22 June 2012
Most medical device companies are growing, but only a quarter are achieving financial significant business performance improvements at the same time. A new research study by UBM Canon MD&DI and its research partner Cambashi reveals that “Advancers” who are achieving rapid growth and improving key financial metrics actually have more product variants and are less focused on traditional cost management than others. The Advancers focus more on improving cost of quality -- not just quality-- and managed to improve an array of operational metrics to do so.
This research shows that most medical device companies find that product innovation and product quality are the top two opportunities for success. New research reveals that as a conundrum, since changing compliance requirements and engineering changes are the top two challenges to quality. Companies are focused on improving plant operations – or for smaller companies – outsourcing them – to improve results and cope with growth. This session will reveal research results for the first time from the new report.
What you will learn:
Date: July 17, 2012
<< Back to News
Connect with Cambashi
If you have an issue or project you'd like to discuss, or want to set up a briefing, please let us know so we can set up a phone, web or in-person meeting.
Cambashi in the PressRead our recently published articles and blogs.
Read the Cambashi Blog
An entire archive of Cambashi insight on exploiting software applications for competitive advantage in the new economy.