[This presentation provides an overview of Agilent businesses and Labs and, in the Appendix, revenue, history, culture, environment and quality. The slides may be used with any internal or external audience.]Measurement and discovery go hand in hand. The two have always been linked, from mankind’s earliest discoveries to today’s innovations in electronics, biological science and alternative energy. As the ability to measure improves, researchers and scientists learn more about nature and the universe. This spurs the development of new technologies and, as a result, more opportunities for measurement. Agilent has contributed to the test and measurement field for more than 70 years.
Agilent Technologies is the world’s premier measurement company. Our singular focus on measurement helps scientists and engineers address their toughest challenges with precision and confidence. Electronic measurement has been the core of Agilent—and its predecessor, Hewlett-Packard—since each company was formed. Our first product, the audio oscillator, was introduced in 1939. Since then we have given customers the tools to deliver electronic products in automotive, aerospace, communications and consumer products. Agilent entered the chemical analysis arena in 1965 and has remained an industry leader ever since. Our solutions are behind the scenes in labs, fields, corporations and small villages across the globe. Agilent has provided measurement solutions for the life science industry since 1973. Our innovations are driving new understandings of living systems in biotechnology, genomics, proteomics and cellular and systems biology.In addition to our three businesses, we conduct centralized research through the Agilent Research Laboratories.
Agilent’s primary research and development and manufacturing sites are in California, Colorado and Delaware in the U.S., and in Australia, China, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and the United Kingdom. We sell our products primarily through direct sales, but we also use distributors, resellers, manufacturer’s representatives, telesales and electronic commerce.
Agilent is No. 1 in overall electronic measurement. Markets:Our Electronic Measurement Group is No. 1 in each of its three markets: aerospace/defense; industrial, computer and semiconductor; and communications. More than half of the world’s cell phones made and sold each year are designed and tested with Agilent products. Our instruments help wireless equipment manufacturers improve the overall quality of the user experience. In aerospace and defense, our products design and test sophisticated avionics, radar, communication systems, satellite, surveillance and GPS. Customers use our electronic measurement solutions at every stage as they design and manufacture computers and semiconductors. Technology:Our electronic-measurement business offers industry-leading solutions in every one of its core technology platforms. The quality of our core products is the best in the industry. Our instruments have the lowest failure rate, which means our electronic design and manufacturing customers have more uptime when they test their designs and products. Recent product introductions include the world’s highest-bandwidth real-time oscilloscopes to complement our best-in-class spectrum and network analyzers. In 2010 we entered the modular-instrument market by announcing 47 products in one day – the largest modular-instrument introduction in the history of electronic measurement. We offer customers choices of test solutions with box, handheld and modular instruments.
Agilent is the worldwide leader in chemical analysis. We hold the No. 1 position in each of our core markets. Markets:Agilent GCs are used for research and quality control in the chemical, oil and gas, and food industries as well for environmental monitoring. Our leading vacuum technology is used to drive sensitivity and performance of our mass spectrometry detectors. Our atomic and molecular spectroscopy tools are used for research and quality-control testing of environmental samples, fuel, food ingredients and pharmaceuticals, as well as for forensic sample analysis. Chemistries for chromatography and sample preparation make it possible to improve the performance of our GC and LC systems. Our customers analyze a wide variety of components from many different types of samples (food, pharmaceutical, industrial material, fuel, biological, environmental and forensic). Technology :Agilent provides the broadest selection of gas chromatography and gas chromatography/mass spectrometry systems, support, and supplies in the industry. We invented fused-silica capillary GC columns; introduced the world’s first benchtop GC/MS and ICP-MS systems; and revolutionized the gas chromatography market with the world’s most popular GC.
The life sciences market, at $20 billion, represents Agilent’s biggest measurement growth opportunity. It is an unstoppable market, because health is everyone’s concern. Markets:Agilent offers products across the entire pharmaceutical value chain, from basic research to drug manufacturing. Our tools are used to research the genetic, proteomic and metabolomic causes of cancer, heart disease, autism and muscular dystrophy. Technology:Our core technology platforms in life sciences include liquid chromatography, LC/mass spectrometry and microarrays. We recently introduced: the world’s highest-pressure HPLC the most sensitive LC-MS triple quadrupole the most discriminating genomic target-enrichment system the largest human magnetic resonance imager.
