Many projects are highly complex and may have thousands of potential fail points when the risks are not taken seriously by an EMS provider or when a project is awarded to the lowest bidder or non-credentialed EMS provider.
The MJS Designs team knows there is a lot at stake with your project, whether it is a simple circuit used in a camera system or an advanced technology being used in a life-saving medical device. Risk mitigation is the bi-product of the MJS Designs ‘standard, with credentials, training and quality control.
Let’s start with credentials.
While there are literally thousands of certifications and ISO standards available in the manufacturing world, some are specific to electronics manufacturing and should tie directly to the type of projects the EMS provider is accepting.
In the case of MJS Designs, we hold the following company and staff certifications.
When certifications are leveraged, kept up-to-date and complimented with a culture of training, the potential risks to the customer is greatly reduced.
Product testing is another way companies reduce risk.
Many customers choose to include test solutions as the final step of risk mitigation in the manufacturing process. Testing reduces or eliminates field failures before they happen and before the product is in the hands of the end user. Rigorous testing in some industries, for some projects, is required to mitigate risks. Other projects opt for testing as a testament of their commitment to quality for their end user. Either way, risk and future expense is mitigated through testing and the demand for solid test engineering only increases.
Learn more about the MJS Designs Test Solutions, here.
In our 40 plus year history, MJS Designs has had the privilege of being awarded projects in the communications, government, automotive, industrial, medical, aerospace and semiconductor industries. Reducing customer risk and a commitment to quality are the hallmark of MJS Designs’ Unwavering Standards.
We invite you to talk with our team of experts about your next project and the many ways to reduce risk.