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Best Practices for Product Lifecycle Management

Best Practices for Product Lifecycle Management
 A new MD+DI ebook sponsored by Sparton provides tips for managing medical devices from the cradle to the grave.

A new MD+DI ebook sponsored by Sparton provides tips for managing medical devices from the cradle to the grave.  

The key to success in the medtech industry is managing every aspect of your product from beginning to end. But while product lifecycle management is easy in theory, it's actually much more difficult in execution.

Medical device OEMs have to consider everything from design and compliance to manufacture in order to manage a product's lifecycle effectively. The process involves parties as diverse as designers, regulatory affairs professionals, and production staff—all of which bring their own goals, expertise, and bias to the table.

To help medical device OEMs navigate this complex landscape, MD+DI presents Technology Roundup: Product Lifecycle Management, an ebook sponsored by contract design and manufacturing firm Sparton.

This collection of articles covers key topics such as product design and development, design to manufacturing transfer, and complex device manufacturing services to help OEMs better manage their products from the cradle to the grave. It includes tips to fast-track medical device development, design for regulatory compliance, smooth the transition from design to manufacturing, and establish stratetic outsourcing partnerships. 

If you're looking to brush up on best practices for product lifecycle management, be sure to check it out.

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