High Tech Electronics is one of the most complex and fastestmoving sectors in the world. Vendors must develop new products and product versions quickly and continuously, while dealing with pricing pressure and increasingly stringent governmental regulations on electrical and electronic equipment.
Overall the high tech industry value chain can be classified between semiconductors and contract manufacturers and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs). Traditionally semiconductor companies supply manufacturers with thousands of other components to manufacture a device. Then the software companies or embedded software providers develop the platform or software that is later installed in systems to provide life to the device.
Developers and manufacturers of electronics products face increasing competition around the globe. Compounding this challenge are new environmental regulations that must be met. To meet these demands while maintaining profitability, electronics and high tech companies must accelerate product innovation and introduction,reduce costs and improve quality while ensuring regulatory compliance.
High tech manufacturers are trying to overcome these challenges through innovations, launching new products and services, forging new partnerships, and acquiring new capabilities through mergers and acquisitions.
High Tech companies can drive product innovation by designing right to market and publishing product information early and often to sourcing, supply network and outsourced manufacturing partners. Accelerate product launch and ramp by reducing the number of change iterations, providing real time visibility of product information to supply and manufacturing partners, and enhancing collaboration Manage product cost and risk by integrating with suppliers and design for total cost early in the product lifecycle and getting full visibility and control over costs through a complex product value chain Improve product quality.
and environmental compliance by aggregating and analyzing quality and service issues across products, incorporating learnings into next generation products and managing Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment (WEEE) and Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) requirements for lifecycle environmental compliance Enable outsourced design and manufacturing operations by controlling intellectual property, leveraging a complex product value chain and integrating outsourced partners into product level business processes
At SteepGraph, we understand your Business Goals, Business Processes and Challenges. We have vast experience serving customers in Industrial Equipment industry. It helps us to understand industry’s business processes, functional best practices, compliances & standards, growth hindrances and key challenges of the industry. Apart from industry functional knowledge, SteepGraph has specialized skills in Enterprise Software and IT infrastructure related to PLM (Product Lifecycle Management), Business Process Management, Project Management, Product Data Management, Collaboration, Efficiency Improvement, Supplier Management and Enterprise Resource Management.
With Conglomeration of Industry skills and Software skills, SteepGraph helps its customers to achieve measurable growth and competitive edge with consulting, Lean Enterprise Process Implementation, Enterprise Software Integration, Training and Support.