AAEON Honored with 26th National Quality Award
This year marks the 26th National Quality Awards in Taiwan. The purpose of the awards is to recognize businesses that demonstrate high quality management, and is the only award for business quality issued by the Taiwan Executive Yuan. This year, AAEON is honored to receive the “Total Business Excellence-Business Merit Award.”
To receive the National Quality Award, a company must go through a rigorous review process involving eight key points: Leadership and Business Philosophy; Strategic Management; Research, Development and Innovation; Customer and Market Development; Human Resources and Knowledge Management; Information Strategy Management; Process Management; and Business Performance. After two years of constant review, it is thanks to the long-term efforts of colleagues and quality control teams that AAEON is able to stand above their competitors and achieve this highest affirmation issued by the government.
Since its founding, AAEON has always adhered to the business philosophy of people-oriented management with customer-oriented service, through honesty, excellence and innovation. AAEON has implemented international quality verification systems with standardized quality management teams for each department. AAEON has implemented “Environment First” policies through product design, production, and more, helping fulfill social responsibilities. AAEON learns the lessons and leverages the knowledge of embedded computing technology from the past and applies modern techniques, components and vertical markets, allowing AAEON to become a leading manufacturer of AI Ready computing solutions.
Promoting comprehensive quality management is an ongoing task, so with the recognition of the National Quality Award, AAEON will continue to strengthen and improve their quality process to uphold the spirit of the award, “Continuous Improvement, Pursuit of Excellence.” The team at AAEON is dedicated to continuing to provide the highest possible service and products, and continue evolving the industrial computing industry.