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Strategic Outsourcing for Medtech OEMs

Strategic Outsourcing for Medtech OEMs
A new MD+DI ebook sponsored by Cirtec explains how strategic outsourcing partnerships can help you cut costs and fuel innovation.

A new MD+DI ebook sponsored by Cirtec explains how strategic outsourcing partnerships can help you cut costs and fuel innovation.

The medtech industry today is changing rapidly, with products growing increasingly complex and competition getting stiffer. At the same time, medtech OEMs are fighting a war for talent. In this challenging landscape, what's an innovator to do?

The answer is outsource. You can't do it all yourself, so why try? Forging strategic alliances with contract partners whose strengths complement your own is essential to doing business.  

A new MD+DI ebook, Strategic Outsourcing for Medtech OEMs, sponsored by Cirtec Medical Systems explains how medical device industry leaders are using strategic outsourcing to their advantage. Articles cover strategies for cutting costs and amping up innovation hrough contract partnerships.

In this 17-page ebook, you'll learn about the following:

  • Why medtech OEMs need outsourcing more than ever.
  • How to cut costs by transferring product lines to a contract partner.
  • How strategic outsourcing partnerships can fuel innovation.
  • How to decide if a contract partnership can help you avoid a costly plant expansion.

If you're looking to establish an outsourcing partnership or expand agreements you already have, be sure to check it out.

Jamie Hartford is MD+DI's editor-in-chief. Reach her at [email protected] or on Twitter @MedTechJamie

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