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2022, New Directions

Some of our clients may have noticed some changes in our web presence. We are still committed to the same ideals that have worked for us in the past, but in order to grow we will need to change.

As I lead my company into the new year, I can’t help but reflect on the past. When I started IZENTE three years ago, I had one goal: mindful computing. This quickly evolved into primarily helping various businesses and agencies in the defense sector and beyond modernize their legacy code bases. Reducing excess CPU usage with stronger, lighter code. In building the business, the focus on making it thrive narrowed my views.

I’ve come to realize over the years, these three years with so much change, that IZENTE is so much more than that. Mindful computing is just one branch of our tree. I walk into 2022 with the words of Buddha ringing steadily in my ears, “You only lose what you cling to.” Moving in a new direction, helping my company grow, and watching it and my employees succeed is all a part of the equation. I will lose nothing, only if I cling on to the past. In order to succeed we must evolve. We must grow. 


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You only lose what you cling to.

— Buddha

I watched those closest to me, family, friends, and coworkers, show resilience and strength throughout 2020. Beyond that, they demonstrated ability and growth. We are a species ment for change and that is what it is time for. 

IZENTE will still be a company with mindful computing at heart. We will still work with companies that we have in the past, because as we have all learned, we are in this life together. In 2022, I want to see this company grow beyond the defense and aerospace industry. I want to see us helping out all of humanity. Small business, non profits, education, and more. I speak and work with generosity in all that I do, or at least I try to. I walk into 2022 with Buddha once more, “Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.” 


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Teach this triple truth to all: A generous heart, kind speech, and a life of service and compassion are the things which renew humanity.

— Buddha

We are in this thing called life together. Let’s grow, let’s adapt, and let’s reach a helping hand. May the next year be illuminating to you and guide us on the right path.

Compassionately yours, 

David Lee 

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