An Agile Approach to Hardware That Really Works
Why should you care about our process? It’s less costly. It’s less frustrating. It will save you time.
It can help you:
- Avoid costly mistakes
- Create more useful products your customers will crave
- Develop new recurring revenue streams based on these products
Our agile approach to hardware development gets your product generating revenue and customer feedback faster, which leads to a better product for your customers — and a stronger bottom line for your company.
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Build, Break, Repeat for Faster, Better Products
Too often, hardware is built using an engineering process that’s been in place since the 19th century. Isn’t it time to use today’s tools and capabilities to power a modern engineering process that can solve 21st century needs? Agile hardware can address needs such as:
- Firmware and software leveraging learnings from actual hardware sooner in the process by using an early development platform
- Validating assumptions and solving problems early in the development process when it’s less expensive
- Increased flexibility in choosing components, especially during a global microchip shortage
Our rapid cadence and iterative methodology get your product out into the world and your customers’ hands faster than any waterfall approach. Every hardware engineer has a 3D printer in their office to save time and reduce costs. In one case, we went from a clean sheet of paper to a custom prototype in hand in only 7 weeks. And with real-world input into hardware issues and customer frustrations, we can rapidly improve your product to drive loyalty and revenue with every release.
How Does It Work?
No Silos on Our Side, Less Work on Your Side
Our process is end-to-end, so you never have to waste time or money hiring additional vendors before taking your product into production. Our designers, engineers, and data scientists work side by side to solve problems and minimize delays. Each project team is multidisciplinary and draws on the expertise of Very’s dozens of engineers.Tell Us About Your Project