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White Paper - The State of Product Development and Hardware Design 2019

The most successful companies are usually the ones that never rest. They are always striving to get better, to deliver more innovative products and get them to market faster. So what do today’s product development teams think they’re doing right, and what areas do they consider to be ripe for improvement?

Whether they are launching a new product or manufacturing an improved version of an existing one, what are companies identifying as their top priorities to boost productivity? What obstacles are slowing them down and what can be done to eliminate or reduce those obstacles?

Onshape surveyed 850 product design and manufacturing pros to learn what techniques and strategies they’ve employed to keep ahead of their competition and in this white paper their answers are distilled.

In this white paper you will learn:
  • Why most successful firms develop products at multiple sites, simultaneously
  • What stages of the product development process are most likely to dramatically respond to improvements and new technology solutions
  • How the cloud can help your team management complex product development processes in a more structured manner.


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