“Professionals in Automation” – does this already hold true for us? Well, sure, because “professional” really just means that you take money for your work – and in most cases we try to do that for obvious reasons.
But are we indeed “real professionals”? I would likewise say this after 20 years now: “Yes, we don’t have to hide from all the others in our industry.” In those 20 years, we saw and learned an impressive part of what you can see and learn in our business. We often fell flat on our faces, but we have never given up.
And now, the next exciting phase is upon us. We need to convert our cozy and manageable garage into a high-performance medium-sized enterprise without losing our most important qualities – our willingness to master new problems at any time at eye level with the customer.
And we must continue to do this as quickly and unbureaucratically as possible, as our customers have come to expect from us. With the combined forces of our handpicked bunch, I have absolutely no doubt whatsoever that we will succeed.