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Company Culture

Company culture can more simply be described as the shared ethos of an organization. It’s the way people feel about the work they do, the values they believe in, where they see the company going and what they’re doing to get it there. Collectively, these traits represent the personality — or culture — of an organization.

HR & Operational Structure

Human resources is used to describe both the people who work for a company or organization and the department responsible for managing all matters related to employees, who collectively represent one of the most valuable resources in any businesses or organization. The term human resources was first coined in the 1960s when the value of labor relations began to garner attention and when notions such as motivation, organizational behavior, and selection assessments began to take shape in all types of work settings.


The definition of “OKRs” is “Objectives and Key Results.” It is a collaborative goal-setting tool used by teams and individuals to set challenging, ambitious goals with measurable results. OKRs are how you track progress, create alignment, and encourage engagement around measurable goals.

CapEx and OpEx

CapEx refers to a Capital expenditure while OpEx refers to an Operational expenditure. Capital expenditure is incurred when a business acquires assets that could be beneficial beyond the current tax year. Operational expenditure consists of those expenses that a business incurs to run smoothly every single day. They are the costs that a business incurs while in the process of turning its inventory into an end product.

Technical Stack

A tech stack is defined as the set of technologies an organization uses to build a web or mobile application. It is a combination of programming languages, frameworks, libraries, patterns, servers, UI/UX solutions, software, and tools used by its developers.

Product Vision

The Product vision describes a future state of the Product and what problems it tries to resolve or what ambitions it tries to fulfill. Having a clear and inspiring Product vision helps in motivating and inspiring people, like the Development Team, the stakeholders and customers and users.

Architecture Vision

The Architecture Vision provides an overview and guide and describes how the enterprise will be transformed at all levels by the proposed architecture. It provides a high level view of the problem or opportunity and a description of the way that the architecture will address the requirements to achieve the desired outcome. It will typically describe an overview or outline of the Business, Information, Application, Technology and other relevant architectures describing their baseline and target states.

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