CalcuQuote to Attend and Host Partners at EDS Leadership Summit 2022

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CalcuQuote, a software solution provider reinventing the supply chain for the electronics manufacturing services industry, will be attending and hosting component distribution partners at the EDS Leadership Summit from May 10-13, 2022. 

With over five thousand users spanning over 25+ countries, CalcuQuote provides industry-leading software and services for the electronics manufacturing industry. CalcuQuote hosts a suite of products designed to improve EMS and OEM companies’ speed, accuracy and efficiency. CalcuQuote’s innovative solutions enable customers to streamline their design and purchasing processes.

“Supply chain professionals feel the pain of inefficient processes at a higher level during a limited availability market,” says Kaitlyn Dotson, COO of CalcuQuote. “This is why CalcuQuote has been so driven to create a product suite that improves the sourcing process, allowing supply chain professionals to focus their time on what matters. With an automated approach to quoting, purchasing, and lead generation, CalcuQuote has become increasingly necessary for electronics manufacturers  amidst the current climate of industry shortages.”

CalcuQuote will be hosting partners at EDS Leadership Summit 2022 in Suite 29-048, at the Mirage Hotel in Las Vegas, NV on May 10-13, 2022.


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