News & Resources


Come see us at MD&M Minneapolis: September 21-22

July 11, 2016

We’ll be at booth 2233.  Drop by and visit or call Neil Muchin (510-772-0433) to set up an appointment at the show.  We love to bring you up-to-date on our new capabilities or discuss your project with you.

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Avoidable Project Planning Errors for New Product Introductions

June 29, 2016

Learn about three high-risk aspects of new product project planning that are frequently mishandled, often with disastrous consequences for target launch dates.

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Prototyping and Pilot Production Strategies to Accelerate New Product Launches

When racing to beat the competition on a new product launch, every day counts. This white paper discusses how to optimize the development stage  in order to boost revenue and market share.


Three Mistakes that can Kill Your Time to Market

June 14, 2016

In a recent article in MedTechIntelligence, Dan Baril discusses how Concurrent Engineering and Baril’s Parallel Processing Project Management (PPPM) discipline is helping customers dramatically cut time to market for new product introductions.


3 Prototyping & Pilot Production Strategies to Cut Weeks from Production Launches

In an article in MedTechIntelligence, CEO Dan Baril shares his thoughts on how more effective prototyping and pilot production strategies can improve manufacturing readiness levels for new products and cut weeks from launch schedules.


Tips on Contract Manufacturing Strategies to boost margins and cut time to market

In the August edition of MedTechIntelligence, Baril President, Mike Curtis, talks about how medical device manufacturers can cut time to market and boost margins for new product introductions by adopting more sophisticated contract manufacturing strategies.

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Smarter Procurement Strategies for Medical Device Manufacturers

April 20, 2016

To remain competitive in today’s global marketplace, the smartest medical device manufacturers are broadening their perspectives when it comes to contract manufacturing strategies for new product introductions by redesigning their procurement processes to account for more than merely cost per piece.