New Product Introduction (NPI)

Fundamentally, the new product introduction (NPI) process is complex. A new product can contain hundreds to thousands of new parts, each of which may involve unique design, specifications, development and other specialized requirements.


Vexos realizes that a successful new product introduction demands that integration of the product design and the design processes align seamlessly with your product strategy. Our NPI process helps customers launch complex products by providing extensive manufacturing, test and engineering expertise.


At Vexos, we ensure our customers get a quick turn on their PCB assembly services and provide both scalability for volume manufacturing as well as the flexibility to respond to your needs — meeting your quality, delivery and price requirements.


Learn more about our new product introduction capabilites:

Vexos EMS Rapid-Prototyping
Silicon Support Services
Vexos DFM/DFT Engineering Services
DFSC BOM Review / Analysis

Complete End-to-End NPI Services

  • DFM (design for manufacturability)

  • DFT (design for testability)

  • BOM review

    • Risk analysis

    • Lead-time analysis

    • Availability analysis

  • Test development and implementation

    • Test strategy/plan

    • Flying probe (FP)

    • In-circuit test (ICT)

    • Functional test

    • Boundary scan

    • Customer supplied equipment

  • PPAP (production part approval process)

  • PFMEA (process failure modes and effects analysis)

Proven NPI & Transfer Process

When you partner with Vexos, you will receive the benefits of experience with launching new products by leveraging our learned best practices, knowledgeable resources and unique global footprint. Vexos’ proven NPI process helps OEMs launch complex products by providing quality manufacturing and superior engineering services as well as flexible NPI program management methods and world-wide logistics.

Vexos New Product Introduction (NPI)

Contact us for more information about our NPI services to help you launch your next product to the market.