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Obtain Peace of Mind When Parts Change

Obtain Peace of Mind When Parts Change

Among the 300,000 parts that entered end of life stage in 2017, 41% of them became obsolete without an issued part change notification. Not receiving these notifications could result in a significant delay in production. 

 With an extensive inventory and a top-notch team devoted to monitoring quality of parts, Abacus consistently remains in the know about significant part changes. Our team stays in constant contact with component manufacturers, and tireless effort goes into staying up to date with the frequent changes in the industry. 

 Do not let missed PCNs put your product at risk. Abacus will help you stay up to date on EOL notifications, part changes, RoHs and shortages. We want to make sure that you know everything about the parts you acquiring. Send us your BOM today and let us take care of everything.

 

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posted by Ameal Tesfaye
24 May 2018

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