Acutec Precision Aerospace, Inc. is pleased to announce that it has received 2018 Association for Manufacturing Technology’s (AMT) 2018 Technology Award for Best Business/Cultural Practices. The award is granted to the organization that “establishes key performance indicators (KPI) in all areas of the operation, developed at the operating level and tied to plant goals.”
“We’re very proud of the work that we have accomplished in the past few years to improve our digital communications,” said Nick Ozorak, Digital Media Specialist. “A key piece of our communications stems from our weekly L10 meetings and Acutec.Web platforms.”
The L10 meeting was developed with CultureShoc, a workplace culture development firm based in Westwood, Ohio. Team members identify, discuss and solve issues, and each meeting is rated from 1 through 10 at the end.
Acutec also has an intranet portal that allows for company-wide communication. All personnel have a computer terminal on which they have the Acutec.Web intranet portal. That portal has an announcement box that has company-wide communication such as visitors, customer feedback, community engagement events, company committee meeting minutes, process changes, quality alerts and monthly letters from the president which allows for commenting.
“Acutec has a comprehensive communication plan that emphasizes intra-team problem-solving,” said Chris Smith, Co-Founder of Lojic LLC. Smith previously served as the IT Administrator of Acutec before co-founding Lojic LLC. with Acutec President CEO and President Elisabeth Smith (no relation) and Lead Software Developer Brett Zook.