As a startup Active Spectrum doesn’t have the large budget and extensive resources of its larger competitors. Instead Active Spectrum strives to be smarter and more nimble by embracing new technologies like Collaborate i/o that can leverage their strengths while reducing costs.
When one of Active Spectrum’s top mechanical engineers, David Huang, decided to relocate from California to the East Coast they were faced with a challenge: How do they leverage David’s technical expertise to drive first article inspection, knowledge transfer, and engineering design changes from thousands of miles away? The challenge was particularly acute because they were finalizing the design of a new Micro-ESR product for release to manufacturing. They chose to utilize Collaborate i/o to achieve their goals and keep their project on time and under budget.