CalcuQuote and Advanced Assembly Announce Collaboration


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CalcuQuote, a quoting and supply chain software provider for the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry, and Advanced Assembly, the pioneers of the quick-turn PCB assembly services, have announced a new collaboration between the two organizations. 

“Advanced Assembly was founded to offer engineers an easy solution for getting their PCBs assembled fast,” said Lawrence Davis, Advanced Assembly’s founder and president. “Over the years, we’ve constantly invested in new systems and processes to deliver the highest quality and service in the industry. Partnering with CalcuQuote will help us yet again raise the bar for the type of outstanding experience customers should expect from their PCB assembly shop.”   

The strategic partnership will lead to expanded software functionality and streamlined processes through digital innovation. Since both organizations prioritize superior customer support, the collaboration will prove beneficial for both organizations’ customers and the industry as a whole.  

“Advanced Assembly’s overall focus on efficiency and its emphasis on rapid prototyping has already been a great match for our capabilities,” said Chintan Sutaria, CalcuQuote’s founder and CEO. “By working together, Advanced Assembly is poised to provide faster delivery and even better service for customers. We are eager to see what our partnership will bring in the future.” 

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