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Infographic: How to Beat Your Competition in Product Development

New product development and introduction is a structured, strategic process that brings product innovations to market efficiently, predictably and on time. We surveyed over 150 companies to identify Top Performers to determine how they have succeeded at new product development. We boiled all the responses down to one easy to read infographic.

Download this infographic and see at a glance how Top Performers:
  • Hit their targets
  • Reduce time to market
  • Apply digital approach to processes
  • Integrate product development with introduction
  • Apply agile lightweight systems

About the Author:

Jim Brown is the President of Tech-Clarity, an independent research and consulting firm that specializes in analyzing the business value of software technology and services. He has over 20 years of experience with roles in management consulting, the software industry and research. His industry experience has gained him first hand knowledge of software for manufacturing industries, including PLM, ERP, quality management, service lifecycle management and supply chain management.

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