Starting Schuberg Philis was an act of resistance. It was bravely waving goodbye to traditional IT companies. Many are so large that they feel anonymous, hierarchical, and cost-centered rather than simply committed to achieving 100% impact. This way of working didn’t make our founders nor their customers happy.
So they asked themselves: how would it be to start doing work the way we actually want to do it? To enable talented professionals to flourish and eliminate anything else that could get in the way of performing at their best? To this day, Schuberg Philis is a continuously unfolding answer to that question.
In hindsight, this may seem like an interesting business idea. In reality, it’s the recognition of a human need ignored all too often: to master your own destiny.
Unlocking that need was something we envisioned could lead to job satisfaction and professional fulfillment. This proved true. Schuberg Philis was built the way we actually wanted to work. Along the way, we actually also made ourselves and our customers a whole lot happier.