A company’s values are the heart and soul of its culture. They affect every aspect of an organization and are the guideposts that keep everyone aligned, empowered, and mindful of their goals. Without core values, an organization can’t articulate who they are or what they want to be, which makes it nearly impossible to achieve their vision or purpose.
Howard Stevenson, Professor Emeritus at Harvard University, puts great significance on a company’s culture saying, “Maintaining an effective culture is so important that it, in fact, trumps even strategy.” Suchit Bachalli, CEO of Unilog, agrees and believes Unilog’s people and culture are the reasons customers buy their products and services. “Our working style is how our values translate into daily life and shape our client experiences with us,” says Bachalli. “We are passionate about what we do and the difference we can make for our clients.”
The core values that built the foundation for Unilog’s innovative culture were inspired by Sanskrit – a language of ancient India developed over 3,500 years ago. Highly complex with an extensive vocabulary, Sanskrit is a classical Indo-European language that means “refined, decorated, and produced in perfect form.” Unilog’s five Sanskrit values remind employees what’s important, help with daily decision-making, and guide our interactions with others.
#1 Viveka: Be good, do good
Viveka reaffirms each employee’s moral compass to be ethical, responsible people who yearn to make a positive difference in others’ lives. We have a deep purpose to help elevate ourselves and the people around us.
#2 Vijaya: Compete hard, yet be fair
A competitive mindset drives us so we can give more to our customers and to each other. We never settle for the status quo; we constantly aim higher and work harder to ensure our customers’ success.
#3 Vidya: Learn every day
Our teams continually strive to become better at what they do. We don’t tolerate ignorance or mediocrity, and encourage each of our employees to be curious, voice their opinions, and make an impact.
#4 Veera: Be brave and fearless
Through support and teamwork, Unilog employees are brave and unwavering so they can take on the most difficult challenges and determine the best solutions to serve customer needs.
#5 Vinaya: Be humble, courteous, and serve others
Everyone deserves respect and consideration, which is why we treat customers, partners, and employees alike with kindness, compassion, and humility. It is gratifying for us to serve others so that they may achieve their goals.
Unilog’s core values and deep purpose to elevate others have been driving factors in our ongoing success as a global technology company. Unilog has seen year-over-year growth in every aspect of our business, including a 58% growth in subscription revenue, a 52% increase in customers, and a 20% rise in employee head count. Bachalli says the collective intuition of Unilog’s servant leaders is directing the company where we need to go in the next one, three, five, and 10 years. “We have a deep sense of where we sit in the ecosystem, and are building products and services that will continue to help deliver innovation to our customers.”
If you’re a forward-thinking individual looking for a challenging and highly rewarding career, visit the Unilog Careers page to learn about current job opportunities and to apply. We’re always looking for dynamic people who are excited to learn, be empowered, and make a difference.