The No Problem Culture
No problem is the headline of our business culture. Our mission is to solve IT problems. Always with a smile. Does it work or not work for your business? We bring IT strategical challenges back to the ground - and over and done with. Our culture is executing and not theorizing. No buzzwords and no code talk.
It is every day action that counts for us.
Executing versus theorizing
Our No Problem culture characterizes the whole company. It is our way of handling IT challenges. Always with the execution as a starting point. The challenges are solved, when they are solved in practice - not in theory or on the drawing board. That is, what characterizes us.
No matter if you are in need of a Service Desk employee at 12 AM or a system developer to develop an IT solution, you will receive action from us. Every single day. The workday is crucial. It must work for your business. Both on short- and long term.
No problem is practised by everybody. From supporters and solution architects to customer consultants
No problem is not just something we say. It is something we are. Our culture characterizes the whole company from the first time, you meet a Client Manager to the day, you have an IT challenge and urgently need a Service Desk worker.
It is our unique exeution culture and the extraordinary approach to solving the IT tasks, you can expect. No matter, who of the Everyday IT Superheroes, you will meet.
The No Problem culture's 6 core points
Our culture is binding. And affected by this, you will be a part of the Everyday IT Superheroes. We hire based on the core points. We solve IT challengesbased on the core points. And we lead based on the core points. It is our way of making sure that the culture is embedded as a foundation for the Everyday IT Superheroes.
1. Keep what you promise
2. Say yes with a smile
3. Make your colleague better
4. Make IT simple
5. Understand the customer's business
6. Think as a leader
This is how our customers see us in everyday life
Our customers tell us, from time to time, their opinion of us. It is, in reality, the only way we can try out our culture.