CalcuQuote to Debut Purchasing Application for EMS at SMTA International


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CalcuQuote will launch a new procurement software for electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies at the SMTA International Expo, which will be held September 20–21, 2017. This innovative, new solution, called ​shopCQ, will improve the purchasing process for contract manufacturers buying electronic components.

“ShopCQ is designed around the principles of CalcuQuote: leverage direct connections with industry leading component distributors to improve the efficiency of supply chain transactions,” said Chintan Sutaria, Founder and President of CalcuQuote. “It will quickly look up component pricing and availability, tie back to your RFQ process and place parts on order.”

After launching their first product at SMTA International in 2015, CalcuQuote has since become an industry-leader in quoting software for electronics contract manufacturing companies, providing a fast, accurate quoting system. 

CalcuQuote will be exhibiting their solutions for the electronics supply chain at Booth #909.

About CalcuQuote

CalcuQuote builds software applications for electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies, including an RFQ management system, custom ERP integrations, and a procurement application for purchasing electronic components.

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