1. Vergent Products launches Configure-to-Order Service

    Vergent Products, Loveland, CO, has recently added a new custom service to our full turnkey suite of contract manufacturing and product design services.  Our new Configure-to-Order (CTO) service is a great fit for finished product assemblies that need customization for specific end customers or mar…Read More

  2. Vergent Products Lends Some Hands to the PPE Supply Effort

    Vergent Products recently teamed up with Avid Product Development, a Lubrizol Company, to add extra assembly support for their innovative 3D printed face shield.  Engineers at Avid created a design for the frame of the face shield shortly after Colorado reported its first cases of COVID-19.  Upon …Read More

  3. Product Realization Success! 

    By Paul Boerger, CTO & VP of Engineering HP Digital Entertainment Center (DE100C) For more than 33 years, I've had the good fortune to develop several new products and have worked with great teams to build and launch innovations in robotics, servers, consumer electronics, peripherals, printers, …Read More

  4. Keep Your IoT Systems Safe and Secure

    In the world of IoT, no device is an island.  Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems are designed to connect users, devices, and services that add richness to our digital lives.  Smart lighting, doorbells, thermostats, TVs, cameras, cars, and numerous IoT appliances offer more value today than their …Read More

  5. THE “PAPERLESS” FACTORY – Gimmick or real value?

    by Tracy Ireland Vergent Products' prospective clients are often amazed by our paperless factory but always ask, “What is the real value of this and what does this cost me?” It is easy to perceive it as unnecessary overhead, but a deeper examination reveals our approach delivers real value to cl…Read More

  6. Variation – How Does it Affect Me?

    By Sarah Johnson, CLM, CSSBB Director of Quality and Process Development It is a fundamental truth of the universe that variation is inherent in all things.  You may not have ventured this way to learn universal truths, but here we are.  Why should you care?  In the natural world, variation can b…Read More

  7. 5 Questions About China That Boards Should Be Asking Right Now

    In a Harvard Business Review article dated June 10, 2020 William J. Holstein and Roger M Kenny discuss 5 Questions About China That Boards Should Be Asking Right Now MicroStockHub/Getty Images    U.S.-China relations have not been so tense since before President Jimmy Carter and Chinese leader De…Read More

  8. Five Steps to Defect Free

    June 14, 2020 Let’s face it, mistakes and defects kill schedules, cause unplanned costs, and are just plain frustrating. Is it possible to never make a mistake or eliminate defects? Probably not completely, but much can be done to prevent them. Test and Inspection First, one must put test and insp…Read More

  9. Innovate or Die Trying

    by Paul Boerger, CTO and VP of Engineering, Vergent Products With every passing year, the world gets a little smaller, competition gets smarter, and commoditization climbs higher on the value chain. Perhaps that is life’s way of reminding us that our journeys require growth to be successful in adv…Read More

  10. Manufacturing Product Test

    Thinking about the manufacturing test strategy early in the design process is key to creating an effective and efficient test.  It can be a balancing act to have adequate test coverage while also controlling the manufacturing costs associated with operating the test procedures.   The circuit desi…Read More