In this PTC guest post, Michelle Boucher shares Four Ways Medical Device Companies Can Become More Profitable. As companies plan for 2017, medical device companies should consider these four suggestions to help them improve margins. The post touches on topics such as the cost of compliance, the Case for Quality, and considerations for the impact of IoT.
Michelle Boucher shares tips for designing IoT products and systems by using model-driven IoT code in this PTC guest post. As a result of reading this post, you will have a better understanding of how this can be a helpful step for those looking to incorporate the Internet of Things (IoT) technology in their products. Many products
Tech-Clarity’s Medical Devices Manufacturers Software Selection Guide helps manufacturers identify the right buying criteria for software solutions to support developing, producing, and servicing medical devices. This buyer’s guide also takes into account unique needs for medical device companies including regulatory compliance and support for the FDA’s Case for Quality. Tech-Clarity’s Buyer’s Guides go beyond software functionality to
Michelle Boucher will participate on a webinar for medical device companies on Thursday March 16, 2017 at 11:00 AM EDT. In addition, IEEE Spectrum’s Dexter Johnson will moderate this webinar. During the webinar, Michelle will share medical device industry trends. She will also offer advice to efficiently manage regulatory compliance and discuss the implications for the Case for Quality. She will
Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new survey on 3D Printing / Additive Manufacturing. The survey also covers design topics that can help such as scan / polygon data. How can 3D printing help? What should you consider when selecting solutions? What steps should you take to adopt it? When during
Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in this new CAD survey. Have you migrated from 2D to 3D? Switched from one 3D CAD tool for another? Have you considered getting even more from your 3D models with model based design? Or have you stuck with the same approach? Do you work with multi-CAD data?