Lytica’s founder theorized if he could characterize a customer’s electronic component spend by Commodity then he could use this characterization of Competitiveness to identify pricing outliers as a basis for renegotiation. Ken’s theory was confirmed by customers worldwide and later recognized as Bradley’s Law.
Customers have proven time and time again that using Lytica’s price prediction approach for electronic components delivers high ROI with minimal effort compared to traditional cost reduction techniques.
A company should expect to pay for a specific electronic device a price commensurate with their Competitiveness within that particular commodity. This Competitiveness is the measure of how the supply chain sees the company.Ken Bradley, Founder & CTO, Lytica Inc.
We say to our clients, the only results that matter are your results. With years of algorithm innovation and a client base that includes some of the world’s largest and most sophisticated OEMs and EMS providers, Lytica stands proud of our founder’s innovative thoughts on electronic component price prediction.