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Ge company profile
Ge company profile
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Ge company profile
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Ge company profile
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Ge company profile
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  • 1. Company Profile Prepared by - Prince Patni for
  • 2. Introduction GE is a services, technology and manufacturing company operating in more than 100 countries and employs 313,000 people worldwide. The Company traces its beginnings to Thomas A. Edison, who established Edison Electric Light Company in 1878. In 1892, a merger of Edison General Electric Company and Thomson-Houston Electric Company created General Electric Company. Address : 3135 Easton Turnpike FAIRFIELD, CT 06828-0001 United States Revenue : US$ 147.359 billion (2102) Employees : 305,000 (2012)
  • 3. GE Products (Global)  Appliances for Business  Appliances for Consumers  Aviation  Capital  Consumer Electronics  Critical Power  Energy Management  Healthcare  Home Improvement  Housewares  Mining  Industrial Solutions  Intelligent Platforms  Lighting for Business  Lighting for Consumers  Personal Healthcare  Power & Water  Software  Transportation
  • 4. SWOT Analysis Strengths  Global strength and recognition  5th in Fortune 500 list, operating in more than 160 countries  Excellent management  Proven leadership and business model  Confident investors – raising capital  Diverse product range Weakness  Company size/ acquisition restriction  Energy Segment Underperforming, no signs of near future recovery  Flexibility  Large and diverse businesses might overstretch the company and reduce reaction times to shifts in targeted markets Threats  Exposure to global economy  Economy slowdown would affect GE, since 40% of the revenue is generated overseas  Exposed to currency fluctuations  More transparency and disclosure; skeptical investors  Constant change in technology heats up competition  Very diverse:- tough to be the best in all industry Opportunities  Research and Development  Immense capital allows GE to contribute a lot to R&D for product development and improvement  Increased geographic growth  Global expansion = more opportunities (Eg. China)  Improved customer services
  • 5. Competitors  Baker Hughes (Oil & Gas)  Fluor Corporation (Energy)  UTC, Eaton, Parker Hannifin (Aviation)  Caterpillar, Cummins (Transportation)  M&T Bank Corp (Real Estate)  Dow Chemical, Whirlpool (Industrial)  Varain Mediacal Systems, Medtronic (Healthcare)  3M Company, Pall Corp (Energy Infrastructure)  American International Group, CIT Group (Capital Aviation Services)  American Express, Citigroup, GM Financial (Consumer Finance)  Deere & Company, Altria Group (Commercial Finance)
  • 6. ORGANIZATION CHART
  • 7. Corporate Affiliations in India  Indo Tech Transformers Ltd. (Chennai)  Indo Tech Transformers Ltd - Palakkad Plant (Palakkad)  Lineage Power India Pvt. Ltd. (Mumbai)  BHEL  SBI  Wipro  Triveni
  • 8. Milestones in India  1902 : Sets up India's first hydropower plant in Karnataka  1969 : Set up nuclear reactors at Tarapore  1982 : GE's CF6-50 engines power Indian Airlines and Air India  1986 : Partnership with BHEL for Gas Turbines  1990 : wipro corporation & GE Healthcare the. Ltd. enter into joint venture  1991 : Wipro GE Healthcare sets up India's first manufacturing plant far Ultrasound and CT at the Bangalore Plant  1996 : Rolls out the first 'in India For India' product -LOGIQ100. the world renowned ultrasound.  1998 : GE Capital & State Bank of India enter into o joint venture for credit cards  2000 : Establishes GE's R&D center - John F. welch Technology Center (JFWTC) the first to be located outside the US  2003 : Delivers the first engine for the LCA-Tejas  2005 : Jet Airways orderes GE-90 115 B, engines to power its 10 Boeing 777 aircraft.  2008 : Launch of MAC A00. a battery operated low-cost ECG System .  2010 : Establishes turbine assembly plant in Pune, Launch of GE Triveni, a joint venture between GE Oil & Gas and Triveni Turbine Ltd.  2012 : Delivers India's first GEnx-Powered Boeing 787 Dreamliner. Launches Asia's first electronic Intensive Care Unit.
