Our Culture

What Pluribus Networks stands for, and what it is like to work here

Pluribus Networks Cultural Tenets

Not just for decoration

Many companies have a list of guidelines or important principles for each employee to live by at work, but in many cases, that is as far as it goes – a poster on the wall, a quick mention at a meeting, or a soon-to-be-forgotten handout for new hires. But that’s not what we have at Pluribus.

For us, the tenets form an inherent philosophy that employees embrace and adopt—not because we have to, but because that’s just who we are. The tenets establish a set of principles and characteristics that describe how we do business: how we work, how we treat our customers, and how we collaborate with each other. And a key filter for whom we hire.

 

“Our People are the Cornerstone of our Success”

Kumar Srikantan, CEO Pluribus Networks

Pluribus Networks Cultural Tenets

 

INNOVATE CONTINUOUSLY

We strive to make things better time and time again. We seek to challenge the rules of the game.

CUSTOMERS COME 1ST

We do what it takes, every time, to show our customers they are our top priority.

DO THE IMPOSSIBLE

Do the amazing with small teams of game-changers, free to unleash their collective creative genius.

EXCEED EXPECTATIONS

To be a successful innovator, you have to constantly strive for more.

CONSTANT GROWTH

We tend to wear multiple hats and drink from the proverbial fire-hose. Success stems from your growth individually and within your team.

MEASURE EFFECTIVENESS

To support the success of others, you’ll need to measure and employ communication, collaboration, teamwork and community.

ACTIVE PROBLEM SOLVING

When a problem occurs, don’t just have a “kneejerk” reaction. Proactively initiate a solution. Be the change agent – get it done!

THINK ECONOMICALLY

In a relative startup, it’s important to recognize that money is limited. Spend as if it were your own, be frugal, but wise!

CELEBRATE SUCCESS

It’s important to stop and acknowledge individual and team accomplishments, be thankful and appreciative of others efforts!

TECHNOLOGY NEUTRAL

Don’t shy away from things “not invented here.” Rather, seek out the best technology to solve the problem, stay humble and open-minded.