Our mission is to help our clients make distinctive, lasting, and substantial improvements in their performance and to build a great firm that attracts, develops, excites, and retains exceptional people.
Solving the hardest problems requires the best people. We think that the best people will be drawn to the opportunity to work on the hardest problems. We build our firm around that belief. These two parts of our mission reinforce each other and make our firm strong and enduring.
We are a values-driven organization. For us this means to always:
This means we deliver more value than expected. It does not mean doing whatever the client asks.
Uphold absolute integrity. Show respect to local custom and culture, as long as we do not compromise our integrity.
We do not reveal sensitive information. We focus on making our clients successful.
We stay independent and able to disagree, regardless of the popularity of our views or their effect on our fees. We have the courage to invent and champion unconventional solutions to problems. We do this to help build internal support, get to real issues, and reach practical recommendations.
We expect our people to spend clients’ and our firm’s resources as if their own resources were at stake.
Velocity has grown exponentially in recent years, and we credit our great success to the exceptional team that provide our customers with the deep technology expertise, innovative solutions, and reliable service and support their businesses require to flourish.
Today, Velocity is reinventing the way enterprise software is acquired, hosted, and managed to give CIOs and their teams more control over using technology to produce business results.
The deep relationships we have with our customers are the cornerstone of our premier customer service experience. Customers rely on us to maintain their enterprise applications so they can focus on their businesses.
Visibility provides enterprise software solutions for to-order manufacturers.
Before implementing any type of visibility initiative, one point of distinction is that visibility does not necessarily mean having to "watch" employees. Although visibility sounds synonymous with employee monitoring, the latter typically refers to installing employee-monitoring software on company-owned devices. Its purpose is to protect companies by preventing security breaches and data theft, as well as collecting user information such as websites visited, applications used, employee location, instant messaging conversations and more.
Visibility, on the other hand, refers to being able to gauge productivity, efficiency and progress by tracking tasks, projects, goals, meetings and other day-to-day activities.