CalcuQuote to Exhibit at electronica 2022

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CalcuQuote, a supply chain solutions provider for the electronics industry, will be exhibiting at electronica 2022 in Munich, Germany from November 15-18 at B4.170.

Working with over 200 customers globally to solve complex problems with industry-leading supply chain solutions, CalcuQuote has recently expanded their product ecosystem. New software based on market feedback has allowed CalcuQuote to continue connecting the digital supply chain amidst a volatile market. The first product, StockCQ isa peer-to-peer network to create trade relationships between companies with need and with overage This has made it possible for electronics companies to weather the present component shortage and beyond. The next is WatchCQ, an API-based alert program, that helps automate the manual portion of searching for hard-to-locate components, checking for parts up to six times per day, and sending alerts when parts become available.

“We’re looking forward to learning from and listening to clients while exhibiting at electronica 2022,” says CalcuQuote Vice President of Growth, Dustin Carlson. “We’ve launched two innovative products in 2022, StockCQ and WatchCQ, by listening to the industry needs. Our digital future is defined by our customers and potential customers, and we’re eager to continue those discussions and create a more connected digital supply chain.” 

In addition to sharing their newest additions to the CalcuQuote software line, CQ has planned booth events to continue their mission of furthering a more connected electronics supply chain with thought leadership. Electronica attendees should expect daily booth presentations on CQ products, industry advice, and open dialogue regarding data trends in supply chain disruptions.


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