Tag Archives: Top EMS Europe

OEM Finance and cost concerns sourcing contract electronics manufacturing

Looking at OEM cash flow and spend management, is managing operational expenses more important to your financial success than capital expenditures? As you progress forward in selecting and managing EMS partners there are hundreds of key objectives and operating indicators…
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Selecting a new EMS manufacturing partner when costs reduction is not working

Understand the difference between what’s happening today with your current EMS partner and what you expect to be happening going forward. Moving EMS providers can be costly.
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Electronics ODM Quanta riding the cloud

ODM Quanta’s main customers are global top 10 branded notebook vendors. With more than 13 percent of its 30,000 employees worldwide in research and development and engineering development, Quanta is aiming its crosshairs on the cloud. See charts and tables.
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Steps for India to succeed in electronics services design manufacturing (ESDM)

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India failed previously to become a global destination for EMS. Key points her emphasize some missteps, plus steps India must take to realize global capabilities for electronics services and design manufacturing (ESDM).
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ODM Quanta focus on white boxes bypasses Dell, HP, Cisco traditional model for OEMs

This model removes one layer (brand vendor) from the equation, removing approximately 25-30% of costs of hardware. Internet companies (like Google or Facebook) and telecom operators (like AT&T, Vodafone) are seeking to optimize their procurement costs for IT hardware further with more configured solutions. Quanta may have an advantage for this opportunity over other ODMs.
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Checklist: Qualify your contract electronics manufacturer

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Electronics OEMs can learn which criteria are crucial when evaluating capabilities of prospective EMS / ODM partners. Learn to create weighted values that can be assigned to various criteria categories to help OEM companies make better partnership decisions.
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