We share with you the best practices in bringing your ideas to life: from raw concept, through feasibility studies and prototyping, to advanced manufacturing.
With our extensive competencies in rapid prototyping and manufacturing, we support you by validating your ideas and carrying out market tests with the prototype we deliver, regardless of the volume.
In the most cost-effective way we prepare and optimize the production of even the most challenging electronic devices – from hundreds to hundreds of thousands of units.
Short series? Not a problem. Huge volume? Even better! No matter the quantity, we can do it.
Welcome to our design, development and manufacturing hub, where we apply our craftsmanship to fulfil your requirements. We bring your ideas to life using the knowledge and experience we have gained over the years. Since 1988, VECTOR has been delivering advanced equipment to top players on the telecommunication market.
Project in electronic devices industry, if successful, comes from what the client wants and what the market expects. Between them springs up quality – the bridge between a company and its clients. Quality planning is then answering the question how to deliver what is in demand. But why does it take so much to plan this very process, especially in manufacturing electronic devices, and when to call quality enough?
Working as a Scrum Master comes very close to conducting a symphonic orchestra– it only seems like light and frivolous brandishing the baton. In fact, these merry swings only veneer an arduous endeavor followed by tons of knowledge and multitasking – do not look away from the harp, keep an eye on the piano, what are the strings doing?! It is, thus, enough for one person to conduct the development team, but what happens before one sits on the Scrum Master’s chair?
All you need to know about Scrum is that you plan, do, revise, repeat... Simple, is it not? Three roles in the management and five steps in task tackling - repeat. Repeat until you deliver the ultimate value to your client. It is so concise that even the Scrum Guide itself takes roughly two pages of the offhand writing. And yet, that apparent step-by-step simplicity still brings on too many perplexities to leave it undiscussed. Where, thus, lie pains of Scrum implementation and how to achieve quick wins in it?
Agility of projects in great portion depends on planning, short proceedings and updating the status with a huge space for people’s initiative who are engaged in work. But how to harness this revolutionizing freedom to steer where in fact we want to go with our project? Is Product Owner’s role an answer for communicational struggles in agile management? Why is it essential to have such a person in the company ranks?