Building traceability into medical device development is a critical step to ensure regulatory needs are met, requirements are hit and changes along the way are managed.
Product managers have a responsibility to their team members to plan and execute development projects in such a way that mitigates the need for such soul-crushing marathon sessions, and the successful delivery of a project may depend on taking those steps.
With a new year upon us, product managers can help themselves (and, by extension, their teams) by remembering some basic guidelines and good-sense strategies to ensure day-to-day stress doesn’t snowball.
Product development involves a veritable ballet of deadlines, teams and goals, all of which must be harmoniously synchronized to ensure success.
Tight timelines. Fewer human resources. Rising costs. These are the top challenges the Consumer Electronics (CE) sector faces when it comes to product development, says new data from VDC Research.
Jama Software offers automotive electronics providers better, faster product definition, change management and functional safety verification.
When developing software for industries with rapidly changing regulatory environments, it’s critical that the platforms used are reliable, but also flexible and rigorous enough to remain compliant as requirements and standards evolve.
Facing new ISO safety standards, a Fortune 100 semiconductor company enlisted Jama’s development platform knowing it would help it meet its functional safety requirements.
Consumer electronics manufacturers are facing new hurdles in getting their products out to market and into the hands of customers.
This article series is based on the findings of a VDC Research report, “Developing for Success in Consumer Electronics.” Time-to-market pressures are a constant source of concern for product and software developers. The period between a product’s inception and public release is shrinking, and the dearth of developers, engineers, and coders allocated to tackle this […]