Everything you need
to consider when 
implementing product testing

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Ensuring a smooth and efficient supply chain is always a major priority for any organization. To guarantee that product testing is a critical component in the process, read our whitepaper. In it, you’ll read everything you need to know before starting with insourcing and outsourcing. Find out whether insourcing or outsourcing this process is better for your business and learn about the 8 key indicators you should consider when choosing product testing.

Product testing
Product testing

In-house or outsourcing

One of the first questions to ask yourself is whether you want to establish the product testing process in-house or outsource it. Both options offer attractive advantages and disadvantages. If you don’t have the spare time, extra personnel, or understanding of the process at hand,  you’ll likely want to opt for out-sourcing product testing. Although this might be more costly, it offers the advantage of reducing micromanagement and overall stress. On the other hand, in-house product testing gives you more control over the process and independent decision-making.

What you’ll learn in our whitepaper:

Product testing

The benefits of choosing
an external partner

Product testing

The impact of product
testing on your supply chain

Product testing

Costs you can expect 

Find out everything on product testing in our whitepaper!

Costs & capicity

Starting with product testing can be both time-consuming and expensive. You’ll need to acquire the right equipment, allocate space within your company, and have a storage unit available for your products. However, if you decide to outsource product testing, you may incur higher costs over time. Our whitepaper provides detailed information on which option may be more advantageous for you.

Product testing
Product testing

People & Expertise

Product testing requires a specific skill set, access to tools and equipment to carry out the tests, and qualified personnel with expertise in the field. Even if your employees are trained to conduct product testing, they might not have the necessary skills to resolve any issues that could arise during the testing process. In our whitepaper, we’ll discuss whether insourcing or outsourcing works better for you.