Agilent is one of just a few high-tech companies to maintain centralized, internal research capabilities. The Agilent Research Laboratories are positioned to invest in high impact, and often higher risk, longer-term research investments. With their centralized function and breadth of technology capability, the Labs leverage technology synergies and enable new measurement techniques across life sciences, chemical analysis and electronics. When we combine different technologies to form something entirely new, powerful innovations result. Some examples: Agilent’s expertise in DNA biochemistry, image analysis and inkjet printing (from HP) was key to the development of DNA microarrays. Agilent in 2008 created an entirely new measurement platform – scanning microwave microscopy – by combining three core capabilities from our electronic and bioanalytical businesses.We apply advanced data converter technology and digital signal processing techniques, originally developed for oscilloscopes and communications, to time-of-flight mass spectrometry to significantly increase system performance for chemical and bioanalysis.
Societal megatrends are emerging that present new measurement challenges – and new opportunities for Agilent. Here are four examples, including their implications for Agilent: Rise of Asia/developing nations: The consequences of industrialization – health, waste, pollution – will need to be addressed. Agilent has a strong footprint in Asia, and we are the largest measurement company in China. We make specific solutions for Asian markets. We conduct local training programs for food, water and environmental safety. Need for safe food: A global food supply means we have less control over its quality. Agilent solutions are used throughout the food production chain. We have made a strategic investment to improve food safety and quality around the world. Aging population: Health costs continue to skyrocket. People want to live healthy, productive lives. Agilent solutions are used throughout the pharma value chain. We have made a strategic investment to further and enable life sciences research. Increasingly sophisticated electronics: Networks and infrastructure require increasing quality and higher throughput – and they must be kept secure. We have invested in the next-generation communications technologies to help wireless communications customers transition from 3G to 4G. Our customers’ transition will require capital equipment, and we will be there to help them deliver faster and more sophisticated wireless products and devices to their demanding customers.
Agilent has been the leader in measurement for more than 70 years. We offer the leading technology platform in every one of our major markets. In fiscal 2011 we are investing 10 percent of revenue in R&D to maintain that leadership. Our ability to scale and leverage our worldwide manufacturing capability has made us a leader in expertise and efficiency. We have the lowest instrument cost of sales in the industry while still maintaining our reputation for quality and reliability. In partnership with our distributors and resellers, we support 43,000 customers in more than 100 countries. We are No. 1 in customer loyalty in every major product category in the industry. Our people—the industry’s finest—provide us with the expertise and experience necessary to win in the marketplace.
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Agilent has a global scale and operational footprint unmatched in the measurement industry. Seventy percent of our revenue comes from outside the United States, and more than 60 percent of our employee base does, too. Agilent offers local resources and local solutions, all backed by the scale and scope of a global company.
Our well-diversified portfolio reduces volatility and is a significant differentiator for us. We are not dependent on any particular market or customer.
Agilent’s long history in the measurement business dates back to 1939, when HP was established as a test and measurement company.
Our values shape the way our products are designed and delivered, how our operations and supply chains are managed, and how we adapt to take on the challenges of tomorrow. Innovation and contribution: We provide quality and originality in our products, systems and solutions. Trust, respect and teamwork: We foster an inclusive environment that demonstrates respect for individuals, their ideas and contributions. Uncompromising integrity: We adhere to the highest standards of business ethics; act with uncompromising integrity in all relationships with customers, suppliers and employees. Speed: We respond decisively and rapidly to customer and business needs. Focus: We anticipate and satisfy customers with passionate attention to their needs. Accountability: We make honest and consistent commitments and deliver as promised.
Each year Agilent, through its businesses, employee and the Agilent Technologies Foundation, dedicates thousands of hours and donates millions of dollars to organizations that enrich our communities intellectually and socially. We are champions of science education. The men and women of Agilent collaborate with schools and universities, making a difference by offering their unique skills, expertise and time. Through our grants, we act as a catalyst to improve scientific inquiry and teaching so that knowledge can multiply. Volunteerism and civic engagement are ingrained in our culture.
