Jim Brown will present findings from his recent study on New Product Development and Introduction (NPDI) to help companies learn from Top Performing product developers. The webcast will share the strategies, approaches, and enablers they use to drive high profits from their new product initiatives. Learn how the leaders will meet (or beat) their new
How do leading companies develop and launch successful new products? Please share your thoughts in our short New Product Development and Introduction Survey. Tech-Clarity invites you to join a research study on best practices in NPDI. If you’ve already completed the survey –> please share with a colleague or you social media friends using the “Share/Save” buttons above. If
Tech-Clarity’s Jim Brown joined Arena Solutions’ Ann McGuire on a TechBriefs webcast about avoiding product launch failures. Jim and Ann discussed why products fail and what companies are doing to improve product development success across the product lifecycle. The webcast, Avoid Product Launch Failure: Best Practices for Aligning Your Engineering and Quality Teams, is sponsored by Arena
In a new Siemens guest post, What Is an Optimized Product Design? Michelle Boucher discusses how companies use simulation to optimize their products. However, the term optimization came be a bit vague as it means different things to different people. To clarify the term, this post shares additional data from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA
Michelle Boucher shares additional findings from our recent study, Addressing the Bottlenecks of FEA Simulation in this Siemens guest post, How Should You Use Simulation. This guest post discusses some of the the top ways Top Performing companies apply simulation during product development. The post shares additional survey data on the benefits Top Performers report as a result of using simulation.
Tech-Clarity’s research report, Composites State of the Market: Using Composites as a Competitive Advantage, examines survey findings on material trends and composites. Over 240 companies participated in the survey. The research finds that new materials are a significant source of product complexity. The research also finds that of new materials, composites in particular, will see a