"Request-a-quote," other features help Ergodyne sell online | Sources: TDDI chip demand rises due to all-screen smartphones | Column: Aim to get every order right
December 4, 2018
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"Request-a-quote," other features help Ergodyne sell online
Ergodyne rebuilt its e-commerce website in 2016, replacing three websites with one geared toward customer needs. The new website allows customers to request a quote and quickly order based off product files or numbers, while offering better inventory tracking.
B2B E-Commerce World (11/30) 
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Sources: TDDI chip demand rises due to all-screen smartphones
The smartphone market is expected to see more all-screen handsets during 2019, a trend that promises to drive higher demand for touch and display driver integration chips, industry sources say. Android smartphones are expected to lead the push for more bezel-less screens, those sources note.
DigiTimes (12/4) 
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Supply Chain
Column: Aim to get every order right
Perfect order performance is the key to customer loyalty and should always be the goal, argues Marisa Brown of the American Productivity & Quality Center. "Achieving perfect order performance transcends silos inside the company, making everyone equally accountable for success in the eyes of the customer," while also saving money, she writes.
Material Handling & Logistics online (12/3) 
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Industrial IoT
Column: Combine asset management, resource planning in IIoT settings
Enterprise asset management and enterprise resource planning solutions are both needed in industrial internet of things environments, Sheila Kennedy writes. She recommends using an integrated ERP and EAM solution.
Plant Services online (12/3) 
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