Product Development Process Improvement

Value Realization Assessment

Leading companies realize the value they receive for the time and money they invest in an improvement project. The project’s actual ROI—return on investment—should also be determined. If the project achieves its business goals, then we believe it is crucial for those in the company to be made aware of that, in order to:

  • Feel a sense of satisfaction (achievement of goals)
  • Use this as an example for when another improvement project is proposed, so those stakeholders would readily embrace it
  • Use this as an example to other parts of the company, so they, too, look for ways they can improve

With the following whitepaper, discover how Saratech can help you determine if your improvement project will deliver expected benefits with a value realization assessment (VRA).

About Saratech

Saratech is an engineering company focused on helping manufacturing companies of all sizes solve product development problems. Over half of our 90+ team members are degreed engineers and we use the technology we sell in our own production environment. Whether it’s design, analysis, data management, or manufacturing improvement, we get customers to where they need to be. We are headquartered in Southern CA with sales and technical staff supporting customers across the United States.

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