EMA Webinar: How to Design with Supply Chain in Mind


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BOM denied: Redesign required. These are four words any engineering team dreads. You spent countless hours designing, crafting, and testing your product to perfection only to have everything put in jeopardy due to component sourcing issues.

Obsolete parts, RoHS / REACH compliance issues, inadequate stock—almost every engineer has been bitten by one of these issues at some point. What's worse is these issues often result in some sort of late-stage redesign. Fortunately, it doesn’t have to be this way.

On March 14 at 2 pm Eastern Time, join EMA Design Automation and SiliconExpert for a free webinar that focuses on the common causes of BOM rejection and how to prevent these issues in the future.

What attendees will learn:

  • Common reasons for your design and BOM to be rejected
  • The impact of these issues (on engineering and the overall chance of your products success)
  • How to avoid spec’ing in unorderable / obsolete / non-compliant parts at the design stage
  • How to generate supply chain ready ‘Zero-Touch’ BOMs as an inherent part of your design process

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