Sean Priddy

Electronic Product Development Services

Sean Priddy
Sean has always been excited by technology, but especially by computers. Growing up he spent hours and hours developing games for his Commodore 64…in assembly.

He has two degrees in computer engineering, a bachelors degree from Michigan State and a masters degree from University of South Carolina.

His first job out of school was as a support engineer for AT&T/NCR PC division where he resolved critical issues for worldwide customers.

For the first part of his career, he was a software engineer who developed code in diverse environments such as PC BIOS, embedded software, and Windows applications.

Midway through his career, he gravitated back to a more customer focused role in business development. With a gift for translating between engineers and business people, he is able to help them deliver the best products possible.


What is your Fantasy Title Role? Owner of a Southern BBQ establishment.

Best Books Ever: Blue Ocean Strategy

Hidden Talent: I’ve become a quite the auto mechanic after owning a 1997 BMW M3 and 2000 BMW 540i. BTW – Old BMWs need LOTS of work.

Lesser known fact: Normally, I’m very easy going, but not in the kitchen. In the kitchen, I’m a control freak, and I do not want your help. I relentlessly perfect recipes and techniques, and then hound my family for candid feedback after each meal.

One of my favorite quotes: “To one who has faith, no explanation is necessary. To one without faith, no explanation is possible.” -St. Thomas Aquinas

Sean's Posts

Stethoscope Laying on Stacks of Hundred Dollar Bills with Narrow Depth of Field.

Beyond Design and NPI: Lifecycle Visibility Yields Cost-Savings for Medical Device OEMs

In the medical device industry, there can sometimes be a disconnect in both the priorities and collaborative communication between design engineering and manufacturing operations teams. This disconnect can be significant to a medical device OEM’s bottom line, especially when time to market is delayed and unnecessary supply chain costs accumulate quickly. I’ve been fortunate enough ... Read more

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Rapid Prototyping

6 Reasons to Use a Design and Manufacturing Services Partner

So you’ve finally decided to explore using an electronic design and manufacturing services partner to develop and build your product. There are many reasons why this makes sense, but obviously, your product design will benefit from a manufacturing perspective during the design process. 1.  TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND EXPERIENCE Certainly the electronic design & manufacturing firm ... Read more

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IoT Hardware 101 – The Basics

Most of the IoT (“Internet-of-Things”) hype is about a futuristic vision that has billions of devices generating massive data streams that will be fed into advanced machine learning and AI (“Artificial Intelligence”) systems to create enormous business value. However, often overshadowed in these grandiose discussions is the IoT hardware which makes it all possible. What is ... Read more

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Most of the IoT (“Internet-of-Things”) hype is about a futuristic vision that has billions of devices generating massive data streams that will be fed into advanced machine learning and AI (“Artificial Intelligence”) systems to create enormous business value. However, often overshadowed in these grandiose discussions is the IoT hardware which makes it all possible. What is ... Read more

So you’ve finally decided to explore using an electronic design and manufacturing services partner to develop and build your product. There are many reasons why this makes sense, but obviously, your product design will benefit from a manufacturing perspective during the design process. 1.  TECHNICAL EXPERTISE AND EXPERIENCE Certainly the electronic design & manufacturing firm ... Read more

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