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Industry data shows a frightening resemblance between a tenfold increase in Chinese exports since their admission into the World Trade Organization and a similar tenfold increase in counterfeit parts infiltrating global supply chains. Many companies today still have incomplete and disconnected counterfeit risk mitigation processes, technology, and procedures.
Join this webcast today and learn about leading approaches to mitigate supply chain risk and anti-counterfeiting capabilities.
Join Supply and Demand Chain Executive, ERAI and IHS who will share expertise, tools, and best practices to prepare for anti-counterfeit, supply chain risk mitigation and problem-resolution capabilities for the supply chain.
Over the course of an hour, they will discuss industry-recognized standards management disciplines, predictive and reactive obsolescence forecasting, component management, counterfeit databases and reporting mechanisms, and supplier risk management capabilities.
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Mark A. Snider is the founder and President of ERAI, Inc., a privately held global information services organization that monitors, investigates and reports issues that are affecting the global supply chain of electronics. Originally founded in 1995, ERAI in its infancy consisted of a small group of companies sharing data to protect each other from losses resulting from unscrupulous business practices, fraudulent activity and overdue unpaid accounts. As we entered the new millennium, ERAI began seeing complaints related to counterfeit part activity and immediately reacted by creating a database to warehouse this information. Today ERAI is a globally recognized information services organization that offers a variety of tools to help subscribers mitigate risk on parts customers and vendors. Beyond overseeing the day to day business operations and development, Mark volunteers his expertise on numerous industry task forces addressing the counterfeit part problem.
Daniel Bronstein is Solution Engineer - Direct Parts, Electronic Products & Solutions Group at IHS Global Inc. In this role, Bronstein assists IHS worldwide clients in the development of electronic component strategies and applied subject matter expertise in the areas of direct parts management and the establishment or related business processes, enabling technology, and decision-support information content. He has assisted IHS customers in this capacity for over ten years where he leverages nearly three decades of industry expertise focused on providing participants in A&D supply chains with parts management solutions that aide in the development of such programs as part requirements and repair part replenishment model capabilities to support fielded aircraft or mitigate DMSMS-related supply issues. Today, Bronstein's product platform at IHS delivers global clients and Fortune 1000 companies with capabilities for advanced obsolescence management and environmental compliance, as well as BOM, product lifecycle, and supply chain management.
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