helps us with this.
Having started our journey with startups (and later taking our own products to market), we bring a co-founder like mentality to the engagement. We like to think of us as partners with equal stake rather than service providers. For example, a Hackathon that we did a few months ago led to developing a Chatbot for HR, that intelligently gets employee timesheets and automates a lot of manual grunt work.
We take pride in staying ahead of the curve through workshops, talks and hackathons, which helps us bring thought leadership in technology, process and engagement. Eg: We continuously develop thought leadership on processes that can accelerate productivity. For instance, last year we championed CI/CD best practices to implement key concepts like:
• Infrastructure as code (using tools like LambdaCD)
• Stack-independent deployment
These initiatives cut down Dev complete to production release times by upto 20%.