Taking the holistic route to building devices

Wednesday, June 19th at 10:00 a.m. PT/1:00 p.m. ET

Working with multiple suppliers to build a single user-interface solution is often a frustrating ordeal. Significant resources are lost in managing numerous quotes and purchase orders, alleviating logistical intricacies, battling unforeseen delays, and more. As assemblies are getting more sophisticated by the day, how do you navigate the complexities of product development? 

Today, user interface integration is becoming more of a specialized engineering discipline. With an escalating need to shorten time-to-market, it is almost essential to consolidate your supply chain and streamline operations. Focused on driving efficiency, GMN's experts will bring you the holistic approach to product development on Wednesday, June 19.

During this webinar you will learn about:

  • The changing landscape of user-interface development
  • What is turnkey manufacturing? 
  • Streamlining efficiency with value-added assemblies
  • Design and technical considerations when developing plug-&-play solutions
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Don Maine
Design engineer supervisor, GMN

With 20+ years of experience in quality and design, Don Maine has designed turnkey solutions for diverse industries including medical, aerospace, and automotive. Focusing on display and touch screen integration, and custom enclosure design, he supports customers in the design development and manufacturing of custom user-interface products.

Joshua Stevenson
Product and business development 
manager, GMN

Drawing over a decade of experience in supporting new product development, Joshua guides businesses through prototyping, design for manufacturability, and production validation phases. Currently, his focus areas include supply chain design, complex electronic assemblies, ruggedized constructions, and display integration. 

Neha Toshniwal (Moderator)
Marketing coordinator, GMN

With previous B2B and B2C marketing experience, Neha Toshniwal started working at GMN in August 2017 and has helped support and promote the company's broad range of capabilities and services including technical printing, rapid prototyping, and user-interface solutions.