Product development leaders are looking for solutions to these challenges. Some have found success in a shift-left strategy. This involves implementing new methods to: ensure system integration; boost design reuse; and employ digital prototyping during the verification, validation, and design phases of development. New processes aren’t all that’s required, however. This shift also requires careful change management.
Lifecycle Insights conducted a survey-based research study, the 2021 Shift-Left Strategy for Electronics Systems Study.
Organizations are looking for better ways to manage shorter schedules, smaller budgets, and more complex product requirements. This study reveals that taking a shift-left strategy offers companies distinct benefits that help mitigate these challenges.