Compliance Map Origin Determination Module is said to to simplify origin tracking within a complex manufacturing supply chain. Through a single dashboard, allows monitoring of an entire supply chain for compliance and quickly identification of country of origin. Substantial transformation calculations provide traceability with calculated origins rolled-up through bill of materials data. Is targeted at electronics and medical device manufacturing companies, especially components used in electronics assembly. Automatically collects country of oriwww.thecompliancemap.comgin data from the supply chain, applying rules of origin such as determining if the product was wholly produced in one country or if Substantial Transformation took place. Criteria such as Regional Value Content analysis can be automated to roll through the BOoM and provide a calculated and accurate origin determination. Integrates with source data, such as PLM/ERP and warehousing systems, for up-to-date, accurate and traceable origin determination. Automatically reviews tariff changes based on BoM and supply chain information and marks products appropriately.

The Compliance Map, thecompliancemap.com

Mike Buetow

CAVEAT LECTOR

Designed for speed.

Mike Buetow
Peter Bigelow

ROI

The local supply chain: endangered species.

Peter Bigelow
 Thomas Smiley

FOCUS ON BUSINESS

What should boards cost?

Thomas Smiley
 Duane Benson

DESIGNER’S NOTEBOOK

Keeping tabs.

Duane Benson
 Tim O'Neill

TECH TIPS

Understanding the “dot” matrix.

Timothy O’Neill
   
Mike Buetow

CAVEAT LECTOR

Putting the pieces together.

Mike Buetow
Peter Bigelow

ROI

Before and after.

Peter Bigelow
 E. Jan Vardaman

ON THE FOREFRONT

What’s driving Japan.

E. Jan Vardaman
 John McMillan

DESIGNER’S NOTEBOOK

Too many constraints.

John McMillan
 Mark Finstad

The Flexperts

Assembly adjustments.

Mark Finstad
 Robert Boguski

Test and Inspection

What tests can’t tell you.

Robert Boguski

 
 

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