Product Development

Product Development


KUNCHAM Software Solutions Design House product development life cycle from idea to market covering both hardware design and firmware development.

Developing a new product or service for the market. This type of development is considered the preliminary step in product or service development and involves a number of steps that must be completed before the product can be introduced to the market by using various platforms like HTML, JAVA, .NET, PHP.

This strategy is employed when a company's existing market is saturated, and revenues and profits are stagnant or falling. There is little or no opportunity for growth. A product development diversification strategy takes a company outside its existing business and a new product is developed for a new market.

Product Development
  •   Description of the original idea in a formal technical form (verbal requirements).
  •   Investigation of the existing prototypes and/or models that match the idea.
  •   Comparative analysis of existing implementations.
  •   Proposal of implementation and materials options.
Functional Requirements
  •   Development of hardware functional specification.
  •   Development of software and firmware functional requirements.
  •   Analysis of the third-party requirements documentation.
Architecture Design
  •   Development of the system architecture concept.
  •   Design of the mechanics parts/molding of the system.
  •   Development of hardware design documentation (including FPGA design).
  •   Development of the detailed software design specification.
  •   Analysis of the third-party design documents.
Hardware Modeling
  •   Schematics design.
  •   PCB Layout Design.
  •   Re-engineering and repairing.
  •   Samples & Prototypes Assembly.
  •   Product prototyping (including all types of mechanics, hardware, software and the whole system prototyping).
  •   Mechanical parts manufacturing (including molding/press forms manufacturing).
  •   Hardware development.
  •   Software and firmware coding.
  •   System integration (software with hardware and mechanics).
  •   Porting of an existing system to a new hardware platform.
  •   Product certification (preparation of hardware and software for further certification process) System Optimization.
  •   Optimization of system performance, usability, cost, time to market and more.
  •   Analysis of the third-party implementation with suggested improvements.
  •   System benchmarking documentation.
  •   Creation of a sophisticated test system to verify a product on each life cycle stage.
  •   Development of testing documentation.
  •   Remote hardware test system setup to allow customer run their own applications in a sophisticated hardware/software environment.
  •   Quality improvement by analyzing the third-party products for existing caveats and issues, and performing the corresponding debugging.
Transition to Manufacturing
  •   Schematics design.
  •   PCB Layout Design.
  •   Re-engineering and repairing.
  •   Samples & Prototypes Assembly.
  •   Debugging of the known problems.
  •   Development of an ECO system by developing additional demo applications that can be used as a starting base for the system development.
  •   System upgrades (new hardware, new software, new mechanics, etc.).