➢ Design

Encetech performs its mechanical design services by using international norms such as ASME, TEMA, EN.

Special up-to-date software is used for mechanical calculations, taking into account technical data sheets, design details and related standards and codes.

➢ Project Management

​Encetech offers its customers a professional project management. Encetech establishes effective communication with customers and ensures that projects are delivered at the desired level and within the stipulated time.

Encetech prepares a Project Work Program at the beginning of the project. It determines the start and end dates for the design, material supply, production, quality control, measurement, testing, packaging and shipping processes. This prepared program is updated periodically or upon customer request, including the progress stages of the project, and sent to customers.

Design and Analysis
Customer Satisfaction

➢ Efficiency Analysis

Efficiency as a definition; is to produce the right product or service in the required quantity, at the quality desired by the customer, at the time the customer wants, as quickly as possible, by using the right resources in the right ways.

Productivity analytics is a fundamental strategy that measures whether companies are truly efficient.

Productivity analyzes give businesses clear ideas about what they can change to their employees.

Efficiency analyzes target businesses, enabling them to enter the market where there is a lot of competition more easily and to stay in the long term. It is very difficult for an inefficient business to take place in the market. Thanks to efficiency analysis, companies can make long-term predictions about the future.

The most basic elements of productivity increase;

➢ Increasing the motivation of the employees of the enterprise.
➢ Providing the required trainings in the business and following the training effectiveness
➢ Determination and implementation of saving measures
➢ Efficient structuring of work flow processes.
➢ Creating processes effectively so that no gray areas remain.
➢ Adoption of the recommendation system
➢ Continuous Improvement