Avoid Product Launch Failure: Best Practices for Aligning Your Engineering and Quality Teams

On Demand Available until September 21, 2017

Creating quality products in our fast-paced world isn’t easy. Today’s leading companies face greater challenges with shorter development cycles, distributed supply chains, and greater product complexity. Mechanical, electrical, software, and other design teams must work together to support agile, lean, and hybrid development processes. What can your product team do during the development phases to improve product launch success rates?

On Wednesday, September 21st, join Tech-Clarity President Jim Brown and Arena Product Marketing Manager Ann McGuire for a lively discussion and look into the best practices for aligning your mechanical, electrical, software and quality teams throughout the entire product lifecycle for maximum results.

In this Webinar, you will learn:

• Why product launch failure rates are growing in many industries
• How companies are removing barriers between design teams
• What to do if you want a single cohesive development-to-production process
• Tools to ensure your high quality products get to market on time

Sign up today for an interactive dialogue that will provide insights into best practices for innovation and avoiding product launch failure.

Jim Brown, Founder and President, Tech-Clarity

Jim Brown is the founder and President of independent research firm Tech-Clarity. Jim is a recognized expert in software solutions for manufacturers, with over 25 years of experience in application software, management consulting, and research. He has extensive knowledge about how manufacturers use Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) and other enterprise applications to improve business performance.

Ann McGuire, Product Marketing Manager, Arena Solutions

Ann brings more than 20 years of PLM and Document Management experience to Arena. Her roles have been outbound: pre-sales support, sales, implementation, and training. Ann established an implementation methodology that enabled fixed scope, fixed price implementations. These implementations challenged the enterprise software industry norm of open-ended, widely scoped, many year implementations. Ann believes in challenging current processes to define new products that address clients’ common Product Data related challenges, giving those clients an edge over their competition.

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