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Supply Chain as a Competitive Advantage


During a roundtable event at this year's APEX Expo, executives from Kimball, Ventec and Omnics joined Scoop Communications’ Philip Stoten to discuss supply chain requirements and how good supply chain strategy can be a distinct differentiator and competitive advantage. Traceability data is also becoming ...

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Jabil Introduces Procurement Intelligence Commodity (PIC) Report


At any given time, Jabil manages over 700,000 parts, across more than 27,000 global suppliers. This deep involvement provides insight into key commodity trends and potential strategies. The company has consolidated its research and market knowledge into an easy-to-understand snapshot for the entire ...

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10 Ways the Supply Chain will Evolve in 2018


The various supply chains connecting innovation to the consumer are growing more complex by the day. It is becoming impossible to process the massive amount of information that impacts the supply chain without something much more sophisticated than a spreadsheet. In 2018 we can expect several trends to be ...

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Cognitive Computing from the Shop Floor to the Supply Chain


{FP}Artificial and augmented intelligence capabilities are drastically transforming both the factory floor and the supply chain. "Cognitive Manufacturing," as it is called, is an evolutionary step in computer-enabled production system control that pushes beyond "smart" technologies.

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Industry 4.0, AI and the Smart Supply Chain


A lot has been said about Industry 4.0 in the manufacturing process, but not so much about its place in the supply chain. Also, what role can artificial intelligence (AI) play in the supply chain? At SMTA International 2017 in Rosemont, Illinois, Scoop's Philip Stoten was joined by Marie Cole, distinguished ...

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Sending Supply Chain to the Cloud


Spreadsheets have their place; they are great for expenses or budgets, but supply chain complexity has moved far beyond the capability they offer, such as VLOOKUPs and pivot tables. They are useful for sorting data, and occasionally for utilizing that data for simple and structured calculations. But ...

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Three Ways Supply Chain Affects Time-to-Market


The impact of time-to-market on profitability is a given. A report published by McKinsey claimed that on average, businesses lose 33 percent of profit by launching a project on-budget, but behind schedule by six months. In comparison, the study found that launching a product on-time, but 50 percent ...

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Key Takeaways from CES 2017


Consumer electronics trade show CES 2017, held in January, displayed an incredible array of new technology, along with healthy doses of innovation, inspiration and education. Among the variety of products and trends, several key things stood out. Advances in the collection and use of ...

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Planning Beyond the Spreadsheet


Numerous companies with a broad range of supply chain issues have been stuck in a rut for nearly two decades. Their common theme: most of them have spent a significant amount of money implementing ERP and best-of-breed software solutions, but when it comes to tactical and operational ...

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Five Key Supply Chain Trends to Watch in 2017


If adjectives like "smarter," "connected," "visible," and "automated" aren't terms you would use to describe your supply chain, perhaps they should be. These are key trends we expect to impact the industry in 2017.
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Which Supply Chain Suits You?


In the supply chain world there is no silver bullet — no one-size-fits-all solution. The challenge is to select the supply chain that you need, rather than following a trend or using the supply chain that suits your vendor. Your vendors may have mixed priorities, and while they probably ...
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How to Mitigate Risk in the Supply Chain


Shipping giant Hanjin Shipping's recent filling for bankruptcy protection, and the subsequent stranded vessels, is yet another example of the risk inherent in any supply chain. As ships remain unable to offload containers, many supply chain managers will be searching for solutions to ...

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You Get What You Measure, Not What You Order


I have said a lot in the past about the importance of vendor selection, contract negotiation and providing your outsourced manufacturing partner with a detailed specification of your requirements, but even that is not where it ends. Time and time again we have seen projects go awry ...
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Interview with Peter Li, CEO of Atlas Wearables & Mark Medlen of Riverwood Solutions


At IDTechEx in Santa Clara, Atlas Wearables Founder & CEO Peter Li shared the stage with Riverwood Solutions' COO Mark Medlen to present his journey from maker to manufacturer and how the resources provided by Riverwood Solutions had assisted in that journey.

