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White Paper: Upchain Connects the Value Chain to Accelerate New Product Introduction

Conventional thinking has us believe that products are conceived, developed, and made by the product brand owner’s engineering teams. Yet increasingly, final manufactured products are designed and built by a diverse distributed network of individuals and teams—the product stakeholder network.

This means that the engineer who designs the final product must design-in other companies’ components and sub-modules. They must research, evaluate, and select the products that meet the design specifications, then bring in, or recreate, referenceable geometry and metadata so that the complete design can be engineered and documented for downstream processes like quality inspection, procurement, and manufacturing.

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