During the past year Indesign added 11 new people to the company. Indesign is one of the premier embedded software and hardware design engineering firms in the country, developing high-tech electronic products for a broad client base.
Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) July 30, 2014
Indianapolis based design engineering firm, I ndesign, LLC, has continued to grow its product development team, adding 11 new people to the company during the period from June 2013 through June 2014. These staff additions were in a variety of disciplines: electrical engineering, software/firmware engineering, mechanical engineering, printed circuit board design, information technology, and project management. This increases the total staff size for Indesign to 76 employees.
Indesign is one of the premier embedded software and hardware design engineering firms in the country, developing high-tech electronic products for a broad client base. Indesign serves a client base that is spread throughout the U.S. Indesign’s clients include companies in the medical, consumer electronics, industrial, transportation, military, and communication markets.
The additional staff will allow Indesign to support more product development projects from its long-term clients as well as from a growing number of new clients. The increased demand for the design of wireless products and for the design of M2M products has fueled the need for Indesign’s growth.
To learn more about the history and accomplishments of Indesign, visit their website at http://www.indesign-llc.com.
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About Indesign, LLC
Indesign is an engineering design services firm with a proven track record of helping companies develop new electronic devices. Utilizing an ISO certified, well-defined development process enables Indesign engineers to design quality products on-time and within budget. Engineering disciplines consist of electrical/circuit design, software/firmware design, mechanical design, human factors design, and testing/validation with a strong emphasis on products utilizing embedded microprocessors and DSPs.