Medical devices cannot be placed on the market without conforming to safety requirements. In the U.S., the responsible regulatory agency for medical devices is the FDA’s Center for Devices and Radiological Health (CDRH). If it is a drug and device combination product, it is the CDER, Center for Drug Evaluation and Research, as well. The…
Connection, collaboration, and transparency are some of the vital components of product development. Syncroness incorporates these qualities into their process to create the best products possible for their clients.
Some of the Vital components of product development are expertise, speed, adaptability, and an unbiased approach. Syncroness embodies all these qualities in its approach to product development, but remaining free from bias is especially important.
The benefits of small batches extend beyond your product development process. Your company’s ability to compete will improve as you gain an increased ability to add new features and eliminate bugs. Your sales force will gain new confidence in their ability to deliver a product that customers need.
As a product development manager, you’re constantly struggling to bring in your projects on time and under budget. The response of most managers is to utilize 100 percent of human capital. Counter-intuitively, high utilization of resources does not correlate with higher performance. Learn why and what to do about it.
You have an exciting idea for a new product that you’re pretty sure the market is screaming out for. You’ve got the capital to bring at least a minimum viable version of that product to the market, so that you can test the waters and raise additional capital. Now you just need some engineers to convert that product from an idea into a reality. Should you build your own team of engineers? Or does it make more sense to engage with a product development company like Syncroness?