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Dynamic Releases Second Issue of "The Lazarus Report" with a Focus on Product Lifecycle Management
In addition to taking a close look at how medical device manufacturers can adapt product development and management disciplines to keep up with technological change, this issue of Dynamic's "The Lazarus Report" features a number of news items related to product lifecycle management.
Close the Product Design, Procurement Gap to Manage Lifecycle Risk
Writing in Supply & Demand Chain Executive, Dynamic CEO Farida Ali explores the ways in which technology product designers can avoid the “design disconnect” that so often has a negative impact on both the company’s balance sheet and its reputation. Stressing the importance of product lifecycle realities, she urges “company leadership” to “redefine the role of technology product designer to include responsibility for supply chain risk management.” As she puts it, “It’s time for companies to adopt a design-led risk management approach.”
Dynamic Introduces "The Lazarus Report," a Quarterly Publication Devoted to Product End-of-Life Issues
Dynamic's inaugural issue of THE LAZARUS REPORT features a number of timely news items related to product lifecycle management, as well as an in-depth commentary on how the shift from Intel's x86 processor to an ARM platform is redefining technology lifecycles.
Product End-of-Life Risk Management: Minimizing Liabilities
Writing in Medical Product Outsourcing magazine, Dynamic CEO Farida Ali uses real life case studies to explore ways in which many challenges can be avoided through a more disciplined approach to product End-of-Life (EOL) management. “Without a comprehensive, proactive plan to monitor and manage the lifecycle of each product component,” she says, “a company will always have exposure to significant operational, financial, and reputational damage.” The secret to success: “senior management support, proper planning, integrated communication, and organizational transparency.”
Dynamic Technology Solutions Further Expands Coverage of Life Sciences Industry; Adds Robert Werner as Business Development Director
Dynamic Technology Solutions – a nationwide provider of customized computing solutions, and supply chain and technology lifecycle-related services – announced today that Robert Werner has joined the company as Business Development Director, responsible for expanding and managing relationships with the company’s life sciences clients, which also includes medical device and pharmaceutical companies.
Dynamic Technology Solutions Introduces Self-Diagnostic Tool that Measures Product End-of-Life (EOL) Risk Exposure
Dynamic's 10-Question "EOL Prep[SM]" Enables Companies to Evaluate and Strengthen Product End-of-Life Risk Management Capabilities
Dynamic's VALUECHAIN Publication Features Interview with Noted MIT Professor and Supply Chain Authority, Dr. Yossi Sheffi
Dynamic's inaugural issue of VALUECHAIN features MIT Professor Yossi Sheffi, a recognized global authority in supply chain management, and a multi-award-winning author. Read his interview here.
Dynamic Technology Solutions Expands Coverage of Medical Device Industry; Adds Dan Wood as Business Development Director
Seasoned Sales Executive Will Support Dynamic’s Focus on the Complex Technology Needs of Medical Device Companies
How to Build a Transparent Relationship with Your Suppliers
In Harvard Business Review, Dynamic’s CEO, Farida Ali, proposes that companies engage with their suppliers to mitigate supply chain risk. She argues that companies must expect all suppliers to have skin in the game, and require them to identify and keep them informed of all potential risks.
Dynamic Technology Solutions partners with Michigan Women Forward to advance opportunities for Michigan women
Partnering with @Michigan Women Forward, Dynamic will donate at least 75 HP ProBook laptop computers to support MWF’s program that helps women and minority entrepreneurs to gain access to online and software functions necessary for their businesses to grow and succeed - including marketing, accounting, operations and analytics. The first phase of the program, involving 25 program participants, was launched earlier this month.
Dynamic Technology Solutions Appoints Michael K. Hart as Firm's Chief Operating Officer
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., Sept. 7, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Technology Solutions – the leader in sourcing, testing, configuration and End-of-Life transitions for electronic technology within highly regulated industries – announced today that Michael K. Hart has been appointed as the Firm's Chief Operating Officer. He will report directly to Dynamic's CEO and President, Farida Ali.
2021 Top 15 Women in Power Expand the Vision of Supplier Diversity & Inclusion
Most business people are now familiar with the term Supplier Diversity & Inclusion, but do they really understand what it means in its widest sense? The 2021 Top 15 Women in Power are the passionate professionals who continue to expand a vision of SD&I that embraces both organizational members and society in general. SD&I once mostly referred to hiring diverse people or utilizing diverse businesses in the supply chain, but now the full vision embraces larger concepts, such as addressing social injustice and economic empowerment.
Rethinking Supply Chain Risk Scoring in a Post-COVID-19 World
For many companies that require consistent supply of technology products and components, and even in spite of occasional black swan events over the past decade, supply chain risk management has not always been a high priority. The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) has changed all that -- at least for the foreseeable future -- as raw material shortages and stock-outs combined with component obsolescence continue to threaten the economic health and survival of businesses around the world.
Dynamic Computer Corporation Releases Dynamic Supply Chain Risk Scoring Methodology
FREEMONT, CA: Dynamic Computer Corporation (DCC) announces the introduction of its Dynamic Supply Chain Risk Scoring methodology, a proprietary risk management process that detects potential supply chain risks and offers best-practice mitigation solutions based on scoring outcomes.
Taking An Industry-Specific Approach To Supply Chain Risk
Companies with complex electronic technology supply chains in industries like medical devices or aerospace and defense must take an approach to supply chain risk management that addresses the unique characteristics of their markets, according to Farida Ali, CEO and president of Dynamic Computer Corporation. But as Ali told PYMNTS in a recent interview, the nuances and variety of the risks in today's ecosystem can be overwhelming. "When we think about risk, it seems like something fuzzy, scary and unknowable," she said. "It's out there, and it's dangerous."
‘Women can be tough’: Hear from the CEO of Dynamic Computer Corporation
Dynamic Computer Corporation CEO Farida Ali started her tech career while working for her father. Ali had no technical experience in the medical and aerospace industries when she joined her father’s business but she proved to be a quick study. “We were selling computers when Microsoft was just making games,” Ali said. “He was thinking about the future for women. Even back then he never really thought of it any differently.”
Dynamic Computer Corporation Introduces Scoring Methodology That Calculates & Ranks Supply Chain Risk Exposure
March 23, 2021 - Dynamic Computer Corporation (DCC) announced today the introduction of its Dynamic Supply Chain Risk ScoringSM methodology, a proprietary risk management process that identifies potential supply chain risks and delivers best-practice mitigation solutions based on scoring results.
Dynamic Computer Corporation Introduces Scoring Methodology That Calculates and Ranks Supply Chain Risk Exposure
FARMINGTON HILLS, Mich., March 23, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Computer Corporation (DCC) announced today the introduction of its Dynamic Supply Chain Risk ScoringSM methodology, a proprietary risk management process that identifies potential supply chain risks and delivers best-practice mitigation solutions based on scoring results.
New Dynamic Computer Corporation Methodology Calculates and Ranks Supply Chain Risk Exposure
Dynamic Computer Corporation (DCC) introduced its Dynamic Supply Chain Risk Scoring methodology, a proprietary risk management process that identifies potential supply chain risks and delivers best-practice mitigation solutions based on scoring results.