VVDN brings in-depth knowledge and expertise in both design services and high-volume manufacturing. In a market where manufacturers rely on third-party vendors for things such as PCB assembly and making mold and plastic for devices, VVDN stands out as an organization that comprehensively manages every aspect, right from creating the designs to developing the final product.
With VVDN’s presence in the USA and India, the company offers complete design, development, and manufacturing services all under one roof. “OEMs typically come to us with a concept, considering the systems, platforms, and technologies we use, and we take care of all of that as a product engineering and manufacturing company,” says Saurav Gupta, VP & GM – Sales (North America), VVDN Technologies. He further explains how OEMs’ preferences have changed over time, considering India as a manufacturing hub. “They want to diversify, and India has always been a preferred place for them to get their product engineering, software and design,” adds Gupta. As a result of that trend, many of the company’s customers who were earlier approaching it for product designing are now even getting their products manufactured through VVDN’s manufacturing facilities in India. This is an outcome of the understanding and knowledge that VVDN has developed around high-volume manufacturing, sourcing, and logistics in the past decade.
Further, as a prominent organization with solid relationships with major Silicon Valley vendors, the company gets access to the latest technologies, an add-on for its clients. VVDN’s ability to leverage innovative technologies proved beneficial when the pandemic struck, as it has accelerated the use of technology across different sectors. “Covid-19 has created a lot of urgent need for various technologies, and we could step up to address that and solve the time to market,” says Gupta. The pandemic has also intensified the ‘make in India’ trend, which led to an increase in VVDN’s business in the last year. Gupta believes that this trend is here to stay and expects that more North American companies will look at engineering offshore development centers in India