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Time to Market


The “Time to Market” Optimization projects try to respond to current challenges that companies face, which are, among others:


• The rapid evolution of products and services:
- The sooner a product is on the market, the sooner high market shares and higher profit margins are obtained
- Search for services with greater added value. Product acquisition + maintenance, after-sales service...


• Customer orientation
- Need to interact with the client to achieve their loyalty
- Improve customer after-sales service
- Collaboration from the initial phases of the project


• Improved operations
- The need to shorten the Lead Times of product launch forces to develop:


  1. Clear efficient and effective processes defined with responsibilities

  2. Multidisciplinary teams that really work

  3. Improvement of product change / variation processes and updates of associated information (impact of change in stocks... and product documentation) 

  4. Good Document Management (not departmental). Here are the concepts of PDM (product data management) and PLM (Product Life Cycle Management)


• Knowledge management
- The rapid development implies the need to take advantage of the knowledge acquired and manage to make it available to everyone involved in the development of the Product, both internal to the company and to suppliers and customers

• B2B connectivity
- Separation of activities between suppliers and clients requires improvement of both external (collaborative design and Project Management) and internal (interdepartmental, operations efficiency...) connectivity


• Growth and globalization
- Manufacturers are forcing the globalization of suppliers to reduce operating and product development costs and simplify processes (greater standardization...)

They help companies to:

• Compete in the new market

• Use appropriate processes and tools

• Achieve higher profitability of assets

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