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Supply Chain

Supply chain lies at the heart of all businesses from production through to end delivery. Omdia offers in-depth insight covering all stages of the supply chain.

We monitor the impact of regulations imposed by the government and industry regulators through to predicting supply chain risks due to factors such as shortages, shipment delays, production stoppages or global economic impact. We also deliver market leading data trackers that monitor shipments, trends, and value chain dynamics helping you make executive decisions.

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Featured Insights

Tech supply chain's 'next cycle' begins

Omdia's new special report provides a guide to "what's next" for the technology sector as the global economy looks to recover from the COVID 19 pandemic. 

The next “new normal” is starting to look more like the “old normal” for many tech markets, such as consumer electronics and IT devices. But the impacts of the pandemic continue to reverberate in the semiconductor and displays markets, which are seeing ongoing shortages, supply/demand balance, and price fluctuations. Discover how shifts in consumer and business spending are driving new dynamics in the technology supply chain.

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Access the report: Tech supply chain's "next cycle" begins
 
VR and AR are both on the rise, but their supply chains have key differences

With the metaverse gaining momentum, AR and VR will come under increased focus, but how does their supply chain differ?

VR and AR are both at the early stages of developing their customer bases, but it's clear even at this stage that the supply chains for the display technologies underpinning the two are divergent and will develop with distinct differences. 

The supply chain crisis in 2021 reshaped the manufacturing industry

Supply chain issues will continue to plague the automation market in 2022, and the strategic transformation of automation suppliers is still in progress.  

Being able to grasp customer needs and market trends accurately and having an advanced, strategic layout of products will help manufacturers survive current challenges and optimize their operations for the post-pandemic era.

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Omdia analysts contribute to industry-leading events globally, including many of the 250 events and conferences held annually across the Informa Tech network. Meet our experts at events such as our display conferences, 5G World, Black Hat, GDC, AfricaCom, The AI Summit and London Tech Week.

Meet the team
Sonia Agnese

Senior Principal Analyst, LATAM Service Provider Markets

Sonia Agnese
Hiroshi Hayase

Research Manager, Small Medium Displays

Hiroshi Hayase
Stacy Wu

Senior Principal Analyst, Taiwan Mobile Display & Automotive Display

Stacy Wu
Sarah McBride

Senior Analyst, Regulation

Sarah McBride
Linda Lin

Principal Research Analyst, Tablet and Notebook Display and OEM

Linda Lin
Rik Turner

Principal Analyst, Emerging Technologies

Rik Turner
Lisa Wang

Analyst, Industrial Automation Equipment

Lisa Wang
John Canali

Senior Analyst, Service Provider IoT Strategies

John Canali
Nick Jiang
Nick Jiang

Senior Research Analyst, TV Display & OEM Supply Chain

Nick Jiang
Deborah Yang

Chief Analyst, Display & OEM Supply Chain

Deborah Yang