Current Status &
Market Intelligence

Stay one step ahead of the market with our data insights from real-time inventory and transaction data

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The 50,000-foot View

DatalynqTM gives users a 50,000-foot perspective on the risks associated with a bill-of-materials. The service creates scores automatically by collecting and analyzing information using real-time supply data, lead times, and life cycle status. And it uses a five-tier system to distinguish between easy to acquire and hard to find electronic components.

Keep supply status on
everyone’s radar

That means buyers, engineers, and other staff can see if a part is active, inactive, obsolete, or not accessible. Users can also see if an item can be delivered quickly or not. Because the service uses unique datasets, it lets customers know if an item is a solid long-term bet or a serious supply problem just waiting to happen.

  • Aggregated market intelligence and analytics

  • Robust transactional data provides accurate pricing

  • Risk mitigation for your entire product lifecycle

  • Pricing at quantity information

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Articles about Current State & Market Intelligence

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Cadence Introduces OrCAD X Live BOM powered by Sourceability’s Datalynq

Sourceability and Cadence are working together to bring Datalynq's premier market intelligence into OrCAD X Live BOM to help engineers design smarter.

February 13, 2024
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The Benefits of Predictive Procurement for Buying Electronic Components

To reduce wasted capital and tighten inventory management organizations should use predictive procurement to identify opportune buying windows in the electronic components market.

February 1, 2024
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Semiconductor Market Trends and How They Will Impact the 2024 Market

The semiconductor industry is poised for a rebound this year but billion-dollar weather events and ongoing geopolitical conflicts could exacerbate lingering challenges.

January 16, 2024