Thursday August 16, 2018 0 comments
BOULDER -- Boulder BioMed and Samson Design Associates Inc., have merged to form Boulder iQ, an expert contract consulting firm offering product development design and complete medical device quality and regulatory services.
Boulder iQ combines the medical device design and manufacturing expertise of Boulder BioMed, led by Jim Kasic, with the industrial design and quality device engineering expertise of Samson Design, led by Jeff Samson.
The company works with both medical and non-medical product development.
“Boulder iQ is bringing innovative design and quality management system services to the high-tech product design and medical device regulation communities,” said Kasic, president and CEO of Boulder iQ.
“These areas of expertise speak directly to the iQ in our company name: ‘Innovation to Quality.’”
The current portfolio of the company highlights award-winning designs that integrate human-use factors and engineering performance to create exciting products with outstanding performance, Kasic said.
Specific services range from regulatory consulting for U.S. FDA classification and submissions to EU MDR technical file documentation and clinical evaluation reports.
“I have been fortunate to have been able to work with Jeff on several projects in the past,” said Kasic, “It is a real blessing to be able to now work with and learn from him on a regular basis.”
“Our styles and teams have integrated to create a sum larger than the individual parts,” said Samson, Boulder iQ chief products officer
Kasic is a serial entrepreneur with more than 30 years of experience in Class I, II, and III medical device companies. His career spans companies ranging from large multi-national corporations to start-ups with a national and international scope.
Samson brings more than 35 years of award-winning industrial design in the medical, high technology, fitness, and power controls industries to Boulder iQ. He is a member of the School of Biomedical Engineering’s advisory board at Colorado State University and a member of the Department of Industrial Design’s advisory council at Metropolitan State University of Denver.