This work is based upon the concept that the optimum strategy for electronics testing can only be established after a detailed economic analysis of the alternatives. The first seven chapters deal with issues that have to be considered when making decisions about testing, including the key roles of quality and time-to-market in today's industrial companies. Chapter eight describes the analytical approaches that can be used to make these decisions, while the remaining four chapters deal with the "post-decision" activities, such as the evaluation of commercial testers, the financial justification and the presentation to senior management of the proposals. This edition is broader in scope than the first one, covering all the major business issues affecting the competitiveness of a company.
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