Tomorrow, here in the United States, we celebrate Thanksgiving Day. I've always felt that this weekend is the best holiday of the entire year. This year, I feel the same way, and despite the fact we're dealing with a pandemic that is still happening, there's plenty to be thankful for.
First, as a business, we are thankful for our many Clients, the trust they've put in us, and the business they have afforded us. To our Clients, thank you very much.
We're also very thankful for our Partners, particularly our primary partners which are all listed in the Leaders quadrant of the Gartner Group Magic Quadrant. It's gratifying to be able to work with such talented people, and to represent their superior solutions to our Clients.
Personally, I'm thankful that this Thanksgiving finds my family healthy, all employed, and happy in their relationships with significant others and friends.
Perhaps on this Thanksgiving Day, everyone can put aside their differences, outrage (both real and imagined), and sensitivities, and just enjoy the day for what it represents...the fact the Pilgrims survived a difficult first year in America and came together to celebrate their victory over adversity. There's a good lesson in there for us all.
Tim Joyce, Founder, Roundstone Solutions