Serving%20the%20Printed%20Circuit%20Board%20and%20Electronics%20Assembly%20Industries - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

View by Category
About This Presentation
Title:

Serving%20the%20Printed%20Circuit%20Board%20and%20Electronics%20Assembly%20Industries

Description:

Serving the Printed Circuit Board and Electronics Assembly Industries An Overview * IPC s public policy advocacy took a new direction in the early 90s and now ... – PowerPoint PPT presentation

Number of Views:346
Avg rating:3.0/5.0
Slides: 83
Provided by: BettyJ2
Learn more at: http://www.ammannato.it
Category:

less

Write a Comment
User Comments (0)
Transcript and Presenter's Notes

Title: Serving%20the%20Printed%20Circuit%20Board%20and%20Electronics%20Assembly%20Industries


1
Serving the Printed Circuit Board and Electronics
Assembly Industries
  • An Overview

2
OVERVIEW OF IPC
  • Background and History
  • IPC Structure
  • Membership
  • Major Program Areas
  • Global Initiatives
  • Mission Long-Range Strategies

3
BACKGROUND HISTORY
  • IPC is a global trade association dedicated to
    the competitive excellence and financial success
    of its 2,500 member companies which represent all
    facets of the electronics interconnect industry,
    including design, printed circuit board
    manufacturing and electronics assembly.
  • As a member-driven organization and leading
    source for industry standards, training, market
    research and public policy advocacy, IPC supports
    programs to meet the needs of an estimated 1.5
    trillion global electronics industry.

4
BACKGROUND HISTORY
  • Founded in 1957 as the Institute of Printed
    Circuits with 6 Member Companies
  • Strong Foundation as Technical Organization
    Dedicated to Meeting Industry Needs
  • Focus on Design, PCB Manufacturing and
    Electronics Assembly

5
IPC STRUCTURE Staff Organization
  • 79 Professional Staff in 2007
  • 64 in Bannockburn, IL (Corporate HQ)
  • 6 in Taos, NM (Media Training)
  • 2 in Washington, D.C. (Government Relations
    Environmental Policy)
  • 7 in Shanghai, China (IPC WOFE)

6
IPC STRUCTURE Staff Organization
7
IPC STRUCTURE
Year Members Staff Revenues
1993 1600 35 2.3 M
1998 2500 83 11.4 M
2000 2776 98 15.5 M
2002 2450 80 13.9 M
2004 2240 69 12.1 M
2006 2435 71 12.9 M
2007 2544 79 15.0 M
8
IPC STRUCTURE Volunteer Organization
Members
Board of Directors
PCB Suppliers Management Council
PCB Management Council
Solder Products Value Council
OEM Critical Components Council
EMS Management Council
SMEMA Management Council
EMTF Steering Committee
Technical Activities Executive Committee
9
IPC STRUCTUREGovernance
  • Each Council sets its own agenda, goals and
    member deliverables
  • Board of Directors provides overall policy,
    vision and strategic direction for IPC
  • IPC staff manages day-to-day activities of the
    association to implement the strategic policy

10
MEMBERSHIP
  • Over 2500 Members Worldwide
  • Printed Circuit Board Manufacturers
  • EMS Companies
  • Suppliers of Equipment Materials, Processes and
    Services
  • OEMs
  • Government, Educational and Not-For-Profit
    Organizations

11
MEMBERSHIPType
  • PCB Manufacturers 308 (13)
  • EMS Companies 516 (20)
  • Suppliers 650 (25)
  • OEMs 874 (33)
  • Government/Others 228 (9)
  • 2,576 Member Companies

12
MEMBERSHIPLocation
  • Over 2500 Members located in 54 Countries
  • around the world
  • 76 North America
  • 11 Asia
  • 11 Europe
  • 2 Other

13
MEMBERSHIPDues
  • Membership is site-specific and provides benefits
    to everyone at your facility
  • Annual Dues - 1,000
  • Additional Sites - 800
  • If revenue is less than 1M, annual dues are 600
  • Government, educational and not-for-profit
    organizations - 250

14
MEMBERSHIP Membership-Dues Comparison1957 -
2006
15
MEMBERSHIPBenefits of Joining IPC
  • Access Information Technology
  • FREE subscriptions to the REVIEW, our monthly
    magazine that highlights standards development,
    technical information and updates on Association
    activities
  • Members Only area of IPCs website for research
    results and timely information
  • Join the Executive Market Technology Forum to
    network and obtain valuable market research
    studies

