Impossible is executing so well that the results make you rethink what should be possible.
Impossible is projects that regularly finish ahead of schedule and under budget.
Impossible is a small team doing what took a team ten times the size to do before.
Impossible is having more free time but growing your business faster.
Impossible is breaking records with every client.
Impossible is never having to worry about a project again.
In today's digital world, technology is changing at an accelerating rate across all industries and job functions. So too are the theories and best practices to get the most out of new discoveries. This creates very turbulent competitive landscapes with great uncertainty. With things changing so rapidly, it is hard to keep up but the cost for not doing so is severe. Companies that settle for "good enough" end up wondering why they keep falling behind until it is too late.
Innovation is continuous, not a one-time thing.
We have a dedicated advanced research division to make sure we are innovating faster than anyone else and bringing results no one else can. We are continuously developing new frameworks and tools for success. Everything we create internally is battle-tested at scale on mission critical projects. This ensures our clients get the best solution possible, even if it doesn't exist in the market.
Other firms struggle just to get enough client-billable hours and don't spend enough time in research. With how fast digital moves, it is impossible to do client work 100% of the time and not fall behind. You must stay near the leading edge to be competitive.
We hire only top 1% talent.
We use a rigorous screening process for talent. We have high standards to make sure we can deliver consistently for every client. We discovered better, nontraditional indicators of success. We look for people with high growth potential. Less than 1% of applicants are accepted.
We put all our staff on learning paths to help them achieve their personal and professional goals on and off the job. World class performance requires two things: great talent and a culture that lets them shine, not one that holds them back.