Optimizing New Product Introduction in a Post-Coronavirus Landscape

A new survey details the particular challenges of NPIs in a post-coronavirus world. Learn how supply chain risk can be mitigated and cross-team collaboration can be facilitated.

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The Necessity of an E-Procurement Strategy for 2020 and Beyond

In the wake of the novel coronavirus, having a solid e-procurement strategy is key. Gone are the days of traditional buying as e-procurement platforms are revolutionizing the electronic components industry.

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Power Electronics, Acceleration of Digitalization & the 4th Industrial Revolution

What do power electronics and components like power diodes, thyristors, MOSFETSs, and IGBTs have to do with the acceleration of digitalization? According to Dr. Faraz Ali, they will be the catalyst for the Industry 4.0 revolution. Read on to learn more.

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Semiconductor Procurement Concerns in a Post-Coronavirus Era

Procurement can always be a challenging add in a sprinkle of global pandemic and that becomes an understatement. Take a look at 4 concerns to keep in mind while working in the challenging field of electronic components procurement.

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Medical Device Capacitors: Key Considerations for Procurement Personnel

The worldwide medical tech marketplace projects to reach half a trillion dollars by the early 2020s. This means that demand for medical device capacitors will continue to be at all-time highs, making their procurement a challenging issue.

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Purchasing Options & E-Commerce: Streamlined Solutions for Today’s Electronic Components Supply Chain

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.

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Digitization: Adapting Procurement for Success

New technologies are pushing the potential of procurement to higher levels, and businesses must adapt to take advantage. But this means more than just implementing new tech.

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