How can CPG companies drive higher innovation performance and profitability by embracing the digital thread? Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies live and die by product innovation. Delivering products that anticipate and meet market needs creates consumer loyalty and brand affinity. Developing a profitable product requires the combined knowledge of countless individuals, each contributing their expert
How do leading companies manage their design data and related product development processes? We’re continuing our study. Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in our new Design Data Management survey. This survey is closed, please check back for the finished report.
How do leading companies manage their design data and related product development processes? Please share your experience, thoughts, and lessons learned in our new Design Data Management survey. This survey is now closed. Please check back for the resulting report. The 25 respondents who will win a $20 Amazon gift card have not yet been
Tech-Clarity is conducting a Product Portfolio Benchmark Survey to investigate industry trends and understand how companies apply portfolio management principles, people, process, and tools to their product development and innovation efforts. In addition, we’re researching how the transition to smarter products and the digital enterprise impact PPM. The research is commissioned by Planview, Inc. They’re grateful for
Jim Brown contributed his thoughts on Accelerating CPG Innovation with an Innovation Platform to the Dassault Systèmes 3D Perspectives Blog. He shares his views on the innovation imperative in CPG and how consumer goods companies can take innovation to the next level using a modern Product Innovation Platform (PIP). The post explains how an effective
This infographic shares our research on how Top Performing companies achieve better NPDI performance than their competitors, excelling at revenue growth, margin expansion, and delivering innovative products. The infographic starts by providing a graphical view of the unfortunate truth about new product development, companies miss their quality, cost, requirements, regulatory compliance, project budget, and time