I want to describe a process for 'welcoming a new product to the group'. I'm not particularly fond of the word 'welcoming' in this context. Onboarding doesn't seem to be a valid word either. Commissioning is a less favorable option. I can't seem to find any verb that accurately describes what I want to convey. Any suggestions?

  • If “to the group” means “to our existing group/line of products,” you could perhaps consider using “enthusiastically” to modify a variety of less-than-welcoming verbs/phrases to help capture the feeling of “welcoming”:e.g., …. “We’re enthusiastically making room for [enthusiastically integrating/incorporating] this new product in [into] our [already outstanding] group/line of products.” If “the group” means “a group of people/investors/etc” then maybe you could use “enthusiastically” with any of the good answers given so far.
    – Papa Poule
    Apr 18 '17 at 13:46
  • @PapaPoule Incorporate is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks a million. Apr 18 '17 at 14:40

Try introduce, announce, or some synonym thereof.

  • 'Introduce' is closer but still not quite there. Apr 18 '17 at 11:41

Try present, greet or embrace.

  • Sorry won't work in this context Apr 18 '17 at 14:40

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