Data Business Constants

by Garth Froese5/16/2014 4:37:00 PM


In Stephen Hawking’s book “A Brief History of Time” (1988, Bantam Books, p. 125), he states "The laws of science, as we know them at present, contain many fundamental numbers, like the size of the electric charge of the electron and the ratio of the masses of the proton and the electron. The remarkable fact is that the values of these numbers seem to have been very finely adjusted to make possible the development of life."   Since that book was authored we have begun to learn the impact of the trillions of cells that make up our identity: each cell with 46 human chromosomes, 2 meters of DNA, 3 billion DNA subunits and approximately 30,000 genes.

These variables all exist within physical constants, in relation to time, within a gravitational constant, and the speed of light.   The fact is there is a very narrow range of values within which these universal fundamentals allow us to live and the universe, as we know it, to exist.

Just as the universe has finely tuned constants, so too PacificEast Research finely tunes its constants to be agile, technically savvy and trustworthy.   We place a high priority on understanding the Customer’s industry requirements in order to provide identity verification products that give our customers a good return on investment.  Therefore, PacificEast Research takes time to identify the highest quality of data accessible, knowing that the Customer’s measurement of success depends upon a slim variance in quality and quantity of results.

We invite our customers to assist us by applying rigorous attention to the quality of every metric in the business of PacificEast and providing us feedback.   We must manage our expertise in such a way whereby we provide the best possible solutions in the business of personal identity information . . . this must be a constant.

“Research” is a key word in our name.   The constants within ongoing development for product refinement, discretionary choices of where we access data so as to align ourselves with the highest levels of compliance and the judiciousness necessary to respect your personal identity information must never waiver.  Only one principle in human relationships establishes a constant with personal identity information; and that is, accountability.   Research demands teamwork.   We invite our customers to test our dedication to these disciplines.  It helps us better serve you and the growing industry of identity verification.

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