Позволю себе скопировать сюда письмо, разосланное вчера в компании нашим руководителем, коллегой, другом и CEO — Dheraj Pandey.
Nutanix was incorporated in Delaware on 22nd September, 2009. Today marks 10 years for us since the beginning of time. My heartfelt gratitude to all of you and your families for the personal sacrifices, the ambition, and the attention-to-detail that you’ve summoned to help build this company. Every year, we’re reminded by naysayers about how the road ahead is so much tougher. Most such people continue to believe that the past must have been easier, a classic mob — fence sitters, armchair thinkers — mentality! Thank you for being true builders, for nurturing the infinite mindset in which «the more things change, the more they remain the same.”
As many of you acknowledge, our 10th year has been hard. But if you ask those who were here during the 3rd and the 4th and the 5th and the 6th… they would recall how hard things were. Now, we just have a bigger arena and a bigger mob watching us “gladiators.» Our 10th year was also deliberate, in how we wanted to prepare ourselves for the coming 10 years of hybrid cloud and the convergence of subscription. […]
History likes 3 attributes in companies with staying power: (a) an obsessively customer-centric culture: staying power comes from that attention-to-detail, (b) ambition, to fuel staying power, and (c) pivoting skills: an ability to transform and, thus, endure with changing times. Our last 10 years were no less obsessive, ambitious, or pivot-aware. For those of you who haven’t read our history, I’d encourage you to (see attached).
With that, I’d like to raise a toast to the last 10 years… to all of you for being such a talented, fierce, and passionate army of missionaries working together to fulfill our timeless vision of “Making Computing Invisible… Anywhere.”
Sincerely… from an imperfect, stubborn Nutant!