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Cover parts shortages with the MyArrow BOM Tool

Posted on Sep 8, 2022. Featured in Bill of Materials , New on MyArrow , Purchasing .
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Cover shortages and keep your production lines running by uploading your shortage lists to MyArrow’s BOM tool.

While navigating shortages in the electronics industry can be difficult, Arrow makes it easy for you to cover shortages with an easy-to-use tool that checks Arrow’s inventory, pipelines, and part crosses. This visibility allows you to make a plan for how to deal with parts that are experiencing sourcing or lifecycle issues.

Just upload any shortage list to MyArrow’s BOM Tool and find the parts you need to keep your production lines running.

Benefits of using MyArrow’s BOM Tool

  • Upload any shortage list to the BOM tool and get stock updates in seconds. It doesn’t matter where the list started or came from.
  • Get shortages covered quickly by checking part crosses for alternative parts that can help you overcome stock outs, lifecycle issues, or any other sourcing problems.
  • Purchase with peace of mind knowing that MyArrow has partnered with SiliconExpert to ensure that the data shown in the part cross-grading tool is accurate and up-to-date.

How to upload your shortage lists

  1. Click “BOMs” at the top of your MyArrow dashboard.
  2. Directly upload your shortage list in your preferred format (xls, xlsx, csv).
  3. Map your column headers and check that your file information is correct.
  4. Click “View BOM” to upload your shortage list.
  5. Rename your list.
  6. Edit your list by deleting or adding parts.

How to check inventory and crosses

  1. Check for factory stock, Arrow inventory, and lead time.
  2. Search inventory with your preference of fastest or cheapest.
  3. Click “Download”.
  4. Select the information you want included in your report.
  5. Click “Email This BOM” to share the report.
  6. Select “Download” to receive report.

Topics: allocate , BOM , Buying , Evaluation , Risk , Supply Chain