The business of XYBASE is all about bringing people, ideas, skills, products and clients together to form a successful combination. We believe in the "Do it" philosophy where our team members are constantly challenged to explore new technologies and methodologies to provide our customers with premium quality products and services.
People are our most important asset, being in the service-oriented and intellectual property business. XYBASE expects the best from its people, where innovation, creativity and hard work represent the culture. Developing a business proposition from a simple idea is what distinguishes us most from our competitors. Ideas need to be explored, worked and tested on before turning it into a reality. Originating from the IT background is what makes our business perspective exciting and full of possibilities. The advancements in technology and competitive forces are two key reasons why businesses need to be technologically driven. Strong IT skills and knowledge are expected out of our team and XYBASE continuously builds specialised and repetitive skills, be it technical or business. And this is what makes our people commanding and valuable to our clients, the knowledge of both. More often than not, we prefer to remain neutral on our product selection. Quality and technical superiority are key criteria. In the final analysis, the integration of technologies must make good business sense to our clients, which is what our business is all about.
The ability to meet our clients' requirements and to continually serve with the highest satisfaction level is what we strive for in XYBASE. While we are relatively young, XYBASE has managed to build a wide range and depth of experience in the industry. But what is more important, is our team members' desire to learn, get better and do what seems difficult or impossible'. Our drive and commitment is again our difference.
"Great spirits have always encountered opposition from mediocre
minds. The mediocre mind is incapable of understanding the man
who refuses to bow blindly to conventional prejudices and
chooses instead to express his opinions courageously and honestly"
-Albert Einstein, quoted in New York Times, March 13, 1940
US (German-born) physicist (1879 - 1955)