OEM business continuity

7 May 2018 3 Comments

To Predict Component Allocation, There’s Only One Option

2018 has seen the chip market experiencing a period of nearly record demand, especially for chip capacitors, resistors, and memory such as NOR and NAND Flash. Although this surge was […]
10 Apr 2018 1 Comment

Fire: The Oldest and Deadliest Risk to Supply Chain Business Continuity

The idea of a raging fire consuming large portions of what we hold dear is one of the oldest threats mankind has faced — and while multiple millennia’s worth of […]
5 Apr 2018 No Comments

Navigating the New Auto Industry Supply Chain

Since the early 1900s when Henry Ford pioneered the original assembly line, the evolution of the supply chain has been tightly linked to the auto industry — and ever since […]
4 Apr 2018 No Comments

The Ideal BOM Monitoring Solution Must Offer These 3 Things

When an OEM or EMS provider decides to adopt a BOM monitoring service into their supply chain, what do they expect to receive? And once it has been received, does […]
28 Mar 2018 No Comments

Allocation: The Forgotten Supply Chain Disruptor

OEMs across the world are gradually coming to understand the importance of staying ahead of obsolescence in the acquisition of critical electronic components – and the consequences of not accounting […]
22 Mar 2018 No Comments

GE Capitalizes on EDX’s ASIC Storage Capabilities in Last Time Buy

In their search for a supply chain partner capable of storing, handling, and fulfilling ASICs for use in life-saving healthcare products, GE found exactly what they needed at EDX Supply […]