On Wikipedia, solutions are mixtures and nothing else.
So if one writes an article about a company that provides solutions, the very least the reader expects to know is what solvent is used and what solute gets dissolved in it; or else what kind of equation solving they offer. On newly introduced pages, one usually finds that vital information to be lacking, leading new page patrollers to believe that the page’s creator had another definition of “solution” in mind, one that warrants considering the entire article promotional and, in the more extreme cases, tagging it for speedy deletion. This latter definition of “solution” is public relations slang that should be avoided in Wikipedia articles.
You don’t say.