Disruption is the new normal in the supply chain as the electronics industry reassess its relationship with China. The global coronavirus outbreak has only added to the uncertainty left over from 2019. Component information such as origin, trade/tariff classification, availability and authenticity must be shared across the supply chain.
But what’s the best way to collect and analyze such information? How can it be used to avoid risk? And what data is “actionable?”
Join SiliconExpert as we discuss the information that’s most important to your business; how it can benefit your partnerships and why visibility is key to managing ongoing supply disruption. Even if one issue – such as tariffs – abates, another challenge is already in the works.
Barbara Jorgensen, Editor in Chief, EPSNews Barbara Jorgensen is editor in chief and co-founder of supply chain publication EPSNews, which was acquired by Aspencore Media in 2017. Barb has more than 28 years’ experience as a journalist, working for leading electronics industry publications such as Electronic Business, Electronic Buyers' News (EBN) and EDN. Her focus areas include general business, electronics distribution, supply chain, trade and industry analysis. Barb began her journalism career with the Gannett newspaper chain in Binghamton, NY.
Vernon Densler, Senior Product Manager at SiliconExpert. Vernon Densler has been with SiliconExpert since 2018 and previously spent 18 years at Northrop Grumman as both a Systems Engineer and Manager in charge of Obsolescence Management and Spares & Repairs. Vernon holds a BS in Computer Information Systems, Management from Florida Institute of Technology. Vernon frequently speaks at industry events and symposiums, where he is able to use his experience in the Parts Management field to assist in furthering best practices and the Parts Management discipline.