Consulting Services

Offshore Services

Software Development

  • HPCL

  • BHPV

  • NSTL

  • BHEL

  • BHPV

  • NALCO

  • NTPC

  • MCSC

  • FORD

  • HAL

  • HINDUSTAN PETROLEUM

  • HAJI HASSAN

  • RELIANCE

Product Design


To stay competitive in global markets, manufacturers must meet the challenge of sustaining superior performance in three important aspects of operational capability - flexibility, speed, and the ability to serve the customer. Business competitiveness depends upon the manufacturer’s ability to excel in product development, production operations and customer order processing and delivery.

 

In a world where customers tastes changes by the day, manufacturers are constantly challenged to innovate and produce new products with increased functionalities at reasonable cost, in a short time, catering to changing tastes.

 

DUVVADA INFOSOFT is well-equipped to offer quality services in products/ total solutions development - from requirements capture to architecture, design, prototyping, design validation and support during deployment, using all major CAD tools including Catia, Unigraphics, Pro/E. Be it basic or complex component designs, we have the capability to design and develop them as per your requirements. At DUVVADA INFOSOFT we focus on solutions that meet your business objectives.


Our design professionals drawn from diverse industries possess vast project management expertise and in-depth knowledge of a broad range of technology domains and design methodologies. This expertise coupled with our capabilities in prototyping and volume production help us offer end to end design services under one roof that benefit our customers immensely. Further, our design services is well-backed by excellent support during deployment and product sustenance through enhancements and feature additions.

 

Our service offerings cover the full range of Product Engineering disciplines, including:

  • Industrial Design
  • Mechanical Design
  • Tooling Design
  • Electronic System Desing
  • Production Test Development