16
MEMBERSHIPBenefits of Joining IPC
  • Access Information Technology (continued)
  • Get involved in committees and PCB/EMS Management
    Councils
  • Technical support and assistance, including
    priority responses to technical questions
  • Statistical programs for EMS, PCB, laminate,
    process consumables, solder and assembly
    equipment
  • FREE subscription to Quarterly PCB Forecast

17
MEMBERSHIPBenefits of Joining IPC
  • Reduce Costs
  • Member discounts of up to 50 on standards,
    publications and training materials
  • One FREE copy of each new standard within 90 days
    of publication
  • Discounted pricing to exhibit at IPC Printed
    Circuit Expo, APEX and the Designers Summit and
    the new IPC Midwest Conference Exhibition
  • Member discounts when attending meetings,
    technical conferences and educational workshops

18
MEMBERSHIPBenefits of Joining IPC
  • Market Build Your Business
  • Listing in the online Membership Directory
  • Listing in the Products Services Index
  • Use IPC's member logo in your marketing and
    promotional materials
  • Listing on IPCs website with your logo and
    company description

19
MEMBERSHIPBenefits of Joining IPC
  • No matter what your role in the electronic
    interconnect industryPCB Design, PCB
    Fabrication, EMS Provider, OEM, industry
    supplier, government agency, educational
    institutionyou will find that IPC membership is
    a dynamic resource for everyone at your site.
    From technology, to management programs, to a
    public voice, your company will find the
    resources of the entire industry behind it!

20
MAJOR PROGRAM AREASWhat We Do
  • Management Programs
  • Conferences Expositions
  • Technical Programs
  • Professional Development
  • Training Certification
  • Market Research
  • Statistical Programs
  • Public Policy Advocacy

21
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMSCouncils
  • PCB Management Council
  • EMS Management Council
  • PCB Suppliers Management Council
  • SMEMA (Surface Mount Equipment Manufacturers
    Association) Management Council
  • Solder Products Value Council
  • OEM Critical Components Council

22
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS PCB Management Council
  • Semiannual meetings of Presidents Senior
    Executives
  • International Meetings
  • Input into program development
  • Steering committee
  • Subcommittees created as new industry needs are
    identified

23
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS EMS Management Council
  • Semiannual meetings of Senior Executives
  • EMS Program Manager Certification
  • Lead Free Process Audit Certification
  • Input into program development
  • Steering Committee

24
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS PCB Suppliers Management
Council
  • Founded IPC Printed Circuits Expo
  • Continues to drive and steer trade show through
    Subcommittee
  • New technology impact analysis
  • Environmental regulation
  • Technology Interchange Intel latest
  • Steering Committee members are individuals senior
    enough to commit their companies

25
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS SMEMA Management Council
  • Founded IPC APEX in 2000
  • Continues to drive and steer trade show through
    Subcommittee
  • Cost of Ownership document
  • International trade show participation cost
    analysis
  • Statistical Programs on installed base and
    equipment status

26
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMSSolder Products Value Council
  • Lead free reliability testing white paper and
    voiding white paper
  • Research on lead free patents
  • Costs of lead free solder
  • Solder labeling documentation
  • Global management meetings

27
MANAGEMENT PROGRAMS OEM Critical Components
Council
  • Standards on critical components for computer/
    telecommunications including
  • - Air moving devices/fans standard (Complete)
  • - Passive components
  • - Active components
  • - Power supplies

28
CONFERENCES EXPOSITIONSIPC Printed Circuits
Expo/APEX
  • April 1 3, 2008 Mandalay Bay Resort and
    Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV
  • Only U.S. trade show focused specifically on bare
    boards
  • Largest and most prestigious electronics assembly
    exhibition in North America
  • 100 PCB and EMS presidents attend special
    management conference

29
CONFERENCES EXPOSITIONSIPC Printed Circuits
Expo/APEX
  • Largest technical conference for PCB/electronics
    assembly industries in the world
  • 60 workshops and tutorials
  • Hundreds of IPC technical committees,
    subcommittees and working group sessions
  • First trade show to eliminate extraneous costs
    money goes back to industry through various
    programs

