The electronic supply industry is about to become an important part of our everyday lives.
In this second article in our series on the future of the electronic industry, we look at the big players and the challenges they face.
In the last article, we looked at the future prospects of the home automation industry.
In today’s article, I will look at how the emerging digital markets are shaping the digital electronic industry.
I am joined by our lead analyst, Craig F. Hall, and our senior VP of product strategy, Jeff Tannenbaum, to talk about the key trends and opportunities facing the industry today.
Craig F., Craig F.’s first name is Craig and he is our Chief Executive Officer.
He started in the electronics industry in 1994 when he became the VP of Sales for the Philips Electronics division, which sold Philips products for almost 10 years.
Craig’s expertise includes product development, manufacturing, supply chain management, and business strategy.
Craig has also been with Philips since 2001 and was responsible for product development for all of the company’s products, including the iPods and iPods Classic.
Craig graduated from the University of Texas with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering in 1994 and is a current member of the Texas A&M University graduate engineering program.
Jeff T., Jeff T.’s name is Jeff and he joined the company in 1996 as a Senior Vice President of Sales.
He joined the organization in 2004 as a member of our Vice President, Business Development and Strategy.
Jeff has been a part of Philips’ supply chain for over five years and was one of the founding partners in the Philips EMC Group.
Jeff was a Senior Manager at Philips EMB Group for five years.
Jeff’s knowledge and experience in supply chain development and logistics management make him a very effective partner.
He brings a wealth of knowledge and insights to the team as we lead our supply chain efforts and support our customers and partners.
In addition to being a highly successful member of that team, Jeff also brings a huge amount of experience in managing large supply chains.
In recent years, Jeff has served as Senior Vice Presidents for all three of Philips Electronics’ major segments.
Jeff is an avid fan of all things Apple, and his favorite products include the iPax line of Apple products and iPax Mini, which he also manufactures.
Jeff also has a personal love for all things electronics, as he is an iPhone fan.
We are very proud of our team members for their commitment to supporting the customers of Philips, and we thank them for their dedication to the company.
We would also like to thank the people at Apple who have helped us create a fantastic digital supply chain that will help us grow the industry and deliver the best products to our customers.
In our third and final article in the series, we will look into how the digital electronics industry is changing over the next 10 years and what that means for the consumer.
Craig is joined by senior vice president of engineering, James W. Kallon, and senior vice President of technology, Eric F. Hines.
James, who has been with us for the last four years, is responsible for building out the company\’s supply chain and logistics and the development and launch of products for the electronic market.
James has a lot of experience working with supply chain teams in other industries.
He is responsible at several large and small companies and has experience with building out a network of supply chain specialists in the semiconductor industry.
Eric has a wealth for the industry of more than 30 years experience in semiconductor manufacturing.
He has been involved with the semiconductors industry for the past 15 years and is responsible, as part of his role with the team, for all the supply chain engineering, manufacturing and logistics.
Jeff, who is our chief operating officer, is a key player in the supply-chain efforts at Philips.
We have always been driven by customer service, and the work that Jeff and his team do to support the Philips customers and ensure they get the best product and service is always appreciated.
We appreciate the work he does on the supply side as well, and it is something we can rely on.
In terms of the future, we are in the early stages of looking at how our digital electronics business is going to evolve and we are working with our team to plan and execute on the right strategy for our growth and our future.
As we continue to move forward, it is important to note that our customers are important to us as well.
They are our most loyal customers and we value them as our partners.
We will continue to grow our team, improve our product offerings, and provide them with the tools to succeed in the future.
Thank you so much for listening, and please join us as we talk about tomorrow\’s story.