Allied Debuts Custom Product Bundles to Enable Safe Onsite Operations

Allied Electronics & Automation is now offering pre-assembled bundles of its private-label RS Pro by Allied products aimed at helping commercial, office and manufacturing companies restart on-site operations, and remote workers be more productive and connected in their offsite office environments. As companies begin safely welcoming employees back to facilities, Allied has added a range…

ECIA’s GIPC Reaches Critical Milestone on Digital CoC Project

The ECIA Global Industry Practices Committee (GIPC) has reached the halfway point in its roadmap for the digital Certificate of Compliance project with the completion of a successful pilot program between Analog Devices, Inc. and Mouser Electronics. The mission of the project is to streamline the process to digitally exchange compliance documentation such as manufacturers’…

SnapEDA launches SnapInsights, Analytics for Electronic Component Suppliers

SnapEDA today announced the launch of a new analytics service for component suppliers, SnapInsights. The service provides business and engineering executives with instant insights into how engineers discover, design-in, and ultimately purchase their products. SnapInsights’ data is drawn from SnapEDA’s electronics design search engine, a pioneering service launched in 2013. Today, over 1 million engineers…

Lytica appoints new President & CEO

On the heels of a very successful 2019 with additional incoming funding, Ottawa-based supply chain analytics company Lytica Inc, a leading global provider of trusted electronic component market intelligence, has reached another important growth milestone. Lytica is pleased to announce that Martin Sendyk has been appointed President & Chief Executive Officer, with current President &…

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Covid-19 & Necessity Accelerate Supply Chain Digitization

The onset of the coronavirus epidemic has accelerated the supply chain digital transformation that has languished on businesses’ “to-do” list for years. Covid-19 has exposed barriers to collaboration that most companies tolerate under normal circumstances. It’s fair to say the electronics supply chain currently aspires to “normal.” Even before Covid-19 hit, 92 percent of companies…