30
CONFERENCES EXPOSITIONSIPC Midwest Conference
Exhibition
  • Conference Exhibition September 24-25, 2008
    Meetings Courses September 20-25, 2008
  • Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel Convention Center,
    Schaumburg, IL
  • Only Midwest Show that covers all aspects of the
    industry board design and manufacture
    electronics assembly, manufacture and test
  • More than 130 of the industrys leading suppliers
    exhibiting equipment, chemicals, materials,
    software and services

31
INDUSTRY PROGRAMS
  • Local Focus
  • Regional/Local Circuit Associations
  • - California Circuits Association (CCA)
  • - Sacramento Day
  • - CCA Golf Tournaments
  • - Education Program Lead Free
  • - Monthly Newsletter

32
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS
  • Designers Council
  • Standards Specifications
  • Technical Committees
  • Joint Standards Activities
  • Affiliations
  • Current Major Initiatives

33
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Designers Council
  • An international network of designers
  • Currently 1000 individual participants
  • Consists of an Executive Board, an Education
    Committee, and self-governing local chapters
  • Promotes printed board and printed board assembly
    design as a profession
  • Improves educational opportunities for designers

34
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Designers CouncilTraining
Certification
  • Over 3000 designers certified as Certified
    Interconnect Designers (CID)
  • Over 500 designers certified as Advanced
    Certified Interconnect Designers (CID)
  • Designers Learning Symposiums
  • Designers Summit at IPC Printed Circuits Expo
    and SMEMA Council APEX

35
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Designers CouncilChapters
  • Long Island, NY
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Midwest (Minneapolis)
  • North Texas (Dallas), TX
  • Northeast Ohio, OH
  • Northern Illinois, IL
  • Orange County, CA
  • Pacific Northwest, OR
  • RTP (Raleigh, Durham), NC
  • San Diego, CA
  • Silicon Valley, CA
  • Southern New England, CT
  • Space Coast (Melbourne), FL
  • Susquehanna Region, NY
  • United Kingdom
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Austin - TX
  • Australasian
  • Canada Montreal
  • Canada Ottawa Silicon Valley North
  • Canada Toronto
  • Cascade (Seattle), WA
  • Chesapeake
  • Colorado (Denver)
  • Gateway, MO
  • Germany (Europe)
  • Greater Boston, MA
  • Greater Ohio, OH
  • Greater Phoenix, AZ
  • Houston, TX
  • Ireland
  • Israel

36
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Standards Specifications
  • Standards, specifications and guidelines
    developed for PCB design, manufacture and
    assembly
  • ANSI-Accredited Standards Developing Organization
    (SDO)
  • Industry roadmaps
  • Published more than 1,000 technical papers and
    200 standards
  • IPC standards are internationally recognized and
    globally accepted

37
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Technical Committees
  • 22 General Committees
  • 190 Subcommittees and Task Groups
  • - Consist of industry peers
  • - Started writing standards in 1959
  • - Responsible for round robin test programs
  • - Managed by Technical Activities Executive
    Committee (TAEC)

38
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Joint Standards Activities
  • Japan Electronics Packaging Circuits
    Association (JPCA)
  • Wiring and Harness Manufacturers Association
    (WHMA)
  • Electronic Industries Alliance (EIA)
  • Joint Electron Device Engineering Council (JEDEC)
  • International Electronic Manufacturing Initiative
    (iNEMI)

39
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Affiliations
  • International Electronics Manufacturing
    Initiative (iNEMI)
  • American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
  • Underwriters Laboratories (UL)

40
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS International Activities
  • Liaison D Status to IEC TC91
  • U.S. Technical Advisor (TA) IEC TC91 on SMT
  • Chairmanship of IEC TC91 on SMT
  • Secretariat of US TAG IEC TC93 on EDA
  • Hold US TAG of ISO Task group on solder materials

41
TECHNICAL PROGRAMS Current Major Initiatives
  • Lead Free
  • Embedded components
  • Electronics enclosures
  • Critical components

42
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
  • Conferences
  • Workshops
  • Webcasts

43
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTConferences
  • National Conferences
  • - Lead Free with JEDEC
  • - Lead Free with Soldertec
  • - Materials Declaration
  • - Flex
  • - Test Inspection
  • - Embedded Devices
  • International Conference
  • - Electronic Circuits World Convention
  • Held every 3 years Shanghai, China in 2008
  • - Seminars with CPCA, Nepcon Shanghai and China
    HiTech

44
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTWorkshops
  • Design for Manufacture
  • Design for Assembly
  • Lead Free
  • EMI and EMC for the Design Engineer
  • Fundamentals of PCBs
  • Troubleshooting Your Process
  • Materials Declaration

