Consumer Products

Real-time intelligence and collaborative functionality to encourage innovation, streamline sourcing, and meet rising demand.

Meet Rising Demand With Enhanced Collaboration and Visibility

A Lack of End-to-End Visibility

Without visibility into suppliers and other tiers of the supply chain, manufacturers cannot properly identify and mitigate risk, leading to costly delays.


Low Investments into Digitization

According to Supplyframe data, only 42% of organizations believe they have fully adopted their digital transformation strategy, revealing a significant gap in digital investments.


Minimal Communication & Collaboration

 In many organizations, teams are siloed and cross-functional collaboration is rare. Communication with key suppliers is also sparse. 


Tomorrow's Products Designed by Today's Solutions

Augment Your Market Intelligence With Key Insights

Leverage deep, predictive insights into key commodities and stay ahead of the curve with real-time industry alerts.

Enhance New Product Introductions

Collaborate across engineering and sourcing within a single solution that incorporates BOM validation with real-time component intelligence and easily identifiable alternates.

Redefine Strategic Sourcing With Next-Generation Capabilities

Make smarter sourcing decisions throughout the product lifecycle with a solution purpose-built to ensure resilient supply and higher margins.

Steady, Consistent, Profitable Growth

Supplyframe's purpose-built solutions help electronics manufacturers improve their strategic sourcing, maximize profits, and achieve an end-to-end view of both risk and opportunity in their supply chains.


Sustained margins over non branded competitors


Maintain '21 channel growth levels

0% Cost

Maintain costs with alternate, but resilient parts

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