April Allied Expert Advice Offers Expertise on Mini-I/O Tech, Supply Chain Challenges, Connected Factories, and Sanitation

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May 4, 2021

Allied Electronics & Automation continues to enhance its expert advice website offerings for April, adding six articles to their expanding topic list in categories like industrial communications, industrial control, machine safety, motion control and sensing. As part of its focus on improving the customer experience, Allied offers expert advice, whitepapers and other resources online to help meet customers’ wide-ranging needs and provide insightful guidance and expertise into trending, relevant topics.

Utilizing internal experts, as well as those from its roster of more than 500 suppliers, Allied is striving to put knowledge and expertise at their customers’ fingertips, while delivering solutions as unique as their businesses.

Recent Expert Advice topics include:

May will feature a series of Ask the Expert articles highlighting facilities maintenance topics from subject matter experts at Allied, Nyco, Dykem (ITW Pro Brand Products), Kimberly-Clark and Fluke, as well as relevant and timely topics of customer interest like women in technology, moon mining, Moxa ethernet switches, power supplies and Easy TeSys motor control.

If you are interested in connecting with any of the subject matter experts featured in Allied Expert Advice series for upcoming stories or editorial opportunities, Allied would be happy to make those connections.

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