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Component Management –

A Concord Pro Overview

There are many risks if your library and component data are not managed efficiently and effectively. Inefficiency occurs when multiple users define and create components in their own way or style, which can also lead to redundant component definitions being used across multiple libraries. This in turn, when no standardized template is used, can lead to inaccurate and incomplete component data and a lack of visibility into component status.

Altium Concord Pro™ is a state-of-the-art library and component management product that you’ll want to incorporate into your workflow to minimize those risks, and ultimately reduce costs.


  • Dedicated Access to a single Source of Truth for all Library and Component Data
  • Make Informed Component Usage Decisions
  • Component Consistency, Traceability, Cost and Availability
  • Component Validation to Ensure Manufacturability
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Aida Gharahkhani
Sales Application Engineer

Aida works as a sales application Engineer within Altium. She studied Bachelor of Electrical/Electronic Engineering and completed Master of Engineering (MEng) Field of Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering from University of western Sydney(UWS). She also accomplished few certificates in Programming Microcontroller, Project Management Principles and Practices Specialization from the university of UC Irvine California. Aida has experience as an Electrical Engineer, Business Development Manager, Project Manager and Operation manager in the Engineering industry in the past years. The most important thing that she always focuses on her career is the communication and trust. She strongly believes that communication is the solvent of all problems. When the trust account is high, communication is easy, instant, and effective.

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Nov 20, 2019
11:00 - 11:45


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Aida Gharahkhani
Sales Application Engineer

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