45
PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENTWebcasts
  • Lead Free
  • Materials Declaration
  • Embedded Devices
  • PCB Technology
  • Assembly Technology
  • Design

46
TRAINING CERTIFICATION
  • IPC-A-610 - Acceptability of Electronics
    Assemblies
  • Train-the-Trainer
  • 10,000 instructors trained and certified
  • 100,000 operators trained and certified
  • 42 Certification Centers in 14 countries

47
TRAINING CERTIFICATION
  • IPC-A-600 Acceptability of Printed Wiring
    Boards
  • J-STD-001 National Soldering Standard
  • Hand-soldering training and certification
  • Rework and Repair
  • Based on IPC-7711 and IPC-7721
  • IPC/WHMA-A-620 Acceptability and Requirements
    for Cable and Wire Harness Assemblies

48
TRAINING CERTIFICATION Video Computer-Based
Training
  • Over 100 award-winning titles
  • 6 Media Types
  • - High-resolution Digital Video Disks (DVD)
  • - Downloadable digitized training videos for
    On-line Video Training (OVT)
  • - CD/CD-ROMs for interactive self-paced training
    and electronic reference on the computer (CBT)
  • - Training Manuals and Reference Guides
  • - Defect photography and computer-generated
    graphics clip-art on CD-ROM and Slide Sets
  • - Big impression wall posters

49
TRAINING CERTIFICATION Video Computer-Based
Training
  • Many titles available in Chinese, Spanish,
    French, Russian, German and Vietnamese
  • Certification test materials available for
    self-administered testing
  • FREE Internet Resources
  • - Training News
  • - TrainerNet
  • Stand-alone, site and global licensing permissions

50
MARKET RESEARCH STATISTICAL PROGRAMS
  • Executive Market Technology Forum
  • Market Studies
  • Benchmarking Studies
  • Wage Compensation Studies
  • Business Intelligence Reports
  • Industry Statistical Programs
  • Conferences on Market and Technology Trends
  • Publications

51
MARKET RESEARCH Executive Market Technology
Forum
  • Started as Technology Market Research Council
    (TMRC) in 1975
  • Renamed and expanded in January 2006
  • Only IPC member facilities are eligible to join
  • Almost 200 member facilities worldwide from all
    segments of the supply chain

52
MARKET RESEARCH Executive Market Technology
Forum
  • 7 major market research studies per year
  • Quarterly business report (Supply Chain Tracker)
  • Monthly PCB and semiconductor industry statistics
    (The Barometer)
  • 3 annual conferences on industry trends (one each
    in Asia, Europe and North America)
  • Full-Service Package 1,500 per year (includes
    free conference registrations)
  • Research Package 1,200 per year

53
MARKET RESEARCH Annual Market Studies
  • Worldwide EMS Industry Analysis Forecast
  • World PCB Production Laminate Market Report
    (available to Executive Forum members only)
  • PCB Technology Trends
  • Analysis Forecast of the North American PCB
    Industry
  • Analysis Forecast of the North American
    Flexible Circuit Industry

54
MARKET RESEARCH Commissioned Market Studies
  • 2006
  • Medical Electronics Market Opportunities for the
    Electronic Interconnect Manufacturers
  • The Future of High-Speed Electronic Technology
    2006 - 2016
  • 2007
  • Microelectronics The Future of Miniaturization
    and its Impact on Electronics Manufacturing
  • Where in the World? A Geographic Guide to
    Investing for Long-Term Business Growth in the
    Electronic Interconnect Industry

55
MARKET RESEARCH Other Market Studies
  • Annual Benchmarking Studies
  • - EMS Performance Benchmarking
  • - PCB Quality Benchmarking
  • Biennial Compensation Studies
  • - PCB Wage Rate, Salary Sales Compensation
    Survey
  • - EMS Wage Rate, Salary Sales Compensation
    Survey
  • - PCB Executive Compensation Survey
  • - EMS Executive Compensation Survey

56
STATISTICAL PROGRAMSQuarterly Programs
  • EMS (global)
  • Electronics Assembly Equipment (global)
  • Solder (global)
  • Process Consumables (global)
  • Dry Film
  • PCB Fabrication Equipment
  • Laminate (global)
  • Only survey participants receive complete results
  • PCB Forecast Report
  • - Commissioned forecasts available to all IPC
    members

