When it comes to finally getting that idea for a great new medical device into production, the faster you can move, the better. Even if you are an established San Clemente firm, sometimes you need a helping hand with a project that requires specialized engineering skills, or maybe your in-house team just has too much on their plate to take on something new. REV.1 Engineering, based in nearby Murrieta, is a medical device research & development company that has the broad experience to take any project, at any stage, and run with it to completion. If you are experiencing a slow-down in San Clemente, look to Murrieta’s REV.1 Engineering team to get you back on track. In the competitive world of medical device development, time and money are usually your enemies. But if you start off fast from Day 1, time becomes your ally, meaning less funding is often required to get your product to the finish line. These are the three barriers-to-speed we see most often – and the three we always avoid!
- Unclear product development plan. When your product requirements feel uncertain, development is uncertain… and often grinds to a halt.
- Abundance of one type of resource, shortage of another. If you’ve got a lot of great engineers, but no on can manage the machine shop, it’s tough to get your medical device design moving.
- Trying to manage it all yourself, or with a small in-house team. As a CEO or R&D VP, you’ve got a lot of first priorities on your plate. Sometimes it’s just too much to manage the technical aspects of your product development – or if you’re working with an in-house team, maybe that next big project has been on the back burner too long. Spreading yourself or your team too thin is a challenge that inevitably slows you down.
Time will either be your enemy or your friend. With REV.1 you CAN beat the barriers to speed as you go 2x Faster than building an in-house development team. Give us a call at 951.696.3933, connect with us on LinkedIn, or send us an email at email@example.com, and put your San Clemente medical device development project on hyperspeed today.