  • 9. Locations in India  GE India Industrial Pvt. Ltd. Gurgaon  GE India Industrial Pvt. Ltd, New Delhi  GE India Industrial Pvt. Ltd, Pune  GE India Industrial Pvt. Ltd, Chakhan, Pune  GE CAPITAL- Gurgaon  GE ENERGY – Gurgaon  BENTLY NEVADA INDIA - Mumbai  GE HEALTHCARE – Bangalore  GE JOHN F WELCH TECHNOLOGY CENTER – Bangalore  GE ENERGY HYDERABAD TECHNOLOGY CENTER  GLOBAL TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS Bangalore  INDIA INNOVATION CENTER Secunderabad
  • 10. Key Management India  Jeff Immelt GE's Chairman and CEO  John G. Rice vice chairman of GE and president & CEO of GE Global Growth and Operations.  Banmali Agrawala President and CEO for GE South Asia  Vishal Wanchoo Growth Initiatives Leader for GE India  Terri Bresenham President & CEO of GE Healthcare India and Managing Director of Wipro GE Healthcare.  Anish Shah President and Chief Executive Officer of GE Capital in India
  • 11. Key Management Global  Jeff Immelt GE's Chairman and CEO  Ferdinando Beccalli-Falco Senior Vice President  Jeffrey S. Bornstein Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, GE  Kathryn A. Cassidy SVP and Treasurer GE & GE Capital  Beth Comstock Chief Marketing Officer SVP of GE  Matthew G. Cribbins Vice President GE Global Audit  Brackett B. Denniston III Senior Vice President General Counsel, GE  Shane Fitzsimons Chief Financial Officer Global Growth & Operations, GE  John L. Flannery Senior Vice President GE Corporate Business Development  Mark M. Little SVP, Director of GE Global Research, Chief Technology Officer  Puneet Mahajan Vice President Chief Risk Officer, GE  Jamie S. Miller Senior Vice President & Chief Information Officer  Michael A. Neal Chairman and CEO GE Capital  Susan P. Peters Senior Vice President, Human Resources  John G. Rice Vice Chairman and President & CEO GE Global Growth & Operations
  • 12. Vendors List of GE Aviation Westfield Electroplating Co Embee Inc. Lawrence Ripak Co., Inc. Westfield Electroplating Co B & M FinishersAdvanced Heat Treat Corp. Bennett Heat Treating & Brazing Braddock Metallurgical Nitrex Inc. Braddock Metallurgical Aerospace Service Hercules Heat Treating Corp. California Jig Grinding Drilling Dynamics Inc Haward Corp G Cotter Enterprises Nutmeg Chrome Corporation B & M Finishers NJMET Airbound Technologies Heli-Parts of Texas Heli-Sysco, Inc Jetson Aerospace Anodic Inc. Hillock Anodizing Harmony Metal Prod AB Precision Grinding Co., Inc PENN UNITED COSTA RICA S.A
  • 13. Vendor List of GE HealthCare Braden Shielding Systems Gaven Industries Inc. Concept Technology, Inc. ETS-Lindgren D&L Enclosures, LLC PDC Facilities, Inc. MRI Corporation NELCO Universal Shielding Corp Shielding Dynamics Inc. Global Partners in Shielding, Inc. CIR Enterprises, Inc. IMEDCO America, Ltd. Shielding Resources Group, Inc Lee and Associates
  • 14. Software Products used  ASP.NET and ADO.NET  StarTeam, Maven, Team City, and Jenkins, CVS or MSVSS or PVCS  Microsoft SQL Server (2008 or 2012)  Java/Eclipse, C++/C#  Configuration management tools such Subversion (SVN)  CATIA V5, FIBERSIM, Solid works or Pro E  UG Advance simulation, Ansys APDL, Fortran, Tcl/Tk
  • 15. Customers  Genworth Financial  Delta Airlines  United Continental Holdings  Davita Inc  Ford Motor Company  Illinois Tool Works  Genuine Parts Company  Target Corporation  Ball Corporation  Boeing Company  Textron Inc  General Dynamics Corporation  CMS Energy Corp  Duke Energy Corp  Wisconsin Energy Corp  Marathan Petroleum Corp  Tesoro Corp  Occidental Petroleum Corp  Murphy Oil corp  Chevron Corp  Xcel Energy  Wal Mart Stores

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