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Does The Acronym UDI Give You Heartburn?

Posted December 12, 2017 By admin
Does the acronym UDI give you heartburn? How prepared and confident are you when it comes to meeting FDA’s Unique Device Identification mandate? As part of Global Interconnect’s continual pursuit to expand our capabilities and satisfy the rising demands of the marketplace and our customers, we are excited to announce that GII now has the ability to support the printing ...

Easing into the Regulatory Process

Posted August 8, 2017 By admin
The regulatory process can be an intimidating cycle for start-ups and seasoned companies alike. In order to better understand the rules and regulations and be an asset to our customers, Global Interconnect, Inc. (GII) hired Dr. Steven Brooks M.D. M.B.A.F.A.C.C. as the company’s first Chief Medical Officer in May of 2017. Dr. Brooks has consulted various medical device companies throughout the regulatory ...

How Is Your Experience With Your Manufacturer?

Posted August 8, 2017 By admin
Today’s supply chain process has become more automated, which has its pros and cons, but the ladder leads to uncertainty. It has created a system with unanswered phone calls, emails with late replies, and frustrating delays. Nobody wants to feel like just another account when working with a custom manufacturer. They want timelines hit and an ongoing transparent communication.  Here at ...

Global Interconnect Adds Chief Medical Officer To Offer Product Development Insight

Posted July 7, 2017 By admin
To further educate ourselves and remain knowledgeable about successful product development and launches within the medical device sector, Global Interconnect hired Dr. Steven Brooks M.D. M.B.A.F.A.C.C. as the company’s Chief Medical Officer in May of this year. With an impressive background of engagement in various stages of the medical device lifecycle, the wealth of regulatory knowledge and direct product consulting ...

Quiz: How Well Do You Know The Early History Of Medical Devices?

Posted March 3, 2017 By admin
Massachusetts — Medical devices may seem like a modern day invention but they have been around since the Ancient Greeks and Romans used thin, hollow tools to introduce fluids into the body, a precursor to the modern needle. Today, it is a vast industry that is exponentially growing with technological advancements rolling out weekly. But how well do you know the origin ...

Nutritional Blast: The Difference Between Thermoset and Thermoplastic Polymers

Posted March 3, 2017 By Colin Angle
Preface: Global Interconnect, Inc. is a leading medical device and high-end industrial/commercial manufacturer for the world’s largest OEMs, where customized solutions become critical connections. Every week a different member of the GII team writes and produces a “Nutritional Blast” touching on topics related to the world of business, business culture, and industry specific ideas and information in an effort to ...

How Might Trump’s First Budget Affect The Medical Device Industry?

Posted March 3, 2017 By Colin Angle
Washington, District of Columbia — This week President Donald Trump announced his first budget plan, and the question on our mind is: How might Trump’s budget affect the medical device industry? Our Chief Strategy Officer, James Rosebush, has decades of experience on Capitol Hill and served as Ronald Reagan’s Deputy Assistant and Chief of Staff to the First Lady, shared ...

What Type of Manufacturing Firm Works Best with OEMs?

Posted February 2, 2017 By Colin Angle
Let’s say you have a product, or sub-component of a product, that is costing you too much and having some quality issues. Let’s also pretend to say you are the COO (Chief Operating Officer) of an original equipment manufacturer (OEM) and you decided to change the supply chain for this specific product to a different firm, but you are unsure ...

Nutritional Blast: The Evolution of Modern Digital Marketing

Posted February 2, 2017 By Colin Angle
Preface: Global Interconnect, Inc. is a leading medical device and high-end industrial/commercial manufacturer for the world’s largest OEMs, where customized solutions become critical connections. Every week a different member of the GII team writes and produces a “Nutritional Blast” touching on topics related to the world of business, business culture, and industry specific ideas and information in an effort to ...

Copper Conspectus: Wire Assemblies Most Popular Conductor!

Posted February 2, 2017 By Colin Angle
Copper is a unique element and conductor predominantly used for electrical wiring dating back to when the telegraph was invented nearly 200 years ago. Almost half of all the copper mined per year is used to manufacture electrical wire and cable conductors, making it one of the most used metal conductors for electrical applications. Why Copper? Copper has the highest ...
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