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White Paper: Defining a Technology Strategy to Support Product Development

Since the later 1980s, manufacturing companies have seen over 3 percent in labor output year on year, with most of this productivty enhancement occuring because of the optimization of repetitive tasks. While those productivity gains are impressive, they haven’t translated that well to the product development processes for all companies.

Considering that product development cycles continue to shrink, its important that businesses that want to keep up with the pace of cutting edge product development teams make their product development process as productive as possible. But how is that done?

One of the most important aspects of improving product development processes is ensuring that your team has the right technology strategy to make your engineers as productive as possible.

In this white paper you will learn about:
  • How to assess what supporting technologies you’ll need to improve product development productivity
  • Understanding product development sub-processes and interfaces.
  • What types of productivity gains you can expect by bringing the right technology into your product development scheme


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