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Company Structure & Responsibilities

Manager's Preface

Since its establishment in 1979, ATEN is about to enter its 40th year. While striving to shape the industry and achieve good economic performance, we have not forgotten to practice the concepts of corporate social responsibility and sustainable development. In the past few years, the Board of Directors has passed CSR-related policies including "Corporate Social Responsibility Best Practice Principles", "Procedures for Ethical Management and Guidelines for Conduct", and "Corporate Social Responsibility Policy Statement, Regulation and Management System", which repeatedly shows the inseparable relationship between CSR and corporate management while demonstrating the management team's determination towards the execution of CSR in a systematic process.

Global competition is ever-growing, and ATEN is also facing many challenges in KVM and Pro A/V markets. Regardless, with the continuous efforts of all our colleagues, the consolidated revenue in 2017 grew slightly from the previous year, reaching NTD 4.947 billion in total. The gross profit maintained at its high standard of 59.1% and the after-tax earnings per share was NTD 6.08. We did not disappoint our shareholders with regards to financial performance. With respect to the rights and interests of other stakeholders, we have paid close attention and continued to in actions for establishing mutually beneficial and prosperous relationships. For example, ATEN has repeatedly been listed on the "Taiwan High Compensation 100 Index" proposed by Taiwan Stock Exchange Corporation (TWSE) with the purpose of encouraging companies to raise salaries and maintain long-term competitiveness. ATEN raises salaries annually and aside from encouraging employee morale, it demonstrates the importance we place on our stakeholders' interests as well, considering both CSR and investment efficiency.

United Nations' 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) identified 169 target indicators from problems faced by the three major aspects of "economic growth", "social progress", and "environment protection" that urgently need to be solved, to serve as guiding principles for national cooperation and practice. After reviewing our internal sustainable development, business capabilities, stakeholders' degree of concern towards CSR issues, and other factors, ATEN decided to focus response on these 10 goals: Zero Hunger; Good Health and Well-being; Quality Education; Gender Equality; Decent Work and Economic Growth; Climate Action; Life below Water; Life on Land; Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions; Partnerships for the Goals. We have made environmental and corporate sustainability possible through the continuous promotion of a mutually beneficial and prosperous relationship between the company and its stakeholders. This allows us to have more foresight while responding to UN's 17 SDGs, making mankind's well-being our responsibility and jointly establishing a global village of equality, happiness and harmony.

CEO & Chairman of the Board


Company Structure

ATEN Company Structure

President OfficeBusiness plan implementation and integration; overall business strategy planning for ATEN and its subsidiaries.
Global Legal & IPR CenterContract review and management, IP strategy and other legal matters.
Information Center
  • MIS system planning, deployment and management.
  • Information system program development and maintenance.
  • Database and information security maintenance and management.
  • Software and hardware equipment appraisal, deployment and troubleshooting.
  • Provision of training and guidance for IT personnel.
  • Document flow management, and data maintenance and management.
Global Human Resources Center
  • Formulation of human resources strategy; personnel system establishment and promotion.
  • Recruitment, appointments and dismissals, training, compensation, performance review, promotion and transfer, incentives and punishments, etc
  • Implementation and management of employee relationship operations (including labor-management consultative meetings, guidance, etc.)
  • Industry-wide human resources analysis and formulation of response strategies.
Internal Audit DepartmentInternal control systems and implementation of auditing operations for ATEN and its subsidiaries.
Environmental Safety Office
  • Formulation of occupational injury prevention plans and emergency response plans, and provision of guidance to relevant departments with regard to plan implementation.
  • Employee health examination planning and employee health management.
  • Other matters relating to health, safety and environmental management.
Overseas Business GroupSupervision of overseas subsidiaries.
Sales Division IMarket development for East Asian and Pan-Asian markets.
Sales Division IIMarket development for Russia and Eastern European markets.
Sales Division IIIMarket development for Australia, New Zealand, and South Africa markets.
OEM DivisionOEM business development.
R&D DivisionHardware and software product design and development, industrial design, coordination of global R&D resources, upgrading of the R&D environment and R&D capability planning.
Manufacturing DivisionProduction and production process planning, continuing improvement, and strengthening of production technology capabilities.
Quality Assurance DivisionHandling of quality assurance, quality system, import/export and payments and receipts management, etc.
Procurement Division
  • Purchasing of raw materials and components.
  • Identification of potential new suppliers, and supplier appraisal.
  • Purchasing monitoring and documentation management.
  • Production facility goods inward and billing operations.
Global Marketing Division
  • Corporate image building, product marketing and brand development.
  • Brand and product strategy planning, market trends analysis and distribution channel strategy planning.
Global Customer Service DivisionCustomer service, RMA maintainance, e-support platform, technique support, technique trainning and verification and solution consultation and execution.
General Management Division
  • General affairs, fixed asset purchasing, etc.
  • Cash flow management and financing planning, bank transactions, receipts and expenses, and short–and long-term investment management and consultation.
  • Compilation of managerial reports, compilation and analysis of financial statements, budget planning and analysis, tax and transfer pricing planning and implementation, and provision of advisory and planning support for accounting issues of subsidiaries.
  • Information Disclosure, investor relations management, matters relating to board meetings and shareholders´ meetings, and capital market operations.
  • Overall planing and implementing general affairs of subsidiaries.