Maven for Industrial Companies

Build for the Future

The world is changing faster than ever before, and business is no exception. Venerable industries are threatened as technology disrupts and software “eats the world.” Yet those that embrace change are thriving, building bigger, better, faster, and stronger products than ever before. You are helping to lead the charge; we can help you build on your past successes and prepare for the future. Maven connects leaders at industrial companies with the technical and business expertise they need to stay ahead. We bring the world’s largest pool of on-demand manufacturing, supply chain, engineering, and materials expertise to your fingertips.

Streamline Manufacturing

With former emerging markets maturing and new markets opening, how do you balance manufacturing cost, quality, time-to-market, and capacity? Use our platform to find the on-the-ground manufacturing expertise and local partners you need to ensure you can deliver.

Extend Product Lifetimes

Nothing lasts for ever, but could it last a bit longer? Should you finally put that old product on the shelf, or is there a new application for it yet to be discovered? Chances are there is, and Maven can help you find out. Conduct a quick landscaping study to find new ways of using what you’ve already designed and built.

Choose the Right Partners

They have a hot new product or technology. You have an established customer base and complementary products. But is it the right fit or are there better options? Investments are never easy, but we can help make them easier. Maven began as a research and due diligence service for private equity investors, so we understand how to help investors make smarter decisions. Whether you are considering a small investment or an outright acquisition, you can use Maven to find new opportunities and connect with your targets’ customers, vendors, competitors, and partners to give you confidence.

Industrial companies are currently using Maven to…

  • Form a panel of curtain wall experts and structural engineers to guide development of a new fastening technology
  • Benchmark field performance of oil and gas drill bits versus competing products
  • Identify competitive threats to an aftermarket parts business in emerging markets
  • Find new contract manufacturers for glass components in Eastern Europe
  • Determine the applicability of a new battery technology to underwater autonomous vehicles
  • Evaluate critical design, manufacturing, assembly, and environmental considerations for launching a new sensor product
  • Support customer due diligence for a potential acquisition
  • Hire a signal cancellation expert to lead a spinoff company
  • Discover applications for a new hydrogen sulfide monitoring technology
  • Locate alternative suppliers of a critical power management component after a natural disaster
  • Assess the potential impact of a change in export regulations
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