Align product development with customer needs and quality goals


SOLVE COMPLEx problems with best practices and innovation

Your products increasingly are becoming more complex. That’s why our systems engineers work with you to adopt the tools, techniques, and processes you need to make your product development more efficient and effective. Research shows that product development initiatives that incorporate systems engineering best practices have a 62% likelihood of success compared to 8% for those who don’t, and our experience backs this up.

Key Capabilities

End-to-end Systems Engineering

Our talented systems engineers deliver end-to-end expertise helping you accelerate innovation and delivery. We can take you from voice of customer to product roadmap through systems integration and regulatory compliance all the way through product sunset.

Extensive Industry Expertise

Our consultants are versed in applying SE principles, best practices, and methods to mission-critical projects in highly regulated industries. This includes Model Based Systems Engineering (MBSE), Corrective and Preventive Action (CAPA), Life Cycle Costing (LCC), and more.

Collaborative, Whole-business Mindset

Bringing products to market using our approach of inter-professional, multi-disciplinary teams improves your product development from start to finish.

Focus on Customer Needs and Quality

Our engineers build on the strength of your product development teams to help ensure you have complete and accurate requirements, a sound architectural design to satisfy those requirements, or a verification plan to demonstrate requirements compliance.


Systems engineering (SE) is a discipline that takes a holistic, interdisciplinary approach to managing the complexity inherent
in these difficult development environments. It is also a crucial foundation for the adoption and success of Digital Innovation.

This paper outlines some common product development pain points and how SE helps alleviate them.


Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) has often been touted as the next best thing, with a 6-year research project showing a 55% reduction in total development costs compared to projects not using MBSE. But what makes MBSE different from SE, and can it really help improve your organization’s product development process?

This paper will describe MBSE and the benefits it is intended to provide, whether it is practical for your organization to adopt and, if so, how to get started.


The Base2 team closed two outstanding Corrective and Preventative Actions for a Class III medical device in under two months.


Systems Engineering Datasheet

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Managing Product Complexity with Systems Engineering

This paper outlines some common product development pain points and how SE helps alleviate them

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How Systems Engineering Can Help Avoid Product Development Pitfalls

How SE can help your product development efforts succeed

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