With a breadth and depth of experience that has seen us facilitate brilliant efforts across the tech and innovation field – you can look to us for a structured and reliable approach. Whether you’re gearing up to take your product into the manufacturing stages, or you’re in search of an experienced team to help facilitate early conceptual development – Procept are the team for you. Below you’ll see a breakdown of how we go about facilitating great ideas and assist in seeing them through to fruition. We encourage you to look to how we have broken down these steps, and how we might best accompany you in your journey.
Using our experience in Product Management and Engineering, we partner with you to define the right product to meet your business goals. We guide you with objective, unbiased feedback produced with lean design techniques and engineering research.
Outcome: Know what your valuable product is, and its viability before you build it.
When you’ve completed research and key feasibility investigations it’s time to build something physical so you can test fundamental outcomes that your product is intending to achieve. Activities include:
A Proof of Concept can validate the technology, confirm market demand or shore up investment. It’s that powerful. This is a vital stage, so we work hard on generating concept work that speaks to the outcomes that are of greatest importance to you and your product.
Outcome: Ability to write clear objectives and a set of design inputs for your product
This stage is intended to deliver a release of the product with most of its features complete. IT can then be tested in its intended environment which is essential in drawing out feedback ahead of final design decisions around hardware, enclosures and software. Depending on your product, activities would include:
Outcome: Product tested in the field. Final design updates known and planned.
This stage is typically the most exciting as your product design is just beginning to reach the final stages. With the implementation of any final updates determined through pilot testing, now our focus will begin to turn to ensuring that the design is not unduly affected by manufacturing. This stage also brings with it the need for compliance and certification testing.
Outcome: Formal release of product that has been successfully tested against Design Inputs.
The transition of your design to volume manufacturing is a watershed moment. Depending on the variety of demands that your product has for quality and reliability (consider medical technology and complex instrumentation), you’ll want to know what to look for in a reliable manufacturing partner. To help customers through this phase we use our experience in manufacturing to work through the following:
Outcome: Product reliably manufacturing at planned volumes.
When a product is live in market there will be feedback from customers, unexpected faults and issues to resolve. Customers end up using your product in ways you never imagined…some of which lead to valuable improvements, some that just break things. To help with this we provide tailored support options so you can still access product expertise when you need it.
Outcome: A product that has technical support when it’s needed.