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Design for Manufacturability – High-Tech Industry

Rise in disposable incomes, emerging middle-class, evolving lifestyle preferences, and the penetration of smart devices has contributed to the overall growth of the high-tech electronics manufacturing industry. Some of the design for manufacturability challenges high-tech electronics manufacturing companies face include:

Shrinking Product Life Cycles & Changing Consumer Preferences

  • Shorter product lifecycles as products are becoming obsolete faster, to be replaced by the next big thing
  • Consumer seeking greater performance, better features, and flexibility at the lowest price point possible
  • Changing focus from Products to solutions to Contextual offerings to enable personalized experiences for consumers

Increasingly Complex Supply Chain Structure

  • The high tech value chain has become very complex with many high tech companies relying on external partners to help design for manufacturability and manufacture their products 
  • Face consistent pressure to manage Global Supply Chain Quality and Collaboration
  • Need to have enhanced visibility across end-to-end supply chains to make smarter business decisions

Reducing Product Prices & Shrinking Operating Margins

  • Global competition and new innovations are driving electronic equipment prices down
  • Hi-Tech Manufacturers, suppliers face uncertainty with respect to product margins given intense competition

How DFMPro Can Help

DFMPro- a DFM software solution for high tech industry enables engineering executives to make informed design decisions and identify and address downstream manufacturability, assembly, quality and serviceability (DFx) related issues during early design stage. With DFMPro, high-tech electronics manufacturers can focus on getting to market quickly with high quality, innovative products delivered at a competitive cost

Develop High Quality Innovative Products Faster
  • Designing first time right, avoid downstream manufacturability issues and rework
  • Avoid costly product recalls with high quality products
  • Improve Time-to-Market
Be efficient in R&D and Product Development Bringing in Innovation
  • Remove inefficiencies and reduce costs from all stages of the product lifecycle cycle to improve profitability and shrinking operating margins
  • Knowledge capture & standardization at organizational level resulting in continuous process improvement and reuse
  • Scalable framework for capturing and disseminating manufacturing knowledge upstream
Improve collaboration with global suppliers and Operational Efficiency
  • Capture supplier capabilities and Improve design collaboration between departments, suppliers and vendors
  • Efficient communication with suppliers and vendors help in improving time-to-market
  • Sharing real-time usage data with Manufacturing partners or suppliers to unlock innovation

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