Strong trio of speakers for free webinar next week
Dec 03, 2007
Don't not miss this free webinar entitled, The Perfect Storm - Optimizing NPI process with innovative software - Survival tools for streamlining and optimizing the NPI process for SMT
When multiple challenges converge at the same time, like numerous change orders, incomplete customer data, unexpected rush orders, unscheduled line downtime to debug programs or libraries, or last minute material substitutions, a perfect storm develops that is often overwhelming and has a disastrous impact on your shipping commitments. This webinar will provide you with real-life insight and highlight some proven solutions that can calm the storm and help keep your productivity and production schedules on tract.
Don Soracco of Mack Technologies, has worked in the electronics manufacturing services industry for 17 years. His experience started supporting surface mount production lines, including SMT programming for new product introduction. While in the support role Don was responsible for the evolution of manual SMT programming and process development to automated CAM systems such as Valor. Through the years Don's role expanded to all areas of board level printed circuit board assembly. The board technology has ranged from low complexity to high complexity assemblies. In Don's current role he is responsible for an engineering group that includes process engineering, product engineering, documentation control and equipment maintenance.
Bruce Isbell has worked hands on in the electronics manufacturing industry for 27 years. His experience on the shop floor as a process engineer spans across low volume complex boards for the military at Texas Instruments, to very high volume boards for telecommunications at Motorola. For the past 11 years Mr. Isbell has utilized his manufacturing experience to refocused his career to help others achieve high productivity by providing software solutions to electronics manufactures. Mr. Isbell joined Valor in 1999 and is now the Sr. Strategic Marketing Manager on the corporate marketing team.
EMSNow's Editor-in-Chief, Philip Stoten has been working in the electronics supply chain for more than 25 years. Having started his career as a designer, Philip was involved in production, procurement, outsourcing, sales and marketing for several electronics companies before becoming a journalist in 1993. Since then Philip has written for a number of print and internet journals and is currently editor-in-chief of EMSNow
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