Stacy Stannard, Business Systems Analyst, at Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services, Inc., was recently presented with a distinguished committee service award by IPC
, a global trade association serving the printed board and electronics assembly industries.
The award was in recognition of Stacy’s participation in the development of IPC-1753, amendment 1, Laboratory Report Standard. The IPC-1753 Laboratory Declaration Standard will allow for the electronic exchange of laboratory chemical analysis reports between supply chain members.
Stacy and Meg Hughes, Senior Global Consulting Specialist in Analytical Services, have participated on this committee for the past two years.
"The rapid and unhindered flow of information is critical to everyone in the supply chain. With our OneSource information management platform, we have significant experience in integrating with our customers’ information solutions. Stacy and Meg's work on this committee is a testament to their considerable knowledge and work related to the electronic exchange of laboratory information,” commented Dan Rydelek, Senior Manager of Client Information System Solutions for Bureau Veritas Consumer Products Services, Inc.
IPC presented this and other awards at the IPC APEX EXPO 2018
at the San Diego Convention Center in March. The awards were presented to individuals who made significant contributions to IPC and the industry by lending their time and expertise through IPC committee service. IPC APEX EXPO 2018 is a five-day event like no other in the printed circuit board and electronics manufacturing industry. Learn more.