As modern devices become more complex, the task of designing them becomes equally as challenging. The needs of modern users are driving the demand for devices that deliver greater energy efficient, advanced functionality and reliability in harsher conditions than ever before. Designers rely on innovative component solutions to ensure that manufacturers seize the competitive edge they need to succeed.
Supply chain innovations are advancing rapidly as a byproduct of the turmoil caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. While the sheer depth, breadth and scope of the disruption is unlike anything we have experienced in our careers, most supply chain professionals are adept at risk mitigation. Why should 2021 be any different?
The COVID-19 pandemic is the most serious challenge the world has faced for decades, affecting almost every aspect of our lives in every corner of the globe. One of the biggest challenges, beyond public health, has been to keep global supply chains flowing – ensuring factories can secure goods and services including raw material to logistics in order to meet customer demand and expectations, despite unprecedented pandemic disruptions.