This usually refers to a server or a complex system that can basically be shipped from the manufacturer, turned on, and work right away. Many VARs pride...
This type of outsourcing arrangement becomes viable when working with offshore manufacturers who have existing capabilities, processes, materials sourcing, quality systems and technical expertise in place. In this case, the offshore provider offers comprehensive, start-to-finish solutions.
Providing complete electronic manufacturing services comprising design, materials planning, procurement, inventory management, manufacturing and distribution.
is an outsourcing model, which turns all aspects of electronics manufacturing over to an EMS provider, who buys the raw materials and components and bills the OEM for a complete assembly. Turnkey is the opposite of the “consignment” model, where an OEM purchases raw materials and components and “consigns” them to an EMS provider for assembly. In the consignment model, an EMS provider’s revenue includes only the value-added in assembly, but not the cost of components.
A type of outsourcing method that turns over to the subcontractor all aspects of manufacturing including material acquisition, assembly and testing. Its opposite is consignment, where the outsourcing company provides all materials required for the products and the subcontractor provides only assembly equipment and labor.
Refers to a system that is supplied, installed and sometimes managed by one vendor or manufacturer.