How does our 25-year history of collaboration with LORD Corporation benefit our Partnership Accounts? Put another way, why would you simply order direct without bringing in the 25-years of cooperation and know-how developed during this long-standing relationship? Are you really saving time and money? Let’s check out this assumption and see if it passes the fallacy or fact test!
The Tee Up: How applying the Idea to Ignition™ methodology to the SigShield™ product realization process helps us get it right the first time.
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Can a 4-step manufacturing methodology lead to better results? Tell me more about how Idea to Ignition™ works at Modus®! What’s in it for you? Ultimately, we’re trying to help our readers understand how our Idea to Ignition™ methodology plays a significant role in helping get it right the first time for customers. The thinking is that acting with speed and precision helps position not only Modus Advanced, Inc. as the Obvious Choice, but it also positions our customers for success. We deliver therefore our customers can execute on their promises!
The Bare Bones Tee Up: There is no more impactful way to explain what the SigShield™ product realization process is than to show you real-life examples of companies that leverage the SigShield™ process to get it right the first time.
Purpose of This Post:
Blogs, white papers, videos and pillar pages talking about machined RF shields - the idea is or was to start creating inbound content in 2019 to attract more people to our website. It’s my understanding that if we did a good job publishing content, our engineering friends would somehow just get it and start specifying our products and services. In case you didn’t know, our customers are supposed to be 60% sold by the time someone from Modus™ actually talks with them! I absolutely love the idea, but in today’s content overloaded world, I’m not convinced the model works.