You have a great new technology. Your breakthrough idea is ready to disrupt the market and your stakeholders are ready to see the sales roll in. The only problem? How are you going to put together enough piece parts to produce a functioning prototype?
The process to ensure successful Medical Device Assembly for Medical programs begin when the program is accepted. When you outsource a Medical Device to a Contract Manufacturer, follow these 6 critical steps to guarantee the success of your program once it's transitioned over to the full-scale assembly phase.
We've shared the importance of having an NPI, or New Product Introduction, division when integrating your technology to a Contract Manufacturer–you can read about that here. However, for this blog post, we're going to focus on how the critical steps taken during the on-boarding phase within a NPI group will drive the success of Medical Device projects down the road.
How mature is your design, and what is your main focus in preparing your build for the next phase? We've broken down the three main indicators we look at, as a Full-Service Contract Manufacturer, while assessing a customer's design: Cost, Quality, and Delivery. Read on to find out where you should be focusing your efforts, and where we see most customer's trying to focus their efforts on.