Regardless of your company’s size, you deserve top-quality treatment from your vendors. But switching suppliers isn’t simple. There are costs, it’s disruptive, and it impacts your business operations. You’ll need to weigh the costs and benefits of switching vendors or staying with your current supplier. Does your current vendor deserve your business? Here are six… Continue reading It’s Time To Switch Vendors
Stevensville, MI – Memcon North America (Memcon.net) announced October 1 that Phil Heft has joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of North American accounts. Phil Heft comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the last sixteen years at Nicomatic Corporation where Phil was instrumental in managing, servicing and supporting the Printed Electronics and Flexible Technology Industry.
Flat flexible cable, or FFC, refers to any variety of electrical cable that is both flat and flexible. A flexible flat cable is a type of flexible electronics. However, the term FFC usually refers to the extremely thin flat cable often found in high density electronic applications like laptops and cell phones. Sometimes the term… Continue reading What is Flat Flexible Cable?
If you’re having trouble understanding how and why membrane switches are useful and important tools, consider this situation. You and a few friends have gathered in your living room to watch a game on TV. The gathering involves a lot of food and drinks, which, combined with spontaneous outbursts in reaction to the game, is… Continue reading Understanding the Value of Membrane Switches
Increasingly, metal domes have become the standard when an enhanced tactile feel/effect is required in an application, particularly in relation to the superior temperature characteristics they offer. Memcon have recently developed and manufactured an extensive range of high quality metal domes, competitively priced and ideal for use in a multitude of industries ranging from membrane… Continue reading Tactile Metal Domes from Memcon
Today’s sales landscape has sales managers scratching their heads, wondering about the best way to structure their sales organizations. Should they keep their expensive sales duo: inside sales AND field sales? Or just go with inside sales? Or outsource sales to Manufacturers Reps? via The Challenge of Field Sales — Phil Heft WordPress
Today’s sales landscape has sales managers scratching their heads, wondering about the best way to structure their sales organizations. Should they keep their expensive sales duo: inside sales AND field sales? Or just go with inside sales? Or outsource sales to Manufacturers Reps?