Greg Tashjian began his career in the electronics industry in 1986 at AT&T working as a process development engineer on a new electronic manufacturing technology called Surface Mount. Following a number of rotational assignments and achievements, Tashjian was appointed as a Distinguished Member of the Technical Staff at Lucent Technologies. Before leaving Lucent Technologies, Tashjian led the electronic manufacturing outsourcing effort for the Optical Networking Group at Lucent Technologies. In 2000, Tashjian took a positon at Nortel Networks as the Director of Engineering for the Metro Optical Networking Group, where he oversaw the development of a new division within Nortel Networks. In 2003, Inventory Management Partners was founded based on the principle of being a different kind of professional services provider that could support clients looking for the unique asset management and supply chain services that Inventory Management Partners provides. Inventory Management Partners has grown and continues to grow today under this vision. Tashjian has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering from the Worcester Polytechnic Institute and a Master’s of Science degree in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University.

How to Extract Maximum Value from Excess Electronic Inventory

What if I told you that you had many thousands, perhaps millions of dollars slowly evaporating on your warehouse shelves? If you are a manufacturer of products that incorporate electronics, this situation almost certainly describes you. Inventory oversupply, mismatches and material obsolescence are perpetual pain points in the electronics supply chain. It’s a knotty, multi-billion-dollar…