All Entries in the Category : Analysis

Sales: How To Persist Without Being A Pest

One challenge facing salespeople is how to follow up with customers without annoying them. Salespeople are eager to prove their value and show their commitment to the customer. Oftentimes, salespeople will robo-dial customers and send multiple e-mails that create no value. A persistent salesperson that creates no value is an annoyance.

: Strategy

Drilling Down on 2015 Supply Chain Trends for Electronics OEMs

The pace of change in the supply chain is increasing rapidly as factory of the future and Internet of Things (IoT) change the way that electronics manufacturing is done. Meanwhile, big data, mobility, cloud computing, and other new technologies are offering are unprecedented visibility into every corner of the electronics manufacturing.

: Articles, Trends

Global Electronics Outlook 7/30/15

Global Electronics Outlook 7/30/15 – TTI MarketEye – Walt Custer 

: Data, Trends

How Poor Transportation Capacity Hurts the Supply Chain

Roads are crowded, trains are running nearly full, port container capacity is running low, and there are more logistics jobs than can be filled. All of this will tumble down the electronics supply chain, a spiral that is already beginning.

: Articles

Manufacturing Transformation Creates Bright Outlook

In manufacturing, innovation and efficiency are becoming the key watchwords. KPMG International’s Global Manufacturing Outlook (GMO) report takes a close look at how global manufacturers are getting ready the innovation and technology-driven transformation that’s on the horizon.

: Trends

Global Electronics Outlook 7/22/15

Global Electronics Outlook – TTI MarketEye – Walt Custer 7/22/15

: Data, Trends

Striking a Bimodal Balance in the Supply Chain

Balancing growth, innovation, and efficiencies to move into increasingly competitive markets comprises a directive that extends across executive responsibilities and into supply chain relationships.

: Articles