Four Ways Medical Device Companies Can Become More Profitable – Guest Post on PTC Blog

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.

Driving Engineer-to-Order Differentiation and Profitability (survey findings)

Driving Engineer-to-Order Differentiation and Profitability, Analyzing Trends and Best Practices in Product Configuration shares survey findings and interviews with leading manufacturers showing how Top Performers achieve higher revenue and profit margin growth through ETO best practice processes and technology. The research shares results of a survey of over 200 manufacturers and analyzes their use of

Preparing Industrial Equipment Manufacturers for Growth

Preparing Industrial Equipment Manufacturers for Growth: Innovating Future Product Lines with Higher Margins identifies how industrial equipment manufacturers can transform their business to a position of growth by implementing a strategy for innovation, without investing in additional resources. With the right approach to innovation, companies will ensure future revenue streams, while managing risk. Getting this right is

Improving Concept Design

Improving Concept Design: Innovating at the Front End to Drive Revenue Opportunities examines the importance of the concept phase. The report reveals survey results highlighting not only what companies can do to improve the concept phase, but also how to take advantage of concept work during later stages of product development. Please enjoy the summary below, or click the report or

The Five Degrees of Product Complexity

Jim Brown presents on this webcast sponsored by Siemens PLM. The presentation examines how manufacturers address the five critical dimensions of product complexity to achieve maximum profitability, and how Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) solutions help manage these five dimensions of product complexity on an enterprise scale, resulting in greater efficiency and better products. Complexities addressed