Nano Electronic Services’ virtual factory concept is designed to save customers time, money and aggravation
‘Time is money’ is an aphorism that originated in a 1748 Benjamin Franklin essay Advice to a Young Tradesman and it remains valid today. In many engineering companies, people wear multiple hats and perform a number of repeat tasks. By removing some of this repetition, it allows the employee to focus on key aspects of a project rather than repeating the same thing over and over.
Nano Electronic Services appreciates ‘time is money’ and looks to save customers time and aggravation when sourcing electronic assemblies. By breaking the link between customer and individual suppliers, NanoES has created a virtual factory. Instead of sending multiple RFQs, send one and NanoES does the rest, identifying the best supplier and negotiating the best price, all with full transparency.