2020 Will Be Pivotal For EMS Companies And Their Marketing Teams Forbes - 10.18.19. The electronic manufacturing services (EMS) industry has grown to over $1 trillion, but like many things of great size, it’s as maneuverable as a supertanker. Building momentum takes time, and changing direction is painfully slow. Recently, a perfect storm has been brewing that will disrupt this industry that has changed little since the 1990s. 2020 will be a seminal year for EMS. Those who adapt will prosper, and those who ignore these challenges will struggle, or worse, become irrelevant.
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Elastic Manufacturing Capacity – What is it and Why Do I Need it? Digital Enterprise - 8.28.19. Joanne Moretti, Founder and CEO at JCurve Digital and co-author Philip Stoten, CEO of Scoop Communications explores elastic capacity in manufacturing and how AI-driven ‘smart’ software can further enhance this elasticity for unparalleled visibility and flexibility
VIDEO: Misha Govshteyn of MacroFab at SMTAI 2019 Scoop - 10.3.19. Philip Stoten sits with Misha Govshteyn, CEO of MacroFab to talk about bringing manufacturing back to the US and utilizing the capacity that is available here and in Mexico and Canada.
EMSNOW Executive Interview: Misha Govshteyn, CEO, MacroFab, Part Two EMS Now - 8.28.19. The discussion continues in Part Two of the interview.
EMSNOW Executive Interview: Misha Govshteyn, CEO, MacroFab, Part One EMS Now - 8.27.19. Manufacturing-as-a-Service is starting to gain momentum and has the potential to disrupt the world of EMS, promising greater control, agility and a frictionless purchasing process. Companies in this space have raised a good deal of interest from buyers and investors alike. One such company is MacroFab and we caught up with their CEO to learn more about their offering…
What you need to know about the growing number of Manufacturing as a Service providers IoT Times - 8.6.19. In an interview with MacroFab CEO, Misha Govshteyn, IoT Times discuss the recent influx of new companies that offer a simplified user experience for buyers and access to unlimited, competitive manufacturing capacity. Referred to as Manufacturing as a Service (MaaS) providers this new type of company, if you will, are quickly gaining favor with engineers and buyers alike, who are looking for more efficient methods of building out their interface and artificial intelligence-assisted back-end.