Case Study: How Centralized Knowledge Sharing Supports Innovation
Panopto | Synaptics

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Few realize it, but most people interact with Synaptics “human interface” technologies every day. The company’s touch- and voice-enabling technologies are a key part of today’s smartphones, tablets, notebooks, automobiles, wearables, smart homes, and other applications. Synaptics helps users get the most out of their devices through an extensive portfolio of human-interface solutions that enable elegant, intuitive user experiences.

The PC, smartphone, tablet and automotive-electronics markets that Synaptics serves are all constantly evolving and highly competitive. New or upgraded products are released at an incredibly fast pace, both by a wide range of competitors and by Synaptics itself.

To support and improve upon its market-leading technologies, Synaptics relies on its employees to fully understand both the company’s own suite of products as well as those they compete with. This expertise enables Synaptics employees to think beyond obvious solutions, adapt and apply answers from other functions or processes, and iterate on new ideas.

And when that expertise can be shared, it serves as the foundation for the culture of innovation upon which Synaptics’ products are built.

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