Component Sense is using ECS to launch its BoM matching tool which is designed to provide customers with cost reductions averaging 30 per cent.
Established in 2001, Component Sense offers innovative excess and obsolete inventory solutions for electronic components. Headquartered in Livingston, Scotland, the business has grown to include international locations and a dynamic, global team.
Component Sense’s focus is simple: lead electronic manufacturers towards zero waste and reduce the environmental impact of the electronics industry. By purchasing directly from tier one OEMs and EMSs, the company works to reduce overproduction and limit the number of electronic components destined for landfill. Furthermore, longstanding OEM/EMS relationships lets Component Sense guarantee the quality, traceability and reliability of components.
Component Sense is committed to its EPIC values. This means being enterprising, positive and working with integrity and clarity. The company brings this EPIC approach to all its interactions and efforts, whether internally or with customers. Consistently recognised for its exceptional customer service, Component Sense was recently named a ‘Best Customer Service’ finalist at the Electronic Industry Awards.
Component Sense is excited to announce it will be launching its new BoM matching tool at ECS 2023. This technology will provide customers—including smaller businesses—access to tier one component pricing. Stay tuned to find out how this forward-thinking tool can provide businesses with cost reductions averaging 30 per cent, live insights at buyers’ fingertips and the knowledge that users are helping to improve sustainability within the electronics industry.