optimize your supplychain and drive down costs

Manage Cost
+ Inventory

- Year over Year Cost Reduction
- Sort cost drivers by price, stock, MOQ, and lead time
- Prioritize what’s most important to you
- Aggregate Pricing & inventory into 1 actionable dashboard
- Visualize Market Data at the BOM level

Decrease time
to market

- Optimize inventory with visibility into your highest risk components
- Collaborate on supply chain planning across NPI, Engineering, and Sourcing
- Leverage parametric search to identify FFF

Manufacturing Risk

-Understand the parts you need for your design
-Avoid Production Shortfalls in an Allocation Market
-Zero in on the highest risk components with instant pricing visibility, overall BOM cost, and risk rank by component

Optimize Your
Supply Chain

-Identify the highest cost drivers at a glance
- Manage inventory and production to reduce risk
- Improve productivity with reporting and analytics

Visibility across enterprise

Optimize your supply chain from design through manufacturing in a single dashboard, allowing collaboration across teams and users. With market data including pricing, inventory, and historical information in one view, your team can prioritize what’s most important.

Companies that implement the Enterprise Edition of Findchips Pro are able to integrate Findchips Pro real-time market data with their internal data from their ERP, all in one platform. Request a demo to see how Findchips Pro Enterprise can help your company optimize your supply chain.

Mitigate Risk in an Allocation Market

A lack of visibility across your organization leads to mistakes. With increased inventory visibility, you can: manage inventory across distributors, leverage channel analysis, and implement FFF alternatives where available.

In the news

Humans are underrated

Tesla CEO Elon Musk has admitted to CBS News that the company’s excessive embrace of automation in its factories has actually slowed down production. During a tour of Tesla’s Silicon Valley factory, CBS This Morning cohost Gayle King asked Musk if the automated robots the factory embraced has actually been one of the problems with the Model 3 not reaching its production targets.

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Brexit could hit the UK’s advanced manufacturing hard

Trade difficulties arising from Britain’s departure from the EU may kill off some of the nation’s high-tech industry. The news: A new study from the UK’s University of Sussex suggests that aerospace, automotive, and pharma manufacturers may be hurt in the wake of Brexit. Of 122 sectors analyzed, those were the three expected to suffer the greatest declines—as much as 10 percent—if trade becomes difficult between the UK and EU.

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