|Letter from the CEO
What the Customer Wants is Trust
What’s the difference between a customer/supplier relationship and a partnership?In a word: Trust.Sometimes it seems as if no one trusts anyone anymore, and it’s easy to see why. Most people involved in the embedded computing supply chain have a story to tell about some supplier who’s acted in a win–lose way, where it seems like they’re benefiting at your expense…READ MORE
When it comes to proactive obsolescence management, no company is more trusted than GDCA in maintaining legacy embedded systems. Our core values combined with our commitment to our employees, our original equipment manufacturer (OEM) partners, and their customers create an environment of mutual trust for everyone.
We have learned that the best way to keep our OEM partners happy is by making sure their customers are happy…READ MORE
Embedded Tech Trends 2019 with our CEO Ethan Plotkin. Re-imagining Product Lifecycles: The Future of Obsolescence. Obsolescence is at the tail end of the product lifecycle, the portion that no one wants to deal with but is critical to mission readiness. Plotkin knows the issues well. In his talk, Ethan presents new ways to re-imaging solutions to dealing with the entire product lifecycle to better position for part obsolescence…WATCH HERE
The Embedded Technologies Expo & Conference (ETC) in San Jose was a first-time event for GDCA. It was a pleasure to join PICMG in supporting the ongoing conversation around how open standards can benefit the sensor industry in the exploding landscape of smart technology.
This year’s AVCOM Working group was another illuminating endeavor filled with insightful stories of challenges and progress in achieving strategic- obsolescence management. GDCA was honored to have our CEO, Ethan Plotkin, as a presenter and expert panelist once again this year. We’re looking forward to attending AVCOM next year, which we’re sure will have another record turnout.
On the Road (Upcoming Appearances)
August 13-15, 2019
August 27-29, 2019
September 24-26, 2019
October 9-10, 2019
December 2-6, 2019