CalcuQuote Teams Up with Rochester Electronics


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CalcuQuote, a quoting and supply chain software provider for the electronics manufacturing services (EMS) industry, has partnered with Rochester Electronics, the world’s largest continuous source of semiconductors, to build a new integration that offers up-to-date information through the CalcuQuote platform. 

Rochester Electronics’ standard component information is now available in real-time when producing quotes in QuoteCQ, CalcuQuote’s flagship quoting software. 

“Rochester is excited to announce our partnership with CalcuQuote. Today’s market requires instant and precise access to product information to enable an effective supply chain.” said Nick Rabbitt, Rochester Electronics Vice President Sales – Americas. “Integrating our data through CalcuQuote’s industry-leading platform will add new sources of supply, providing EMS customers more options for their sourcing and procurement requirements.  We look forward to growing our collaboration.” 

As the EMS supply chain continues to transform and become more digitally agile, this partnership reinforces the importance of integrations and automation in completing supply chain processes efficiently to earn more business. 

“Teaming up with Rochester Electronics enhances our ability to meet customer needs and further enables us to provide industry-leading software that significantly improves EMS quoting and supply chain processes,” said Chintan Sutaria, CalcuQuote’s founder and CEO. “Rochester Electronics places equal emphasis on providing excellent customer service, and we believe our partnership will greatly benefit our mutual customers.” 

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