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Supply Chain Survival Guide: How To Manage High Risk Parts More Effectively With Open Market

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Procurement specialists know the first step to protecting production lines is identifying risk. SiliconExpert’s new Open Market add-on for Pnow offers categorically new information on your supply chain’s risk by flagging parts that are seen as problematic within the open market. With severe implications like impending shortages, extended lead times, and increased pricing, this is data you will want to better understand so you can effectively use Open Market to mitigate your own risk, identify problems, and find solutions within P5.

Join SiliconExpert’s Group Product Manager, Dwight Morse, as he demonstrates best practices for identifying and rectifying high risk parts, and answers the question, Why Open Market? Also featuring additional insights & support by Open Market’s Product Marketing Manager, Tara Robinson.

In this webinar, we will discuss

  • Why is Open Market data important?
  • What does it mean to have parts that are flagged as High Risk on Open Market?
  • What should you do when you discover your parts on the High Risk Parts list?

Speakers

Dwight Morse

Group Product Manager, Supply Chain | SiliconExpert

Dwight manages supply chain solutions for SiliconExpert that provide customers with insight to potentially adverse events, share first mover reactions and deliver full visibility to their ordered inventory. He has spent his career in high tech, helping organizations achieve better business outcomes through software.


Tara Robinson

Product Marketing Manager | SiliconExpert

For over 10 years, Tara has been helping customers understand how to get the most out of the products in their lives. She’s worked with big CPG brands, as well as global developers, to ideate and execute messaging campaigns that bridge the gap between innovation and utilization.

November 3 @ 11:30 am EDT