7 Best Practices for New Product Introduction

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You’ve probably heard before how establishing a solid plan for new product introduction (NPI) can help you meet cost, quality and scheduling goals, but the benefits don’t stop there. A good new product introduction plan is the foundation of any successful product launch and often helps boost sales and encourage company growth down the road.

If you’re about to launch your product, the tidbits of advice and guidance in the newest and free Product Realization Group (PRG) whitepaper—New Product Introduction: Seven Best Practices—are for you. In this whitepaper, you’ll find the seven best ways to establish a solid new product introduction process and learn how to recognize the red flags to watch out for.

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Establishing a strong NPI plan has a major impact on your bottom line.

For the complete low-down on best New Product Introduction practices, check out PRG’s free whitepaper!

Who is the Product Realization Group?

The Product Realization Group is the first and only one-stop shop for product lifecycle services for the high tech industry. As our trusted partner, PRG has enabled rapid and cost effective introduction of products to the market, regulatory compliance, manufacturing, service, and lifecycle support for over 400 technology companies, and tailors its services to fit the size and profile of each client.

If you’d like more information on the Product Realization Group, visit http://www.productrealizationgroup.com

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Alyssa Sittig
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