Details, details, details. For Michael Frederick, production analyst at Western Window Systems, attention to detail ensures that mistakes are less likely to happen, tasks are completed on time, and excellence is achieved.
“Michael has the crucial task of identifying mistakes every day,” says Justin Runyan, chief information officer at Western Window Systems. “He’s the first line of defense in corrections to bills of materials and he ensures the right information is sent on to the next department.”
Runyan goes on to say Frederick’s penchant for accuracy and thoroughness manifests itself in the core value of innovation as well.
“He’s always finding new ways to enhance our system and he’s willing to take on what we don’t know to figure out the answers. He takes ownership in tackling complex projects and he does it with a sense of urgency.”
Frederick, who started with Western Window Systems in 2007, was instrumental in the company’s inventory process this year. In addition, his concern for accuracy in all areas makes him a great team player, someone who values the opinions of others and is willing to help out wherever he’s needed.
“He’s a complete professional day in and day out,” says Runyan. “We’re lucky to have him on the IT team.”
Congratulations to Michael Frederick, Western Window Systems’ office employee of the month for February.
Learn more about Michael Frederick by reading his Q&A below:
Where are you from?
What is your favorite sport to watch/play?
I like to watch hockey.
What are your hobbies?
Mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, and geocaching.
Who do you admire?
My wife. She is a neonatal intensive care nurse.
Where do you most want to travel?
The Galápagos Islands.
If money was no object…
I’d divide my time between my wife and being outside doing one of my hobbies.
What’s your favorite family recipe?
My mother’s pot roast.
What’s your favorite movie?
What’s your biggest success up until now?
My current job as a production analyst at Western Window Systems.
What’s your favorite part of working at Western Window Systems?
The outstanding people and the teamwork – I’ve never worked anyplace better.
What’s one fact about you that almost no one else knows?
I was terrible at math throughout high school. It wasn’t until college that I applied myself and excelled. Now I work at a job that involves a lot of math.