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1. OEM Service Processing:
2. ODM Service Processing:
(1) What is the difference between an OEM and ODM?
ODM stands for Original Design Manufacturing, and OEM refers to Original Equipment Manufacturing. An OEM company is responsible for designing and building a product according to their own specifications, and then selling the product to another company or firm, which is responsible for its distribution.
(2) What is the difference between OEM and manufacturer?
Original Equipment Manufacturer or OEM refers to the original manufacturer of a part or a product. An OEM uses its own label to sell its products, although the product may be marketed by a different manufacturer.
(3) What is an OEM agreement?
OEM Agreement: Everything You Need to Know. An original equipment manufacturer, OEM, agreement is used by a company that takes components of products from one or more companies in order to build one product which it then sells under its own brand and company name.
(4) What is an example of an OEM?
Short for original equipment manufacturer, OEM describes a manufacturer who puts together computers made of other company's parts and then sells the product under its own brand name. Good examples of an OEM are ASUS, Dell, Hewlett Packard, and Sony.
1. R & D Process:
(1) What does R&D department do?
Developing new products, or staffed with industrial scientists and tasked with applied research in scientific or technological fields which may facilitate future product development. R & D Department is responsible for innovations in design, products, and style.
(2) What is the difference between R&D and product development?
The difference between research and development and product development is that research and development is the conception phase in the product life cycle, while product development is the entire process of designing, creating, and marketing new products or existing products with new features.
(3) Why is R&D so important?
R&D (Research & Development) plays a very important role in the success of a business. R&D contributes to sustainability of business. Many companies do not understand the importance of R&D until it is too late. It is the R&D function that provides a platform for creativity and innovation to flourish in an organisation.