The world’s leading trade show for electronic components, systems and applications, electronica 2016, is just around the corner. This year, the fair focuses on the latest trends in the electronics industry including embedded systems, wearables, LEDs, the Internet of Things, and cyber security.
As the top component database, SiliconExpert is excited to showcase our solutions for obsolescence management, regulatory compliance needs, risk mitigation, and more. Located in Hall A6 Booth 471, our team of experts, including Andrew Heath – Sales Director EMEA, Oliver Hoffman – Sales Director CER, Tierney Powers – Enterprise Account Executive, John Mastropietro – Director, Global Channel Sales, Erika Abella – Director, Customer Experience and Supplier Relations, and Martin Chatterton, Global Sales Director, are excited to perform live demonstrations.
This year, the team is particularly focusing on solutions for environmental compliance reporting such as RoHS, REACH, and Conflict Minerals. Along with compliance, mitigating obsolescence through identifying multi-sourcing and lifecycle risks ahead of design or production continues to top discussion point.
electronica is known for being Planet e, or the World of Electronics, and those electronics are sustained only by the effectiveness of the management tools they rely on for product lifecycle. Tapping into SiliconExpert’s resources provides industry players with the knowledge to make better decisions, faster by thriving during technological advances, overcoming the challenges often associated with product longevity, and handling the day-to-day management of their bill of materials.
We welcome you to join us this year at electronica and discuss how we can overcome procurement and design challenges together.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]
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