Digi-Key teams for Quote API to secure 30 day pricing
Digi-Key Electronics has partnered with CalcuQuote to integrate its technology with Digi-Key’s Quote API, providing customers with a simplified software interface for stable pricing data.
With the chip shortage leading to component prices changing regularly, Digi-Key’s Quote API secures pricing for 30 days versus standard price and availability options, and offers a smoother ordering process with more efficient quoting and real-time data on demand. Through this partnership with CalcuQuote, Digi-Key customers can have confidence in the prices they are quoted and do not need to invest in extensive software development to make use of the technology.
“We are proud to leverage this integration with CalcuQuote for our Quote API to give customers a cost-effective and fast option to connect to Digi-Key’s API solutions,” said Nathan Pray, manager, digital technology office – B2B at Digi-Key. “This integration makes it easy for purchasing professionals around the globe to experience smoother and more efficient ordering while securing pricing for 30 days.”
“With this pioneering upgrade, customers and Digi-Key reps have access to the same information, ensuring the price is valid for thirty days,” said David Sharp, CalcuQuote’s vice president of product. “Our customers gain confidence, even amidst a volatile market, and CalcuQuote is the first to make it all possible.”
CalcuQuote provides quoting and supply chain software for the EMS industry to improve the speed, accuracy and efficiency of the quoting and supply chain process by optimizing operations and implementing sustainable digital solutions. Founded in 2014, CalcuQuote currently serves over two hundred EMS companies across twenty-four countries.
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