Check out this excellent EE Times interview with Barclays Capital analyst Tim Luke. Luke anticipates “a tight supply of memory parts in 2010 and perhaps beyond.” This article reinforces our belief that memory will soon be joining the list of hard-to-find parts turning up on buyers’ shortage lists across the world, and at the same time, prices will begin to rise. Quickly finding trusted sources of constrained parts at bargain prices will become one of the priorities in 2010 and into 2011 for buyers and procurement managers alike.
At Verical, we recognize the need for highly agile supply chain processes to compete in today’s market and manage the challenges associated with the chronic excesses and shortages that result in large costs and risks to the supply networks. Our factory outlet provides an easy, reliable and fast way to buy and sell electronic components – which ultimately results in more agile, responsive supply chains with the associated lower costs and risks.