Digi-Key hosts Fireside Chat on benefits of going digital

Author: EIS Release Date: Apr 29, 2022

Digi-Key Electronics is hosting an informal live event with with MacroFab, entitled “Digital Solutions: A Live Fireside Chat”, on the benefits of using direct, digital communication (APIs, EDIs and Punchouts).
Digi-Key hosts Fireside Chat on benefits of going digital
The virtual event will feature speakers from Digi-Key and MacroFab who will discuss, for example, the benefits of using APIs to connect directly with electronic component distributors. There will also be a chance for an audience Q&A session.
Planned topics to cover include:
• Why adopting a digital solution is worth the time and money
• How to get started with a digital solution
• The real-world benefits of using digital solutions like APIs
It takes place on Thursday 28 April 28, at 3 p.m. (CDT) and you can register for it here.
“The digital transformation of business is here, and procurement professionals stand to benefit immensely from machine-to-machine connections to help broaden their company’s capabilities,” said Nathan Pray, manager, digital technology office – B2B at Digi-Key.
“We’re looking forward to highlighting the real-life ways that Digi-Key’s digital solutions are designed to reduce costs and errors, as well as increase efficiency, accuracy and time to market.”
For more information about the event and Digi-Key’s digital solutions, visit the company’s website. If you can’t attend the live event, Digi-Key will send the recording afterwards to those who register.
“MacroFab can respond more quickly to ever-changing material availability by integrating with Digi-Key’s inventory and ordering APIs by automating material orders to happen within minutes of designs being finalized in the MacroFab platform,” said Chris Church, founder and chief product officer at MacroFab. “I’m looking forward to discussing how we leverage Digi-Key’s digital solutions to rapidly respond to customer needs and get ahead of the curve, providing greater value to our customers and enabling our purchasing teams to focus on hard-to-find and unavailable materials.”