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Meet the 2019 UpKeep Awards Winners – Alto Products Corp Engineering & Maintenance Team, Most Innovative Reliability Program Award

Ryan Chan

The winners of the first-ever UpKeep Awards are in!

First, thank you to all of the nominators who took the time to submit their friends, colleagues, and teammates for consideration. Your recognition of your nominee’s hard work continues to inspire us, and we’re so proud to support you in honoring them. Second, this group of nominees was especially impressive because of the breadth of industries in which they work. To name a few – manufacturing, food production, hospitals, facilities, hotels, are all sustained by the list of nominees below.

Today, we are ecstatic to announce the 2019 winners and grand winners of each of our three award categories: the Biggest Impact Award, the Up-and-Comer in Maintenance and Reliability Award, and the Most Innovative Reliability Program Award. You can find the full list of winners here.

We’d like to shine a special highlight on every single winner and grand winner. Without further ado…

Meet the Alto Products Corp Engineering & Maintenance Team, Grand Winner of the Most Innovative Reliability Program Award!

Most Innovative Reliability Program Award:

This award is for the team who has embarked on an innovative reliability program this year. The Most Innovative Reliability Program Award goes to a group that is challenging norms – internal and external to its company – and exemplifying the desire to improve processes. 

The Engineering and Maintenance team at Alto Products Corp. is an essential part of the company’s overall mission and function. Because of their team, Alto remains an ISO/TS16949:2009 and ISO14001:2004 certified manufacturer.

This team’s nomination actually came as an internal nomination within UpKeep!

UpKeep was the first CMMS they used after transitioning from a non-digital system of work orders and preventative maintenance. The Alto Products Engineering & Maintenance team is continuously looking to improve their workflow efficiency, to reduce asset downtime, and increase the value of a CMMS to their team & organization. With UpKeep, they are constantly looking to optimize how the CMMS serves these goals. They constantly provide valuable feedback that has driven many of UpKeep’s current capabilities. Currently, the team is exploring how sensors will take their team to the next level in maintaining highly sophisticated robotics!



We can’t wait to see how you all continue to uplevel your maintenance and reliability practices for your organization!!

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