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The State of American High-Tech Manufacturing: Part 1


The U.S. presidential election season has long been a stage for the discussion of jobs. And no discussion of U.S. jobs is complete without serious conversation about the nature of various jobs, and the desire to create more of them in the manufacturing sector.

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The State of American High-Tech Manufacturing: Part 2


As the U.S. presidential race intensifies and the field of candidates narrows, one topic of discussion is heard consistently above the racket: U.S. jobs. Last month, in the May issue of U.S.Tech, "The State of American High-Tech Manufacturing: Part 1" highlighted a statistical decline in ...

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Reducing Time to Profit — The Most Important Objective For Startups


At Riverwood Solutions, we are often hired by startups. Our approach, which drives toward "better decisions, better products and better profits" seems to resonate with them. Just as often, we are put into startups by venture capitalists (VCs) or private equity firms looking to ensure that their cash ...

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3D Printing Adds a New Dimension


In the last year or so, 3D printing seems to have found its feet in terms of technology and applications, confirming its place in our future. It is now impacting the electronics supply chain from innovation to fulfillment; this is in part due to price. We are currently seeing 3D printers priced below ...

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Riverwood Solutions Survey Exposes the Wearables Technology Supply Chain


As part of the buildup to our presence at IDTechEx in Santa Clara, California, we asked more than 600 supply chain experts what was keeping them awake at night in the wearables technology supply chain arena.

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The Art of Vendor Selection


Neither Alibaba nor DigiKey provide a supply chain strategy. So what are the 10 most important things to consider when developing an outsourced manufacturing solution and the supply chain that surrounds it?

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RFMW Ltd., Celebrates 15 Year Anniversary

San Jose, CA -  RFMW, Ltd. marked July 1, 2018 as the 15-year anniversary of their company. With worldwide headquarters in San Jose, CA. and sales offices throughout North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, the company has seen a continual acceptance of their “niche” philosophy in that “RFMW, Ltd. is a specialty electronics distribution company focused on RF and Microwave technology”. 


Joral Introduces Sensor Fusion Inclinometer for Pitch, Yaw, and Roll Feedback

Mukwonago, WI – Joral LLC announces a G-force compensated inclinometer that provides feedback for pitch, yaw, and roll. The new technology utilizes sensor fusion, which is the combining of more than one complementary sensing method. The new Joral SGAM and DGAM incline sensors take input by a gyroscope, accelerometer, and magnetometer to provide a 3-axis output for X, Y, and Z as well as new feedback for pitch, yaw, and roll.


EXACT METROLOGY HOSTS DUAL OPEN HOUSES DEMONSTRATING NEWEST PRODUCTS AND EQUIPMENT IN METROLOGY
Brookfield, WI - Exact Metrology, a comprehensive metrology services provider, held dual open houses at their Brookfield, Wisconsin location on June 21 and their Cincinnati, Ohio location on June 26, along with partner company PolyWorks -- a leading provider of universal 3D metrology software. Both companies showcased their newest products in software and hardware for 3D and CT scanning equipment.
LEMO USA, Inc. Announces New National Sales Manager, William Moore
Rohnert Park, CA — LEMO USA, Inc. (www.lemo.com), a subsidiary of LEMO SA (headquartered in Ecublens, Switzerland), announces that William Moore has accepted the position of the National Sales Manager for LEMO USA, Inc. William comes to LEMO with 25 years of knowledge and experience in technical sales management and new business development.
GlucoScanner, the painless method for glucose monitoring, has been miniaturized and it is now ready for obtaining medical certifications
GlucoScanner, the non-invasive sensor for blood glucose levels, has finally been miniaturized. The device has been developed at Dynamic Brain Labs, in their Tokyo laboratory. GlucoScanner is the only device in the world that does not require the penetration of tissues and disposable products.         
 


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