EPSNews unveils new name, new website address and site redesign
MANSFIELD, Mass., September 8, 2016 / PRNewswire / – EPSNew (Previously Electronic product purchasing strategies) announced its name change and the unveiling of its newly redesigned website for the electronics supply chain community. The online site is now called EPSNews. However, it remains dedicated to delivering actionable insights, data and insights to electronic OEMs and their manufacturers as well as supply chain and design chain service providers.
The new name and redesigned website pay homage to the site’s roots online serving the global electronics and high-tech shopping and shopping community and improving the ease with which readers and users can interact with each other. others and access information. The website address has also been changed to https://epsnews.com, reflecting the new name and also facilitating access.
Along with the name change, the site has also been completely redesigned to make navigation easier and improve interaction with the public, according to Bolaji Ojo, publisher and editor. As part of the redesign, the site’s performance has also been improved and offers additional opportunities for news, analysis, interactive data and surveys. The redesign adds innovative website locations for corporate marketing and direct messaging to different communities within the electronics supply chain, including buyers at OEMs and electronics manufacturing service providers, component suppliers, logistics companies, software providers and other third-party supply chain service providers, Ojo said.
“We wanted to increase opportunities for b2b engagement at different levels, including content from all players to their varied audiences as well as from suppliers and distributors to buyers at OEMs and EMS suppliers,” Ojo said. “The redesign of the site has improved loading speed and reduced complexity, giving readers easier access to desired documents.” So far in 2016 EPSNew provided in-depth coverage of major industry events including mergers and acquisitions (Datwyler to acquire Premier Farnell; Avnet outbid Datwyler to buy Premier Farnell; Analog Devices buys linear technology for $ 14.8 billion); industry leadership and company ranking (Top 50 distributors: market leaders); changes of direction, (Avnet Sacks Hamada, Appoints Amelio Interim CEO; Global Managing Director Ed Smith is leaving Avnet); supply (Prepare for a tight supply of Mil-Spec connectors); finance (How Europe built a $ 14.5 billion tax case against Apple; Please Don’t Use Apple Tax Law Defense) and a host of other topics.
The name change, site redesign and new website address are the first in a series of actions taken by BBG Enterprises Inc., the parent company of EPSNews, to improve services to the electronics industry. The company plans to introduce additional services and offerings in the near future and will announce some before the end of the year.
“Major changes are taking place in the electronics industry and we aim to provide the necessary tools that will help all market segments better understand the changing landscape, their roles in it and how they can better serve customers and suppliers. “Ojo said. “Some of the offerings we are evaluating will focus on providing information that e-supply chain decision-makers can take into account in running their businesses.”
BBG Enterprises Inc. is a Mansfield, Mass.provider of editorial content, consulting services, data and market intelligence for the global electronics supply chain. To learn more about EPSNews visit https://epsnews.com.
Barbara jorgensen, Editor-in-chief, EPSNews
Phone. : (508) 337-5988
Gina Roos, Editor-in-chief, EPSNews
Phone. : (207) 989-2368
Bolaji Ojo, editor, EPSNews
Phone. : (610) 772-3220
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