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Lean, extended, and integrated are terms synonymous with most every global supply chain today. From semiconductors to displays, to automotive and consumer electronics, the devastating earthquake and tsunami in northern Japan continues to reverberate throughout the global electronics supply chain.
Learn what shortages, price and lead time issues, or even counterfeit part risks may be on the horizon, and gain strategies to proactively mitigate risks and respond with agility in a calculated fashion.
Join IHS iSuppli and Supply & Demand Chain Executive who will assess the impact of the earthquake, outline renewed efforts happening in supply chain risk management, and examine specific issues facing some of the suppliers in the country as well as the multinational operators dependent upon suppliers from Japan. Learn what shortages, price and lead time issues, or even counterfeit part risks may be on the horizon, and gain information-based strategies to help companies proactively mitigate risks and respond with agility in a calculated fashion.
Dale Ford, Chief Analyst and Head of Electronics and Semiconductor Research for IHS, is a well-respected industry analyst with years of experience producing award-winning market research reports. At IHS, Ford manages the research teams responsible for competitive analysis, forecasting, and supply/demand research of the electronics components industry. In addition, Ford focuses on research and enhanced visibility on the products, technologies and players shaping the wireless communications market.
Mr. Ford was chief analyst and director for Dataquest/Gartner Group, leading a team that delivered market research in seven syndicated services covering semiconductor applications, supply and pricing and detailed equipment analysis. Prior to Dataquest/Gartner Group, he served at Sun Microsystems as a product marketing associate.
Ford holds a BS degree in Electrical Engineering with honors from Brigham Young University and a MBA from The Wharton School.
Glenn Bassett is Vice President, Strategic Business Development, Design and Supply Chain products and services at IHS Inc. In this role, Bassett leads efforts to define the strategy to profitably grow IHS capabilities and increase the value delivered to its worldwide customers. Bassett has nearly 30 years experience in developing new businesses and new business platforms, as well as implementing new technology in the electronics supply chain industry. Prior to joining IHS, he spent 15 years at Avnet where he was responsible for warehousing and logistics, business process re-engineering group, corporate venture capital and alliance management, service business development, service sales and marketing, and mergers and acquisition management for its EMA group. Previously, he spent five years working for Litton Electro-Optical Systems as an engineering statistician. He holds a bachelor’s degree in business management from Troy State University and is pursuing a master’s degree in industrial engineering from Arizona State University.
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