Supply Dynamics Awarded Contract to Evaluate Supply Chain Risk Management System Associated with the Printed Circuit Board Industry
Government-backed contract exploits Supply Dynamics’ capabilities for tracking and tracing electronic components
Loveland Ohio: In late January, Supply Dynamics was awarded a contract with a distinguished IT Solutions Provider to assist in identifying gaps and areas where the capabilities of the Company’s supply chain risk prototype can be improved and/or interfaced with other existing capabilities. Supply Dynamics was selected because of its specialized expertise in the area of supply chain risk analysis and end-to-end supply chain visibility. Moreover, the SDX multi-enterprise software platform appears to have capabilities that are synergistic with the Company's current prototype. The project will not only determine how the prototype can be improved but also how SDX can augment its current baseline capability to characterize and predict the probability of risks within the global electronics supply chain.
This government-funded partnership has tremendous implications for advancing the cause of greater resiliency and efficiency in the printed circuit board and electronics supply chain. “This is an important milestone for Supply Dynamics," says Jessica Fall, Program Manager for Supply Dynamics. “It opens the door for us to provide our technology and expertise to the public as well as private sector clients and exploits our high level of security and regulatory compliance.”
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About Supply Dynamics:
Supply Dynamics provides dozens of Fortune 500 manufacturers with real-time visibility and control over the material requirements of their extended supply chain. Our innovative supply chain analytics solutions allow our customers to improve efficiency and predictability and to reduce the cost of raw materials and component parts that go into their products. To learn more, visit www.supplydynamics.com.