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As Innovation Unfolds in Electronics World, Supply Chain Runs to Keep Up

Innovation doesn't sleep. Product lifecycles aren't what they used to be. Competition is fiercer - and comes from more unexpected sources - than ever.

Indeed, the work is never done in the electronics industry. And every time an industry leader introduces a new product or capability, it's up to the supply chain to make sure those innovations reach the market quickly, efficiently, and at a price that will keep both customers and shareholders happy.

As electronics manufacturers look ahead to 2016 and beyond, some of the biggest themes shaping the future of their supply chains will arise from the challenges they face today: Globalization, network optimization, and the Internet of Things. Within each of these areas, there's great opportunity to become more responsive, agile, and better equipped to meet constantly shifting demand in markets around the world.

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Indeed, the work is never done in the electronics industry. And every time an industry leader introduces a new product or capability, it's up to the supply chain to make sure those innovations reach the market quickly, efficiently, and at a price that will keep both customers and shareholders happy.

As electronics manufacturers look ahead to 2016 and beyond, some of the biggest themes shaping the future of their supply chains will arise from the challenges they face today: Globalization, network optimization, and the Internet of Things. Within each of these areas, there's great opportunity to become more responsive, agile, and better equipped to meet constantly shifting demand in markets around the world.

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