Mentor and Aberdeen Paper: Best Practices for Electronics Design Executives


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In the face of growing business pressures and internal challenges, electronics product development is fraught with risk. There are, however, certain best practices that reduce these risks if they include a fully integrated and optimized multi-domain solution—supporting mechanical, electronic, electrical, and software.

Mentor, a Siemens business, and the Aberdeen Group collaborated on this report, which provides best practices based on primary research conducted with industry practitioners, giving managers valuable insight into the processes of the most successful companies in electronics design.

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