57
STATISTICAL PROGRAMSMonthly Programs
  • Rigid PCBs
  • Flexible Circuits
  • - Highlights of PCB surveys are published in PCB
    book-to-bill news releases
  • EMS (global)
  • Only survey participants receive complete results

58
MARKET RESEARCH STATISTICAL PROGRAMSPublication
s
  • Supply Chain Tracker
  • Current data and analysis on all segments of the
    supply chain (materials, solder, equipment, PCBs,
    EMS OEM industries), including economic trends
    and leading indicators
  • FREE to Executive Forum members
  • - 500 IPC Members/ 1,000 Non-members
  • The Barometer
  • Monthly report for Executive Forum members only
  • Current PCB and semiconductor industry sales and
    bookings data

59
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACY
  • Overview
  • Government Relations
  • Environmental, Health Safety

60
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACYOverview
  • Established in 1992
  • Representation in Washington D.C.
  • Involved with issues that impact the
    competitiveness and bottom line of IPC members
    worldwide
  • Take action in support of the electronics
    industry
  • Recognized industry voice on the PCB electronics
    assembly industries issues

61
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACYGovernment Relations
  • IPC actively monitors national, state and foreign
    government actions that affect the electronic
  • interconnection industry, and represents and
  • promotes our members interests to these
  • legislative bodies in
  • manufacturing
  • taxation and finance
  • international trade
  • corporate governance
  • science and technology
  • human resources

62
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACYMajor Policy Focus Areas
  • International Trade
  • Intellectual Property
  • Corporate Governance
  • Taxation
  • Federal RD Funding for the Electronics Industry
  • National Security/Defense Electronics Supply
    Chain issues

63
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACYEnvironmental, Health
Safety
  • The IPC EHS program advocates the
  • promotion of cleaner, safer manufacturing
  • worldwide through
  • Information exchange
  • Assisting the PCB/EMS industry in regulatory
    compliance
  • Promoting the development of workable, consistent
    and competitive legislation and regulations

64
PUBLIC POLICY ADVOCACYCurrent Environmental
Issues
  • Lead-Free Labeling
  • Lead Free Solder Life Cycle Environment Analysis
  • Materials Declarations
  • EU WEEE/RoHS Implementation
  • TRI Burden Relief
  • F006 Sludge Delisting
  • EHS Benchmarking
  • Brominated Flame Retardants monitoring

65
GLOBAL INITIATIVES
  • World Electronics Circuit Council
  • China
  • Europe
  • India

66
GLOBAL INITIATIVES World Electronics Circuit
Council
  • China Printed Circuit Association (CPCA)
  • European Institute of Printed Circuits (EIPC)
  • Hong Kong Printed Circuit Association (HKPCA)
  • Indian Printed Circuit Association (IPCA)
  • Japan Printed Circuit Association (JPCA)
  • Korea Printed Circuit Association (KPCA)
  • Taiwan Printed Circuit Association (TPCA)

67
GLOBAL INITIATIVESChina
  • 2001
  • IPC establishes representative office in
    Shanghai, China
  • 2004
  • IPC sets up a Wholly Owned Foreign Enterprise
    IPC WOFE

68
GLOBAL INITIATIVESIPC WOFE
  • Mission Purpose
  • To increase IPCs presence in China
  • To better service the needs of assembly and PCB
    industry in China
  • To grow and better service the needs of our
    members in China
  • To provide programs for electronics manufacturers
    to increase their employees technical education,
    improve the quality of their operations, and
    provide a variety of tools to enhance their
    business
  • Increase the use of IPC international standards
    and improve quality

69
GLOBAL INITIATIVESIPC WOFE
  • Accomplishments
  • Planned more than 10 technical conferences and
    events in China/Asia
  • Provided consulting services to over 100
    companies to assist in staff training
  • Over 170 active subscribers on the TGAsia
    Technical Forum
  • 6 active standards development groups
  • Translated several new documents into Chinese
  • Sponsored joint events and programs with CPCA
    HKPCA

70
GLOBAL INITIATIVESIPC WOFE
  • Accomplishments
  • Standards Development Programs
  • - IPC-A-610
  • - IPC-A-620
  • - IPC-7711 and IPC-7721
  • - IPC-T-50
  • - IPC J-Std-001, 002, 003, 004, 005 006
  • - IPC Advanced Technologies

