There is usually a way to address the technological needs of customers that can satisfy both sides. In our case, the instrument we use for this is Atlassian, their products, the apps from their marketplace and those we develop ourselves. That is the tool which serves us to prove a collaboration model truly successful for all parties: customers, employees, providers and associates / shareholders. And the result of this model is the complete satisfaction for everybody.
Back at 1998, DEISER was one more technology company struggling to carry out its activity in the best possible way, but lacking a clear identity, mission or concrete values. The company’s -its associates’- DNA was to do the best possible job within a too wide variety of activities, some of them diluting each other. There were too many things in scope to do them well. The irruption of Agile, the arrival of Jira (and Atlassian) to DEISER, and the need to reinvent ourselves as a company in the middle of the world crisis of 2007-2012 showed us the way. Keep reading...
In DEISER not everything is acceptable to profit from. We care about how we make profit, and therefore we encourage a more human way to interact either with customers, providers or colleagues. That’s why our day-by-day work is guided by a single idea: placing people in the center of our decisions.
People and our connections to them are the basis on which we build our business model and our work philosophy. That’s why each person in DEISER strives every day to create and maintain trust relationships with all the people around them, being either customers, applicants, providers or colleagues.
Indeed, objectives are important but the way we reach them is even more. Doing the right thing not only makes us feel good, but we truly believe it is the only way. The track for transparency is communication. That is why, in DEISER, we make sure that the information is shared with everybody.
People are a crucial part of any business. At DEISER, we are a unique mix of creative, passionate, funny people when the situation requires it, hard-working and collaborative people when we have to be by our clients' side. That combination requires many abilities, so we put more emphasis on skills than titles.