Distech Controls honoured for successful management model
November 9, 2016 | By HPAC Magazine
Distech Controls, is the Gold Award Recipient in the Quality and Project category of the 2016 Canada Awards for Excellence. The win rewards Distech’s management model for continuous improvement and the achievement of significant operational results, as determined by stringent requirements of the Canadian Framework for Excellence.
This national award follows Distech Controls’ receipt in November 2015 of the Grands Prix québécois de la qualité, the highest distinction given annually by the government of Quebec, with regards to the quality of management systems and global performance.
“Distech Controls is driven by its vision of delivering innovative solutions for greener buildings through our passion for innovation, customer satisfaction, sustainability and, of course, quality,” said Martin Villeneuve, president of Distech Controls. “We work diligently to ensure that superior products and services are provided via our total quality practices and business intelligence system, 100 per cent customer satisfaction program and our responsiveness to our clients worldwide. To have this commitment be recognized with such a prestigious award is truly an honor for the entire team.”
Shirlee Sharkey, chair of Excellence Canada, stated: “We are so very proud to bestow Canada Awards for Excellence upon this year’s remarkable recipients. Our award recipients are role models of excellence in the areas of leadership, governance, strategy, planning, customer experience, employee engagement, innovation, and wellness. We applaud their outstanding achievements.”
The awards were presented at the 2016 Performance Excellence Summit and Canada Awards for Excellence on Tuesday, November 1 at The Carlu in Toronto, ON. The Patron of the Canada Awards for Excellence program is His Excellency, the Right Honorable David Johnston, C.C., C.M.M., C.O.M., C.D., Governor General of Canada.
Established in 1984, the Canada Awards for Excellence is an annual awards program that recognizes outstanding achievements by organizations in the private, public, and not-for-profit sectors, from coast-to-coast across Canada.