Watch this on-demand webinar to see how PLAYBOOK helped Arthrex make millions in extra profit, while delivering a higher quality product ahead of schedule.
Arthrex launches its product in half the time netting them millions in extra profit.
Senior managers after their first project was completed in record time using Playbook methods.
RAM implemented PLAYBOOK project management software to meet new product development demands with 50% of its usual staff over 9 months. With PLAYBOOK and a few adjustments to day-to-day project management practices, RAM delivered the same amount of products to market. With three online training sessions, the entire RAM R & D project team experienced the value of real-time information: Increasing project velocity and innovation, while minimizing risk.
Arthrex had 7 months to build a company and launch a product that — based on past experience — would have taken 14 months to bring to market. So how do you develop a highly complex medical device product in a highly regulated environment in half the time, while you’re constantly hiring new people? PLAYBOOK gave Arthrex the tools they needed to create flexible plans, communicate priorities and keep everyone informed. Arthrex achieved their goal of making it to the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons conference, receiving over 150 orders prior to launch. Their early-to-market success netted them millions of dollars in extra profit. Now Arthrex is adopting PLAYBOOK across its organization to support a culture that’s already PLAYBOOK ready!
CONMED, a medical equipment company has been using PLAYBOOK for lean product development and sustaining engineering and quality (CAPA) projects for two years. In the first year, CONMED completed 28 projects in 9 months. CONMED attributes its success to its ability to visualize dependencies and interdependencies made possible with PLAYBOOK. Happily, this year CONMED was able to catch up on its quality backlog and is completely up to date. CONMED employees embrace PLAYBOOK methods and software from day one — all new staff are introduced to PLAYBOOK as part of their orientation. Lean product development is their culture.