CalcuQuote’s new partnership with Future Electronics

Circuits Assembly, a website featuring the latest news, features, and products in the technology world, recently posted a press release describing Future Electronics new partnership with CalcuQuote.

Future Electronics was founded in 1968 and its headquarters are in Montreal, Canada. They also have 169 locations in 42 countries, one of which is located in Richardson, TX. They provide an electronic components distribution platform, and are a reputable company for providing incredible service and developing comprehensive global supply chain solutions.

Future Electronics chose to partner with CaluQuote in order, “to create a platform for electronics manufacturing companies to instantly query price and availability information from the component distributor’s data feed.”

CalcuQuote’s company focus is to increase the speed and accuracy of PCBA (printed circuit board) quoting. Their platform uses a proprietary algorithm to streamline the quoting time frame from days to minutes.

CalcuQuote has a materials costing module, which allows users to search for a specific part, and check the availability in Future Electronic’s inventory. There, they can also search for manufacturing part numbers. After they do so, CalcuQuote will respond with the price, availability, and any information specific to the part searched for.

“We are delighted to bring component information directly from Future’s catalog to our customers without the manual effort of emailing spreadsheets back and forth,” said Chintan Sutaria, CEO of CalcuQuote. “Our customers rely on Future Electronics for excellent part selection and availability, and we’re very happy to deliver this new capability to the EMS industry in a way that saves everyone time.”

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