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As part of Dizzion’s 6th anniversary celebration, each of the company’s three co-founders were asked to reflect on how far the organization has come, what they’re most proud of and what we can look forward to in the future. Dizzion CEO, Steve Prather, kicks off our week of reflections.
The vision has not changed all that much from what we originally planned and hoped for. Our idea was to bring virtualization and enterprise technology capabilities to the desktop, solving customers’ issues like we had in past lives on the data center and server side of things. However, the one meaningful thing that has changed is the size and type of customers that we serve today versus in the early years with larger and more advanced customers finding value in our offering.
Customer’s needs have gotten more complex and security and compliance are no longer a nice to have, they are required for many industries and most of our customers. While we understood this when we founded the company it is interesting how it has become dominant in the desktop realm over the last 18 to 24 months.
Without question the team that we have built over the last six years. We operate in very competitive technology markets in Denver and San Antonio and we have been able to attract, retain and grow a very capable team. Our mission is to redefine the way the world works and our team does that every day for our customers and partners.
We have been fortunate to be a part of building a new technology in the Desktop as a Service space and our journey has been a blast but requires that you constantly rethink strategy and value as the market matures and shifts around you and customers invest in the new technology. This type of maturation and customer adoption has helped to redefine our course countless times over the last six years and listening to our customers and partners has been key.
We have begun the path of growing from a Desktop as a Service provider to a technology platform where our solutions bring value to our customers from a metrics and analytics perspective. We have large ambitions here where we can bring value to every part of our customer’s organization and we are excited to begin to share our message as we complete this metamorphosis.
May 08, 2018
Dizzion CTO Rob Green shares insights into why Dizzion is an End User Computing company, not just a virtual desktop and virtualization provider. READ MORE