The feasibility phase addresses two questions. First, can your design be made into a manufacturable product? And, second, how will you sell your product and to whom? Validating the feasibility of manufacturing a new product is the next chapter in our series by Mike Freier on how to take a new hardware product from idea to scale.
As part of PRG’s Ask the Expert series, David Graham and Allen Adolph explain the benefits of using stage gates or a formal process that breaks up large projects into smaller stages or phases. As products progress from prototyping to manufacturing, stage gates allow teams to make effective decisions at critical junctures.
Why is failing to adhere to regulatory compliance one of the biggest challenges when bringing a medical device to market?
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Michael Keer answers how to overcome the specifics of this challenge for medical devices which we see in many companies.
Mike Freier, a PRG Partner, authored a series of blogs about how hardware products transition from an idea, through development, manufacturing and volume sales to their eventual end of life. Join us on this journey and learn how to avoid the pitfalls and risks that companies encounter on their way to a successful product launch.
As we begin 2023 there is still a lot of uncertainty about what this new year will bring to businesses. With multiple layoffs in the tech industry continuing to cause concerns for product development, this blog showed multiple ways to remain competitive – this final part summarizes all the recommendations given previously.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Shirish Joshi gives an opinion on the role DFX plays in designing your product for scale versus prototype.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Howard Edelman gives an opinion on the benefits that using an agile hardware development process over the more traditional waterfall process.
As part of PRG's Ask the Expert series, Jay Feldis answers how to overcome this challenge which we see in many companies.