Our product development team is composed of experienced engineers from all disciplines needed for turn-key product development: electrical engineers, PCB designers, software engineers, mechanical engineers, and test engineers.Learn More
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Indesign, LLC uses a proven process for new product development to deliver your projects on schedule, with high product quality, and within your budget requirements. Our product development process removes risk from your new product development. Give us a call today at (877) 561-0274 or contact us online.
Indesign’s ISO certified quality management system divides the overall product development process into several phases with key activities defined for each engineering discipline in each phase. We schedule design reviews with you at critical points in each phase of development to assure that the project is proceeding as desired. A complete list of all project activities is typically tracked in a detailed project schedule format, such as a Microsoft® Project schedule.
Indesign’s product development process is very flexible, adapting to meet the needs of your own internal processes. Indesign has used its product development process in projects involving more than 100 different clients, ranging from start-up companies to Fortune 100 companies.
Our product development process was designed for complete product development projects, beginning with product concept development and ending with design introduction into manufacture. However, this process can be used not only for full turnkey product development but also for subsets of the product development activities.
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