New Standard Lytica Commodity Names

This week Lytica began using new Lytica commodity names in our online Component Cost Estimator (CCE)  product. In CCE, we will be displaying what we refer to as the Major Commodity name; the underlying construct consists of finer levels of granularity ranging from Super, Major, Sub and so on in order to classify the components. For some components, we may also show the sub commodity if it aids in classification recognition. Aligned with the commodity designation is the component attribute,...

Progress drives change

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 17 I missed a cycle in my biweekly blog posting. This I understand to be a faux pas of herculean proportion for bloggers as continuity and consistency are critical to readers. For this, I apologize. I offer no excuses other than things have become very hectic in a good way on many fronts. As mentioned previously, Lytica acquired the AI Consultancy team from Gnowit Inc. and their integration into the development team at our...

The $25M Lunch

HOW LYTICA BECAME A UNIQUE ANALYTICS COMPANY: PART 13 As I write this blog I am also releasing new priced component data into the Component Cost Estimator (CCE) database with a 10 times increase in the number of components (MPNs) covered. This is the first customer impacting output from my advanced technology program in AI that I have reported on in previous blogs. This will essentially double the priced component match rates for many customers and eliminate most of the...

How are we doing?

How Lytica became a unique analytics company: Part 11 Every now and then it doesn’t hurt to stop and ask the question: what are we doing? I started asking this while the team has been going through verification of our AI work pertaining to our current and future products and services. While I have probably made a semi-infinite number of PowerPoint slides on what Lytica does, I am not sure that any of them really get to the essence of...