Part Analytics Offering Free 90-day Software Trial


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Part Analytics, the AI-powered supply management platform that enables EMS suppliers to efficiently generate quotes in minutes while pro-actively managing supply chain risks, announced that it currently is offering a FREE 90-day trial for its software. 

“We are excited for the opportunity to showcase our value to a segment that often is ignored by most sourcing technologies,” said Founder & CEO Jithendra Palasagaram. “There is no obligation. And to ensure immediate access to actionable insights, we complete the data upload work for you. Simply forward us up to 10 BOMs and we will handle the rest. You will have immediate access to BOM cost and risk information available to you via our intuitive dashboard suite. Our AI-powered SaaS platform enables smarter data-driven decision making that lowers sourcing costs. We know that improved margins are something everyone could use at this point,” added Mr. Palasagaram.

Part Analytics’ Cloud-based SaaS platform helps EMS Suppliers:

  • Adapt quickly to ongoing supply chain changes
  • Reduce direct material costs through alternates parts
  • Reduce BOM costing time from 1-2 weeks to less than a day (in most cases)
  • Continuously monitor part cost and risk with proactive notifications
  • Gain visibility into inventory levels and lowest distributor price from a network of 200+
  • Understand Spend analytics to enable data driven negotiations 

“EMS Technologies (EMS-Tek) is an excellent example of the immediate pay off of our technology for EMS suppliers,” Palasagaram noted. “The insights delivered by Part Analytics drove 20% savings in direct material costs. Additionally, our platform drove process efficiencies: EMS-Tek’s now can handle 25% more RFQs with much tighter control of their RFQ process.” 

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