The current Internet of Things (IoT) sensor market is growing rapidly, and is projected to exceed $27 billion by 2022. As suppliers ramp up production to satisfy strong demand for IoT products, procurement specialists, designers, engineers, and others should keep an eye on the major players in the global marketplace – and even a few up-and-coming companies, too.
Explore the key differences between semiconductors, conductors, and insulators. Regardless of how you contribute to your company’s SCM process, it helps to know the differences between each part.
What’s the number one priority for your supply chain management system?
Product lifecycles are directly linked to electronic parts procurement. The sooner you grasp the importance of your product lifecycles, the better off your entire sourcing staff will perform.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the current hot topic for designers, engineers, academics, researchers, and other professionals. What is the IoT? Picture millions of users with literally billions of devices across the globe, all connected via a single data-sharing source: the Internet.
While most project managers, engineers, and product supply chain personnel don’t consider the BOM an order-ready resource, today’s advanced supply chain software (SCM) enables easy integration and ordering for even the most data-rich BOMs.
Supply chain management is only as strong as its weakest link. For many supply chain processes, this vulnerability happens when electronic parts aren’t accompanied with 100% traceable sources.
Do you know where your electronic parts are coming from? More to the point, are you making the best possible purchase for your company in terms of value, reliability, and price?
Buying electronic components is easier than ever. It’s also more difficult than ever. Let us explain.
Sourcengine automates sourcing processes and offers traceable sources globally.
The electronic parts market is larger than ever and e-commerce solutions are a great way to level the playing field and bring purchasing power to those who need it most.