Ask the right questions to ensure tech longevity

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Building long-lasting tech is something that some manufacturers have lost sight of over the years. But what is ‘long lasting?’ We’ve likely all said or heard the idea that ‘they just don’t make ‘em like they used to’, and that can ring true everywhere from consumer electronics to specialised technology products.

What does it mean for a company to be truly committed to the longevity of its technology? It’s important to ask the right questions at every stage of the product development journey to ensure that customers and investors are getting what’s promised and that that product will be fit for purpose for years to come.

In this article on the Nasdaq, Nicholas Svensson, SMART Technologies CEO, explores the idea of designing, engineering, and building products that are created to last. See what it means to ‘walk the talk’ on ensuring that customers’ – and thereby investors’ – money is safe in tech.