CalcuQuote Adds Sourcengine Platform as New Integration Partner

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CalcuQuote, a comprehensive quoting software made for electronics manufacturing services (EMS) companies, is partnering with Sourcengine, a multi-dimensional e-commerce and e-procurement platform.

The CalcuQuote and Sourcengine collaboration  will provide contract manufacturers  access to global offers of components across over 1,700 franchise lines. By integrating Sourcengine’s API as an additional source of component information, contract manufacturers that use CalcuQuote can combine the instant search and wide breadth of pricing and stock information provided by Sourcengine’s platform with the intuitive and EMS oriented design of CalcuQuote.

When loading a bill of material (BOM) in CalcuQuote, users can now instantly query their Sourcengine account, to pull in preferred pricing, minimum order quantities, lead times and more. 

“CalcuQuote and Sourcengine share a vision of modernizing the contract manufacturing quoting process, so this partnership was a natural fit. We’re excited to bring the wide range of franchise lines and competitive stock and price levels that Sourcengine offers to our EMS customers,” says CalcuQuote Founder and President, Chintan Sutaria.

“Sourcengine is pleased to announce our mutual partnership with CalcuQuote.  This collaboration will allow Sourcengine’s e-commerce marketplace platform to integrate with CalcuQuote’s state of the art RFQ management system.  This partnership will enhance CalcuQuote’s outreach by tapping into Sourcengine’s real-time electronic component offer and availability catalog with over 1,700 traceable vendors, while providing Sourcengine the unique opportunity of serving CalcuQuote’s members,” Yashar Shahabi, senior vice president digital solutions.

Providing value added integrations with major component distributors in today’s industry is one of many ways CalcuQuote provides value to the 100+ Contract Manufacturers that use the software on a daily basis. CalcuQuote supports your entire RFQ process, including risk management, labor estimation, markups and more.

About CalcuQuote

CalcuQuote provides software products and expertise to contract manufacturers to improve the speed and accuracy of their processes. Their flagship product, a quote management system for high-mix, low-to-mid volume contract manufacturers, is used by 100+ EMS companies. For more information, visit

About Sourcengine

Sourcengine is an e-commerce marketplace platform created in 2018 for the electronic components distribution industry.  Powered by hybrid distributor, Sourceability, Sourcengine offers only traceable components as well as a global distribution network for shipping.  Sourcengine’s product portfolio also includes digital solutions that can be custom tailored for any enterprise.



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