Allion USA-SGS Qualified—QRS Program for ODM Ecosystem
In the world of IoT, tech ecosystems are thriving at an unprecedented speed and scale. Each brand not only has its own ecosystem of smart devices, but also has different scenarios of application, such as for smart cities, smart homes, smart offices, and many more. Therefore, we need to verify a product in terms of its interoperability, functionality, and stability within an ecosystem.
For brands favoring the Original Design Manufacturer (ODM) model, the key to creating a great product is efficient project management of design and production.
Allion USA-SGS launches the Quality Requirement Specification (QRS) Program for notable brands to have better control of their ODM business model. The program defines test specifications to ensure the products are compliant with industry standards, while accelerating the growth of a seamlessly interoperable ecosystem. Allion USA-SGS’s QRS program will assist brand companies in delivering better user experiences when using Allion qualified products.
Features of the Allion USA-SGS QRS Program
Allion USA-SGS’s QRS Program is your best choice. The program is developed by identifying market trends, product specs, and ecosystem applications. Under this program, we provide one-stop management solutions that will oversee the quality of your products and build networks with other ODMs, brand companies, and components suppliers.
ODM Ecosystems and Their Components
Smart Car Ecosystem
Who Uses our Services?
The QRS Program for ODMs is utilized by world-leading companies like Dell and HP. The Test Cases of this Program are described as follows:
The QRS Program Flow for ODM Ecosystem
Benefits of This QRS Program
- Ecosystem acceleration in terms of quantity and quality
- Project Management: Test schedule arrangements, including DUT, Test Bed, along with optimal reallocation of work forces, including QA, PM, HW, and SW
- Third-Party Endorsement: Unbiased analyses and unique insights
- With the accumulation of big-data derived from multiple scenario-based tests, vendors will know better and find the potential risks of their products, bringing better user-experience for consumers