Any business needs order, structure and rigorous attention to detail in order to thrive, and we adhere to these principles. In addition to these traditional elements for success, actions must be attuned to a deep sense of balance, equanimity and organic flow. This is the yin and yang of our organization. In the hidden shadows of the technological yang, we incubate the ideas that will be able to bloom in the brightness of the yin -- in the more clearly defined forms and shapes that provide the particular metrics for growth and transformation. Integrated, harmonized and unified, we learn from the past, focus on the present, and look to the future!
Our philosophy at Enterprise Solutions is grounded in a holistic approach to technology. We are techno-optimists at ESI but we adopt a complex perspective when it comes to the uses of innovation, architecture and application. That is, we believe that technology can change the world for the better but this stance is not unconditionally true because technology development is both a sublime and privileged space. Not everyone has access to the same data, resources and information; and while we are motivated by profit we will never lose sight of the social and environmental impact of everything we do. It is imperative to always hear the voices of those who are marginalized by the power of technology, and all that it produces. This is our "triple profit motive".
As a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE), we understand that diversity is more about quality and less about quantity. Many companies tout their "diversity numbers" based on race, class, gender and other markers -- but it's not about the numbers. It's about novel, fresh and unique perspectives that will allow an organization and its people to think differently, to imagine something else. By recruiting from a multi-dimensional labor pool, alternative worldviews and histories are brought to the table in order to achieve "combinatorial optimization" in the workplace.