obsolescence management

23 Apr 2018 No Comments

The Secret to a Successful Obsolescence Management Strategy

OEMs across the globe in nearly every imaginable industry, in some capacity, feel the impact of obsolescence on their supply chain. The reasons for the discontinuation of critical electronic components […]
2 Apr 2018 No Comments

Understanding the True Definition of Obsolescence Management

It is widely understood that “obsolescence” as it relates to the manufacturing industry is defined as the transition of electronic components toward end-of-life. There are many reasons this could occur […]
20 Mar 2018 1 Comment

GE Audit Approves EDX for Holding Last Time Buy Inventory

With their reputation as of one of the world’s premier tech innovators to uphold, GE holds its supply chain partners to the same level of accountability it holds itself to. […]
6 Mar 2018 4 Comments

Does Your Obsolescence Management Strategy Require a Vault?

One doesn’t have to try hard to recall the earthquake and tsunami disaster that befell the coast of Tohoku on March 11th, 2011. In addition to the 15,894 confirmed people […]
22 Feb 2018 No Comments

Choosing the Right BOM Monitoring Tool for Obsolescence Management

Historically, BOM Monitoring services have been used to help original equipment manufacturers, or OEMs, react to obsolescence in electronic components when it occurs. Upon confirmation of a critical component’s or […]
27 Nov 2017 No Comments

Baker Hughes, in Transitional Times, Remains a Valued EDX Partner

EDX Supply Chain Solutions recently purchased Last Time Buy (LTB) inventory on behalf of GE Oil & Gas, subsidiary of General Electric. With one agreement, GE Oil & Gas managed […]