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Philips

  1. 1. Sense and Simplicitysanket www.sanketj.com
  2. 2.  Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V. (Royal Philips Electronics Inc.), The foundations of Philips were laid in 1891 when Anton and Gerard Philips established Philips & Co. in Eindhoven, the Netherlands. The company begun manufacturing carbon-filament lamps By the turn of the century, had become one of the largest producers in Europe. Philips’ first research laboratory started introducing its first innovations in the x-ray and radio technology. For years, the list of inventions has only been growing to include new ideas that have continued to enrich people’s everyday lives.
  3. 3.  Strive to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation. Goal is to improve the lives of 3 billion people a year by 2025. To be the best place to work for people who share same passion. Deliver superior value for customers and shareholders. Create value through company’s capabilities to develop deep understanding of customers’ needs Apply advanced technologies to create innovative solutions
  4. 4.  Improving people’s lives through meaningful innovation. Keep innovation at as core of all activities New application, a new business model or a unique customer proposition brought about by an innovative partnership is also a innovation. Aim to help Philips grow by delivering innovations that really make a difference to people Creating and developing ideas and technologies that lead to successful products is very important Think about creating complete solutions.
  5. 5. ProblemsPhilips was success since itsinception, but it faced poor financialperformance during the 1990s due tothe following reasons : High manufacturing costs Lack of competitive product price Growing competition and Rapid changes in the external environment.
  6. 6. Solutions Philips embarked an improvement program called BEST (Business Excellent through Speed and Teamwork). And also used several tools and approaches as a part of BEST. Some of them were : Philips Business Excellence Model (PBE) Process Survey Tools (PST) Balanced Scorecard (BSC)
  7. 7.  Philips Lighting is a leading provider of solutions and applications for both professional and consumer markets. With the new lighting technologies, such as LED technology, and the increasing demand for energy efficient solutions, Philips will continue shaping the future with ground-breaking new lighting applications. Demand for (energy-efficient) lighting in emerging markets continues to grow - Future LED solutions: application IP and luminaries will be essential City Beautification Automotive Lighting Energy Saving Lighting
  8. 8.  Today, Philips is one of the biggest global players in consumer lifestyle in terms of turnover. Insightful understanding of people, extraordinary competence in technology and design, The many synergies within companys channels, partners and supply chain. Philips delivers deeper experiences in touch with the social and emotional needs of customers in their homes: from a cup of coffee in the morning, to a relaxing evening with an Aurea TV. Philips products are designed around their users and aim to improve people’s lives – every day.
  9. 9.  Philips Healthcare sector is dedicated to providing solutions designed around the needs of customers and patients. A belief that Philips can make a difference by removing boundaries in healthcare with innovative and affordable technology solutions throughout the entire care cycle. Combining unique clinical expertise with human insights to develop solutions that deliver value throughout the care cycle: From disease prevention to screening and diagnosis, through to treatment, monitoring and health management – wherever care is given: in the hospital or at home.
  10. 10.  Equal highest-ever placing (41st) on the annual Interbrand ranking of the world’s most valuable brands Philips named ‘Supersector leader’ in the Dow Jones Sustainability Index for the second consecutive year Philips won a record-breaking number of 124 design awards in 2012 UK consumer magazine Which? ranked Philips kettles, irons and Gaggia espresso machines #1 for reliability CityTouch online outdoor lighting management system honoured as a top sustainable solution at Rio+20 United Nations Conference on Sustainable Development
  11. 11.  Globally, Philips derives 34 per cent of its revenues from lighting, in India, the figure is 58 per cent. In health care, the global contribution is 40 per cent. In India, it is 18 per cent. In consumer lifestyle, the company gets 26 per cent of its overall revenues, in India, it is 24 per cent. Totally the Indian unit closed the fiscal ended March 2012 with revenues of Rs 5,579 crore, growing at a clip of about 23 per cent per annum. Analysts say that Philips is likely to retain this pace of growth this year too on the back of double-digit growth that the three core segments are seeing.
  12. 12. Financial tableall amounts in millions of euros unless otherwise stated 2010 2011 2012Sales 22287 22579 24788EBITA 2556 1680 1502as a % of sales 11.5 7.4 6.1EBIT 2074 -269 1030as a % of sales 9.3 -1.2 4.2Net income (loss) 1448 -1291 231per common share in euros:- basic 1.54 -1.36 0.25- diluted 1.53 -1.36 0.25Net operating capital 11897 10372 9307Free cash flows 1358 -104 1723Shareholders equity 15007 12316 11140Employees at December 31 119775 125241 118087of which discontinued operations 3610 3353 0
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