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Streamlining time-to-market by tackling supply chain challenges

Plan configurations, connect design domains, ensure resilience, manage costs, and collaborate effectively.

Estimated Watching Time: 35 minutes


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Struggling with design-to-manufacturing delays? Engage partners early to foresee and tackle supply chain hurdles. Leverage design-to-source intelligence for data-driven component sourcing decisions. Establish a secure information exchange for seamless team collaboration during new product development. Join our webinar to hear about actionable solutions to enhance your design-to-manufacturing flow and accelerate product delivery.

Key takeaways include efficient product planning, unified design domains, and global collaboration for sustained success in product development.

Meet the speakers

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Alan D. Porter

Vice President - Electronics Industry

Porter joined Siemens in 2020 with over 30 years in semiconductor and electronics engineering across diverse sectors, including consumer electronics, mil/aero, automotive, and network infrastructure. With a background at Apple, Huawei, and electronic design automation software firms like Mentor, Synopsys, and Cadence, he has navigated start-ups and managed professional services for products at various volumes. Porter brings extensive experience in digital transformation architecture and implementation, offering customer and solution provider insights. As VP of Siemens' electronics industry, he spearheads industry thought leadership, shapes strategy, drives product requirements, and crafts market solutions for Siemens Digital Industries Software customers in the electronics and semiconductor sector.

Siemens Digital Industries Software

Craig Armenti

Director of Electronics Solutions

Armenti boasts over 25 years of expertise in the electronics industry. Before joining Siemens, he held key roles in management, technical marketing, and application engineering at leading telecommunication and software companies such as Mentor Graphics, Zuken, BlackBerry, Motorola, and AT&T Bell Labs.

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