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28 PCB007 MAGAZINE I MAY 2020 employees. State and local governments race to establish guidelines to protect the public, but they change regularly and often leave busi- nesses with questions about how to comply. While our customers who are hit hardest by economic conditions pull back, others need more from us than ever. For example, busi- nesses supplying electronic devices to the frontlines of the pandemic response rely on the timely delivery of quality boards as integral to their supply chains. To keep our staff safe, stay in compliance with government mandates, and keep our commitments to customers, we would have to fundamentally change the way we work and be ready to adapt when conditions inevitably evolve. How do we keep our business operating and sustain the quality of service in this environ- ment? Feature by Matt Stevenson SUNSTONE CIRCUITS Facing unprecedented challenges, Matt Steven- son examines best practices for sustaining sup- ply chains and meeting customer expectations. A Big Change Overnight Almost every aspect of our personal and professional lives has changed in the wake of COVID-19. How we do everything—from buy- ing bread to conducting business meetings— constantly evolves, and the daily routine bears less resemblance to normalcy each day, both at home and at work. The new abnormal has upended our indus- try and forced us to confront challenges never before faced. Many are unsure about the rela- tive safety of any location other than our own homes, making on-site work seem risky for our PCB Prototyping During a Pandemic

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