Adapting to Change in the Electronics Industry | Real Talk Ft. PCX CEO Gil Aouizerat | Ep 43

The increasing demand globally for electronics is rapidly evolving manufacturing and supply chain, but our digital world has had a tendency to dehumanize relationships. As a leader, finding ways for your team rehumanize these relationships creates deeper conversation leading to greater opportunity! Tune in to this episode of Real Talk with Rob Tavi featuring Giles (Gil) Aouizerat as we take a deep dive into the dynamic environment and current affairs driving change, challenges and growth within the electronics industry!

As CEO of PCX, Inc. Gilles has provided the vision and leadership to survive and thrive through 4 recessions while growing the organization to over 100 million dollars in sales in that time period in the distribution of electronic components and semiconductors.

Gilles has also led the organization and provided the tools and resources to create the Star Quality Program (http://www.pcxco.com/star-quality-program.html); a 67-step inspection process that has re-defined quality control in the independent electronic distribution market for electronic components and semiconductors.

Under his leadership PCX Inc. has also achieved several key certifications including ESD ANSI S20.20, ISO 9001-2008, AS9120-2007, HUBZone certification, and DSCC certification.

He also serves on the IDEA board (www.idofea.org) as a member of the executive board, a leading independent electronic distribution non-profit trade organization in the electronic components and semiconductor space.

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