EMS 2.0 Webinar December 19: The Digital Transformation of Electronics ManufacturingDecember 12, 2019 | Scoop
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According to Forbes, MacroFab is one of the pioneers of the Manufacturing-as-a-Service (MaaS) revolution that is radically changing the way manufacturing services and other outsourced production processes are sourced and managed. Industry analysts are calling this new world of digital-first electronics manufacturing EMS 2.0.
Find out how EMS 2.0 enables new levels of agility and efficiency for your electronics production, in this webinar hosted by MacroFab on Thursday, December 19 at 9 am Pacific.
If you’re a supply chain professional, engineer or an innovator this webinar will show you how you can access an agile digital platform that brings the world of competitive electronic manufacturing services within reach for a company of any size.
This could be the most important hour you spend this year! Sign up here and see how EMS 2.0 will improve your 2020 vision and accelerate your digital transformation.
You will learn how:
· Smart, digital-first manufacturing platforms are simplifying the way electronics moves through every stage of production, seamlessly going from single unit prototypes to high volume production.
· A common platform for supply chain and engineering saves time, improves workflow and enables collaboration between your teams.
· Online pricing engines enable better decision making with a real-time view into cost drivers, lead times and supply chain availability.
· Smart algorithms assure a perfect match between factory capabilities and your business/technology needs.
· Full systems production and testing scales at globally competitive pricing without the long lead times and hidden costs inherent to manufacturing in China.
· Factory portability enables better control over your lead times, while eliminating tariff exposure.
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Digital transformation is at the core of EMS2.0. MaaS platforms combine a digital-first intuitive user interface with an intelligent technology that matches supply and demand through a network of pre-certified factories in US, Canada and Mexico.
Procurement professionals love the simplicity of uploading CAD and BOM data to get an almost instant price, as well as the ability to see prices change dynamically as they adjust delivery time and volume with on-screen sliders. Purchasing managers can upload RFQ packages and get quotes in a few days rather than weeks. Itemized and transparent reporting means you make better informed decisions faster.
Engineers and innovators love MacroFab’s DFM on-the-fly providing design and specification feedback, while intelligent algorithms and experienced manufacturing engineers ensure all the data is ready for the quickest and simplest new product introduction once the perfectly aligned factory is selected.
Manufacturers love the easy way they can chose just how much business they take to balance their utilization, all with the lowest cost of sales, ensuring everyone gets the best value. Intelligent supply and demand matching ensure that factories only receive work that is squarely in their sweet-spot.
To register, click here.
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