Our Goal

A growing company must have an efficient and effective development process in place. We help you create functional and corporate product development plans and have them reviewed, approved, and supported by all the team members.

About the company

Our Scope of Services

New product development is essential to your continued growth, but it can be an arduous and torturous journey through myriad layers of management and approval processes. Often this hinders the development of a idea and can stifle creativity and enthusiasm from within.

Sorensen Strategies offers a model of efficiency and ensures the entire process is streamlined and economical. Industrial design is the core of most businesses. From concept to design to final product, our team can assist you and save you time and money.

By working closely with you, our collaboration enables us to to make intelligent, informed decisions, based on experience to develop and market the most suitable solution for your business. We explore the varied approaches to developing your product. We apply best new practices, materials and processes where appropriate or the opportunity presents itself. Our expertise can help you avoid pitfalls and delays, and get you on the right track for real product development gains.

Key Elements Of Typical Project Plan:

    • Plan summary.
    • Development strategy (key technologies, outsourcing, etc.).
    • Inputs (functional spec, interface spec’s, etc.).
    • Outputs (number of prototypes and their purpose, testing strategy, etc.).
    • Resources (human, equipment, materials, information, etc.).
    • Schedule.
    • Risks and contingency plans.
    • Assumptions and constraints. 
    The amount of detail to be included in the project plan should be appropriate to the scope and risks of the overall project.

    Of all the many elements that go into making a successful project, the most critical is upfront understanding of the product development process and team support. " Karan Sorensen

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