Digicom Electronics Joins VentureOutsource.com’s Referral Program


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VentureOutsource.com, leading resource and community for OEMs online seeking electronics services information and electronics services referral, welcomes Digicom Electronics into its Referral Program and VentureOutsource.com’s Directory of Electronics Services Listings.

VentureOutsource.com’s online marketplace is accessible to any site visitor with no registration or log in needed for searching electronics services listings worldwide in its freely accessible directory.

Information for quality provider Digicom Electronics follows:

Digicom Electronics, located in Oakland, California, provides product development and prototyping, PCB assembly and systems integration services to market sectors requiring high reliability such as industrial electronics, medical, military and aerospace, among others. Additionally, Digicom’s Diamond Track Cleaning process, which uses a proprietary combination of cleansing substrates, temperatures and wash cycles combined with sequential timing, results in more effective cleaning of PCB assemblies which can lead to higher first-pass test yields at the board level, higher yields in final systems-level testing and noteworthy mitigation of risks often associated with failures in the field, thus lowering overall product lifecycle costs related to administration of replace pools and reverse logistics.

“We are pleased to introduce our site users to Digicom Electronics. Our Provider Advisors look forward to leveraging Digicom’s proprietary manufacturing cleaning process and high reliability capabilities for OEM seeking electronics services matching Digicom’s services," said Mark Zetter, VentureOutsource.com CEO.

“From venture-backed hardware startups to savvy Fortune 100 sourcing pros, our Advisors help OEMs expand their sourcing options with capable providers the OEM might otherwise not be familiar with, and helping OEMs validate existing provider sourcing decisions – all free to OEMs.”

Every VentureOutsource.com Provider Advisor-OEM discussion results in a short list of capable providers matching that OEM’s program shared with the OEM decision maker. “Our mission is to be objective and always act in the best interest of the OEM,” adds Zetter.

About VentureOutsource.com

VentureOutsource.com is an authoritative site containing quality content, a community of electronics OEM decision makers, educational online events, and the most comprehensive directory of electronics services online. The site’s Provider Advisor Service helps OEMs across the Americas, Europe and Asia become more informed about electronics services and helps OEMs expand their options when seeking electronics services worldwide with toll-free referral available for free at +1 (888) 860-1193.

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