- Hydus Customers
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- Adding Value 101
Our clients are some of the largest and most respected companies in the world.
A sample list of some of our key customers is displayed on the panel to the right.
A.G. Edwards, Inc.
A.G. Edwards, Inc. was an American financial services holding company. The firm provided securities and commodidites brokerage, investment banking, trust services, asset management, financial and retirement planning, private client services, investment management, and other related financial services to individual, governmental, and institutional clients.
BP is a British global energy company that is also the third largest global energy and the 4th largest company in the world. The company is among the largest private sector energy corporations in the world, and one of the six 'supermajors' (vertically integrated private sector oil exploration, natural gas, and petroleum product marketing companies)
CapitalOne is a U.S. based bank holding company specializing in credit cards, home loans, auto loans, banking and savings products. A member of the Fortune 500, the company helped pioneer the mass marketing of credits cards in the early 1990s
Texas DIR provides statewide leadership and oversight for management of government information and communications technology. DIR has served in a leadership role to facilitate the state's economic competitiveness throug its ability to deliver quality information resources commodities and services at the lowest prices and best value for state and local government.
HEB is a privately held San Antonio, Texas-based supermarket chain with 310 stores throughout Texas and northern Mexico. The company also operates Central Market, an upscale organic and fine foods retailer.
Hydus has strategic partnerships with the leading technology solutions providers in the industry. While each partnership has varying terms and conditions associated with it, the one common benefit across all partnerships is the ready access to partner personnel and product information that Hydus has, which we can leverage effectively to resolve our customer’s technical needs.
Product support, technical documentation, development road-maps and other strategic information is shared by the partners with Hydus on a privileged basis. Where no conflict with non-disclosures are present, Hydus being privy to this information can accordingly guide our clients on the right technology choices or provide access to information to the customer.
Adding Value 101
“Adding Value” is among the top of the list of the most oft-repeated phrase in the corporate world today. And yet, the constant and consistent usage of this phrase has not diluted the innate meaning and the spirit of the term. With its roots in foundational economics the term is used at it’s most basic level to denote the difference between the sale price of a product and the cost of materials to produce it.
At Hydus, the etymology of the term means less than the significance it takes on in the context of our relationships with our customers and partners. To us it is the guiding principle of every one of our actions and words – be it internal to the firm or external in our interactions with our customers and partners.
“Adding Value” at Hydus means equipping each of our employees with the means and the willingness to take ownership of our customers’ most complex problems and provide a complete, economic and timely solution in a manner that exceeds the expectations of the customer.
We are committed to staying the entire course with you. And that’s at the most common way we add value.