|We represent a client
company as an extension of its business development and market
development functions. This begins with complete understanding of the
client company's situation, objectives, and constraints. We then
represent the client company quietly and confidentially, sifting through
new market developments and new opportunities as is appropriate to the
client, representing the client in initial talks with possible allies,
vendors, and channels. We are continuously looking for new sources of
research and development funding. By a targeted approach for our
customers and by a longer term relationship, we are able to build
technology clusters around the strengths of your company. This enables
us to recommend partnerships with other technology providers and to
enable you to prepare for emerging opportunities as they are developing.
|Proposed and billed on
a per-project and per-milestone basis, project consulting offers a
client company a way to harness our specific qualities and use our
expertise to solve specific problems, develop and/or implement plans,
and develop specific information.
Frequently this is preparing
proposals for specific opportunities with customers. We can also help
connect you with other resources of assistance to aid in the
commercialization of your technology discoveries. Our experience in
import and export compliance and in technology transition will be
beneficial to your progress in developing your intellectual property.
|Group studies available
to selected clients at a fixed cost per unit. A group study is a
packaged and published complete study of a specific market, channel, or
topic. Examples might be studies of developing consumer channels in a
particular market segment or implications of emerging technologies on
existing product lines.
In our previous employment in
industry, this was called competitive technology intelligence. It is the
investigation of open sources such as patents, awarded contracts and
published papers by engineers to determine the emerging technology
threats and opportunities. By cross referencing these sources it's
possible to get a more complete picture of the competition to your
product before you launch into your forecasted market. We may also
discover other market areas that are more lucrative than just the single
offering with one customer.