Let Us Take Care of Your Bill-of-Materials

Easily upload your bill of materials and instantaneously run risk assessments on lifecycle, inventory, multi-sourcing, conflict minerals, and compliance.


Upload BOMs

Automatically replace old and incorrect data for thousands of parts in bulk and populate with fresh data.


Identify at-Risk Components

View lifecycle status, compliance, multi-sourcing, available inventory, and predicted YEOL data.


Receive Alerts

Get notified when PCNs, datasheets and lifecycle updates occur, providing you with the meaningful and timely information.

Key Features

Manage BOMs from a centralized location and proactively monitor the risk factors that affect your business. A subscription to BOM Manager gives you the ability to make more informed decisions in your data management process.

Grade Your BOM


Check BOM health, multi-sourcing options, lifecycle trending, inventory availability and regulation compliance.

Find Matches


With just a few clicks upload your latest BOM and check matches with Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) and Manufacturer.

View Automated Part Recommendations


Advanced algorithms offer recommendations for alternate components that could increase your BOM grades.

Receive PCN Alerts


Track all product change notification activity for electronic components within your bill of materials and send email alerts as changes occur.

Additional Resources

Blog: COVID-19 Impacts on Part Pricing & Lead time

SiliconExpert has been actively developing new tools to support our customers during the Coronavirus Outbreak. We are working with suppliers to assess the impact and have created a Suppliers Impact Report, refreshed weekly.

Blog: Coronavirus Impact on the Supply Chain

Collecting critical data, identifying the impacts on the supply chain, assessing geo risk scores on multiple levels are some of the key initiatives that SiliconExpert is taking to monitor the Coronavirus outbreak. 

Whitepaper: Obsolescence Management 

Today’s competitive marketplace, it is estimated that the average life cycle of a new component is now less than four years. In 1998, it was 10 to 12 years. Learn more about the tools and processes for proactive obsolescence management!