It is rare that a technology-driven company will advocate that you set your gadgets aside. But then again, DAS Solutions is not your average tech company. On this important holiday in the lives of all our American friends, that is exactly what we encourage you to do: leave your technology aside and have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and friends!
Sharing the joy of family gatherings during such special occasions is important to us. They remind us that giving thanks to the people we care about is what defines us as human beings, especially during such difficult times of mistrust around the world. Technology is often a catalyst to that mistrust, as it can create a wall of communication with close ones instead of facilitating it.
While we strive to become better and more successful in our own lives and within our companies, we must reward ourselves with some time to sit down with our families and friends and talk to each other. No matter how much ambition we have or how much effort we put into our work, it is important to remember that nothing is possible if you are in it alone, whether you are a technology-driven company or not. You need trustworthy people alongside you to share that vision, and to steer you in the right direction when necessary.
We share ideas with our partners to help them reach their full potential, or in order to deliver that sought-after IT tool that will help them grow their companies. We find ways to solve the problems they find in their business processes that no one else was able to. We explore various technologies to minimize the effort that firms in any field make on a daily basis to reach a target. Finally, we deliver what we are certain are the best and most robust IT solutions that technology can offer.
While we are located in another time zone, it is technology that helps us bridge that geographical gap to reach out to some outstanding individuals with the capacity to change us in a fundamental way. We are astounded by the depth and breadth of our partners’ visions and we learn something from them every day. We acknowledge them. We appreciate that technology can bring you to us and our services to you. But we want you to forget about technology for one long Thanksgiving weekend. We thank you for being with us.