Category: Commercialization

Sep 13, 2018 William Crane Commercialization

For OEMs to realize the cost reductions needed to sustain developing and launching new electric vehicle platforms, fresh thinking and new tactics will be required. These 10 strategies can help.

Jul 11, 2018 Andy Tankanow Commercialization

Turn your idea into a tangible product, increasing efficiency, reducing costs, and decreasing risk along the way.

May 5, 2018 Andy Tankanow Commercialization

Do your homework and follow these four guidelines to help you begin the process of successfully launching a new beverage product.

Apr 21, 2018 William Crane Commercialization

Successful product launch platforms empower organizations to collaborate and share commercial information in real time, reducing launch costs and risk while expediting program timelines.

Jan 5, 2018 Tony Lancione Commercialization

Understanding and executing these 7 tips will help your team develop and master a program launch method, increasing its efficiency while reducing risk in the process.

Jun 27, 2016 Tony Lancione Commercialization

The growth of online sales has created the expectation among consumers that the next hot product can be manufactured and shipped immediately. A company’s ability to embrace these demand shifts quickly and adapt to changing consumer needs is a major competitive advantage. However, a company must also consider the costs associated with being reactive to these rapidly evolving consumer demand trends.

Feb 1, 2016 William Crane Commercialization

Talented product designers and engineers today do a wonderful job painstakingly uncovering customer needs by spending countless hours interviewing potential customers about their biggest pains. Tech entrepreneurs then successfully develop painkiller products that address these customers’ needs.

Jan 4, 2016 William Crane Commercialization

Until recently I would have cringed seeing the word “Disruptive” anywhere near “Supply Chain.” This pause for concern is a result of the now common industry phase “Supply Chain Disruption” which is utilized to describe everything from a localized component supply disruption to a global supply disruption with multiple suppliers due to a natural disaster.

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