Whatever it takes

Ah, the mission statement! Every company must have one. Right? In his book, "The Dilbert Principle: a cubicle's eye view of bosses, meetings, management fads & other workplace afflictions", Scott Adams writes, "A Mission Statement is defined as 'a long awkward sentence that demonstrates management's inability to think clearly.'" An example from that same book - "We will produce the highest quality products, using empowered team dynamics in a new Total Quality paradigm until we become the industry leader".

My not-so-tongue-in-cheek point is this: if you are constantly using phrases like mission statement, programming paradigm, or testing methodology, we probably are not the consulting company for you.

If however, you know the difference between the sizzle and the steak, if you want a company to solve your problems, if you recognize that a high IQ attached to a motivated individual is the best tool, then call us immediately!

In summation, our "mission statement" is this:

Whatever it takes.