Helping Mature Startups Get to Market Faster with Better Products

Our experienced product development team is the perfect complement to any well funded, technically mature startup that is ready to develop their product for manufacturing and sales. Our wealth of experience and breadth of contacts provide companies that need to move fast and solve tough engineering problems with an on-demand engineering resource. Reviewing an electronic design

Every service and capability mentioned on this website is applicable to startups. The difference is that we use our experience from our strong involvement with the startup community to better understand the needs of each startup that we work with. We not only solve engineering problems, but we also give you the information you need to work with your investors, we understand your milestone needs, and we work within your constraints towards achieving your goals.

Learn how "We Make Innovation Work" for Mid- and Late-Stage Startup Companies

The best way to get a feel for the experience and tools that PADT can bring to your startup company is to contact one of our lead engineers. They can discuss your needs with you and see if PADT is a good fit for you and if you are a good fit for us.

To understand more about what type of startups we work with and why we do not work with early stage startups, please view our " Engineering Services for Startups " letter.

You can find out more about our capabilities by taking some time to investigate the rest our Product Development offerings by visiting the links to the right.

Supporting the Startup Community

Although we do not usually provide paid services to early stage companies and inventors, we are strongly commuted to supporting the startup community through multiple avenues:

  • Design Days - free engineering consulting
  • Angel Investing
  • Mentoring through Venture Ready, Invest Southwest, and similar local groups
  • Speaking at and sponsoring startup events
  • The ANSYS Startup Program

Read more about all of these on our Startup Community page .

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