5 Ways Digitalization Prevails Against Traditional Processes
How exactly does digitalization benefit an organization and what specifically does it prevent? All that and more in this deep dive.
Sole Sources and Their Danger to Manufacturers
Sole source components are costlier and more prone to disruption due to their scarcity. Here are three tips to prevent them from entering your supply chain.
Component Case Management Is Necessary for Proactive Manufacturing
Forewarned is forearmed, but planning for disruptions before the warning signs appear is more beneficial for manufacturers in the long run. But how do you actively plan for mitigation before you know the disaster? You do it through case management.
How Predictive Analytics Changes the Manufacturing Game
The traditional way of monitoring market trends isn't enough anymore. Forecasting future demand requires analyzing mountains of data for hours at a time, or does it?
Datalynq's Market News - June 2023 Update
Market news, updates, and trends all in one place.
Sourceability's Datalynq™ Wins 2022 Best of Sensors Award
Datalynq™, the electronic component industry’s premier source for market intelligence and analytics, was recognized as a winner in the Innovative Product Category for Data Acquisition & Analytics in the 2022 Best of Sensors Awards.
Understanding Electronic Components Shortage and Obsolescence Management in 2022
In this presentation, Sourceability Solutions Engineer Vernon Densler discusses the transaction data-fueled shortage and obsolescence management methods he developed over two decades that power Datalynq's digital platform.
Why Datalynq's Electronic Components Market Intelligence is Invaluable
Datalynq offers electronic components market intelligence that can't be found anywhere else. Our custom solutions feature transactional data-driven insights into design risk, market availability, pricing, multi-source availability, and inventory trends.
The DoD Policy Update No OEM Can Afford to Ignore.
The U.S. Department of Defense recently issued DMSMS contract language guidance that mandates major changes to how OEMs handle their obsolescence and shortage case management. And the policy update comes with major financial consequences for unwary vendors.
What Does Obsolescence Management Mean in 2022?
Due to paradigm-shifting events like the coronavirus pandemic and the global chip shortage, the meaning of obsolescence management has changed. OEMs need to update their methodologies to stay competitive in the worldwide marketplace.
Why Every OEM Needs an Obsolescence Case Management Solution?
In today’s extremely volatile electronic components marketplace, OEMs need a dynamic obsolescence case management solution to avoid the costs of using high-risk parts.
Datalynq™ launches as a next-generation case management tool to improve the Global Supply Chain
The tool will help engineers and purchasers understand market availability and risk within the electronic component industry.
Why Excel Spreadsheets Are a Poor Case Management Solution?
Microsoft Excel is a great organizational solution for many projects, especially those maintained by a single person. However, the 34-year-old spreadsheet program is not as effective in dealing with complex tasks like case management.
How the Shortage Market is Creating More Obsolescence and Counterfeiting
Since late 2020, the semiconductor industry has operated in a shortage market that has disrupted production, driven up prices, and greatly extended lead times worldwide. Those conditions have also increased electronic component obsolescence and counterfeiting.