71
GLOBAL INITIATIVESIPC WOFE
  • Programs in Development
  • Launching IPC J-Std 001
  • Develop and promote DFM, CID and CID training
  • Customized consulting on SMT, ESD and PCB
    manufacturing
  • Setting up a hand soldering lab
  • EMS coaching

72
GLOBAL INITIATIVESEurope
  • Accomplishments
  • 23 Licensed Distributors
  • - Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Holland,
    Italy, Norway, Sweden, Turkey, U.K., Poland,
    Czech Republic, Romania and Russia
  • 10 Certification Training Centers
  • - Denmark, Germany, Italy, Sweden, U.K., Poland,
    Romania, Scotland, Ireland and the Netherlands
  • Local translations of documents and standards
    into
  • - German, Spanish, Danish, Swedish, Finnish,
    Dutch, Italian, French, Polish, Hungarian, Czech,
    Romanian and Russian

73
GLOBAL INITIATIVESEurope
  • Accomplishments
  • Participated in international conferences,
    workshops and exhibitions in more than 8
    countries including
  • - Electrotech07 in Turkey
  • - Microelettronica 2007 in Italy
  • - Nepcon UK in England
  • - E07 IPC/Betek Seminar in Norway
  • - FED Conference Productronica in Germany
  • - Scanditron in Poland and Sweden
  • - Pbt SMD Days in Czech Republic
  • - Helsinki Finland

74
GLOBAL INITIATIVESIndia
  • Participated in Indian Printed Circuit
    Associations annual trade show and technical
    conference IPCA Expo in Bangalore in 2006 2007
  • Established the Industry Association Training
    Company (IATC) a joint venture with IPCA
  • Contracted 8 trainers to conduct certification
    training classes organized by IATC for
    IPC-A-610 and IPC-A-600

75
MISSION, PHILOSOPHY STRATEGIES
  • IPC Mission Statement
  • IPC Strategic Plan

76
IPC Mission Statement
  • IPC is a United States-based trade association
    dedicated to furthering the competitive
    excellence and financial success of its members
    worldwide, who are participants in the electronic
    interconnect industry.
  • In pursuit of these objectives, IPC will devote
    resources to management improvement and
    technology enhancement programs, the creation of
    relevant standards, protection of the
    environment, and pertinent government relations.
  • IPC encourages the active participation of all
    its members in these activities and commits to
    full cooperation with all related national and
    international organizations.
  • Adopted April 1991/Reaffirmed May 2004

77
IPC Strategic Plan
78
IPC Strategic Plan
  • Objective 1
  • Position IPC as a Recognized Global Association
  • for the Electronics Interconnection Industry
  • Strategy 1-1 Pursue collaborative relationships
    with international, national and regional
    industry-related associations and organizations
  • Strategy 1-2 Articulate and communicate the
    benefits of IPCs global objectives and
    strategies
  • Strategy 1-3 Promote and support the protection
    of Intellectual Property (IP)
  • Strategy 1-4 Promote industry compliance of
    environmental standards worldwide

79
IPC Strategic Plan
  • Objective 2
  • Strengthen IPCs Position as the Industrys
  • Worldwide Standards-Setting Organization
  • Strategy 2-1 Make key IPC standards more
    accessible to global markets
  • Strategy 2-2 Expand IPCs influence and
    visibility of standards in China
  • Strategy 2-3 Continue to expand acceptance and
    use of IPC standards by OEM and EMS companies
  • Strategy 2-4 Expand IPC standards activities to
    other segments of the supply chain
  • Strategy 2-5 Develop methods in standards
    development to decrease the time to market of
    new or revised standards

80
IPC Strategic Plan
  • Objective 3
  • Expand Participation in IPC Events and
  • Activities Worldwide
  • Strategy 3-1 Create a specific regional
    membership strategy for areas of the world where
    IPC has a local presenceUnited States, China and
    Europe
  • Strategy 3-2 Create a participation/communicatio
    ns strategy for areas of the world where IPC is
    represented by distributors or has no
    presenceSoutheast Asia, India and Europe
  • Strategy 3-3 Refine IPCs membership
    communications strategy

81
IPC Strategic Plan
  • Objective 4
  • Expand IPCs Global Data Collection, Analysis,
  • and Dissemination Process
  • Strategy 4-1 Increase membership in the EMTF
  • Strategy 4-2 Increase the value proposition of
    market research
  • Strategy 4-3 Disseminate market data to IPC's
    global membership

82
  • Thank you.
About PowerShow.com