CalcuQuote Integrates with EVE GmbH


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CalcuQuote, a supply chain solution partner for the electronics industry, is pleased to announce an integration with EVE GmbH, a trusted source for electronic components and cable manufacturing.

“We’re happy to work with EVE GmbH,” says CalcuQuote CEO, Chintan Sutaria. “Through this integration, CalcuQuote customers will have better access to meet their various conductor and cable needs. This is especially exciting for CQ customers within the German market.”

"The integration with CalcuQuote helps us to connect to our customers in our home market and creates greater visibility of our company in Europe and overseas," says Hendrik Werning, Sales Manager for EVE GmbH. 

EVE has been a distributor of electronic components for 36 years and counting. Specializing in offering individual concepts for businesses across the electronics industry, EVE provides cost-effective solutions for more than 7,000 customers.

CalcuQuote works with more than 200 electronics companies to solve complex problems with industry-leading solutions. EVE GmbH’s integration with CalcuQuote solutions allows for additional sourcing resources for both CQ as well as EVE GmbH customers alike.

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