A Web 2.0 method of combining Risk Management, Requirements Management, Voice of the Customer, Test Management, and Cost Management in medical device product development
This event is designed for anyone involved in medical device product development. The purpose of this webinar is to give you an introduction to Web 2.0 technology and how it can improve product development and make the important functions like requirements management and risk management more accessible to every member of the team.
Take advantage of new Web 2.0 technology to create a unified model for your product development process. Eliminate the problem of independent silos in your process by combining many common product development tasks in one systems engineering environment. See how companies today are using the latest in Web 2.0 technology to power their medical device product development with:
- Automatic generation of compliance deliverables such as the Product Requirements Document
- Step by step web templates to guide users through each process step
- Real time linking and tracing from VOC to Requirements to Specifications to Tests to Risks to Costs to Analysis and more
- Analytical evaluation of requirements satisfaction from automated transfer functions
The new web based approach to product development opens up access to all engineers. Archaic, pre Web 2.0 software for requirements management and risk management is limited to a very few expert users. This immediately causes isolation of information and a poor understanding of the total system. Web 2.0 technology opens up functions like requirements management and risk management to everyone on the product development team. This allows for multiple, simultaneous, remote users to share requirements, risk (and all other) information real time throughout a project and even across multiple projects. The number one benefit of a Web 2.0 approach to product development is a system that guides engineers step by step; a system engineers will WANT to use.
Join us as we walk through a real time example of how Web 2.0 is changing the lives of medical device product development teams worldwide.
Find out how Cognition can help you navigate product development with Web 2.0 technology at http://www.cognition.us