Agilent’s Environment and Sustainability Policy is to act in an environmentally responsible manner in regard to our operations, products and services. The policy and the actions we take to implement this policy can be found at http://www.agilent.com/environment/environment.shtml?cmpid=4417 Much more information on Agilent’s activities can be found in Agilent’s Corporate Citizenship Report at http://www.agilent.com/environment/esr/home.html?cmpid=5320
Agilent’s Quality Policy is to earn customer loyalty by providing products, services and interaction experiences of the highest quality and greatest value. This means making good on the commitment to product specifications, on-time delivery as well as to reliability, quality workmanship and support. Beyond that, we want to make our customers’ total experience with Agilent the best in the industry. We strive to clearly understand customer needs and provide products and services that meet those needs. We use company-wide metrics for customer satisfaction, setting visible goals to continually improve our scores, and monitoring and rewarding improvement. Through our company-wide focus on quality, we integrate quality management principles and methodologies into critical business and decision-making practices. Agilent is proud of its No. 1 rating in customer loyalty in every major product category in the industry.
Agilent Technologies Corporate Overview
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Agilent Technologies Addressing critical measurement challenges FY11 Revenue: $6.6B Electronic Measurement Chemical Analysis Life Sciences Group Group Group FY11 Revenue: $3.3B FY11 Revenue: $1.5B FY11 Revenue: $1.8B Wireless technologies Food safety, quality Pharmaceutical research and manufacturing Mobile phone R&D and Energy research, production manufacturing Genomics, proteomics, Quality of air, water, soil metabolomics tools for Aerospace/defense disease research Forensics, drugs of abuse Low-cost instrumentation Agilent Research Laboratories Enabling technology breakthroughs across Agilent Agilent Profile2 April 5, 2012
Agilent at a Glance REVENUE IN FY11 $6.6 billion (more than 70% generated outside the U.S.) EMPLOYEES 18,700 PRESIDENT AND CEO William P. (Bill) Sullivan CUSTOMER LOCATIONS 100+ countries MANUFACTURING AND R&D LOCATIONS U.S., Europe, Asia Pacific NYSE A Agilent Profile3 April 5, 2012
Agilent in Electronic Measurement The industry leader Aerospace/defense Communications Industrial, computer, semiconductor CORE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS Oscilloscopes | Spectrum analyzers | Network analyzers | Signal sources and analyzers Agilent Profile4 April 5, 2012
Agilent in Chemical Analysis No. 1 in our core markets Food Environment Chemical & Forensic & energy drug testing CORE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS Gas chromatography | Mass spectrometry | Spectroscopy | Chemistries Agilent Profile5 April 5, 2012
Agilent in Life Sciences Our fastest-growing business Academia & Pharmaceutical government research (drug discovery, manufacturing & quality control) CORE TECHNOLOGY PLATFORMS Liquid chromatography | LC/mass spectrometry | NMR spectroscopy | Genomics | Automation Agilent Profile6 April 5, 2012
Agilent Research Laboratories Instrumental to our future Applied research Breakthrough technologies Measurement synergies World-class research teams, in core and emerging markets Agilent Profile7 April 5, 2012
The Future of Measurement Driven by key megatrends The rise of The need for Asia and developing safe food and nations water An aging Increasingly global sophisticated population electronics Agilent Profile8 April 5, 2012
How We Win 70+ years of measurement expertise Top technology platforms Unmatched scope and scale Leader in market reach and customer trust Best people in the industry The world’s premier measurement company Agilent Profile9 April 5, 2012
Agilent FY11 Revenue Distribution By region 19% Europe 37% EMG 25% Americas $3.3B 35% Agilent 44% $6.6B 30% 32% 31% CAG 37% LSG Asia $1.5B $1.8B Pacific 40% 39% 31% Asia Pacific Americas Europe Agilent Profile11 April 5, 2012
Agilent FY11 Revenue Distribution By end markets Chemical/Energy: 13% Forensics/Environmental: 10% Food: 6% Communications Chemical 18% Analysis 29% Aerospace/Defense: 10% Agilent Industrial/Computers/ Semiconductors: 21% Pharma/Biotech: 14% General Academia/Gov’t: 8% Purpose Life 31% Sciences 22% Agilent Profile12 April 5, 2012
A Brief History of Agilent Our journey so far 1939–1998: The Hewlett-Packard years 60-year heritage of leadership and innovation 1999: Agilent is born Biggest IPO in Silicon Valley: $2.1 billion 2000–2004: Growing pains Survived dot-com crash via major restructuring 2005: The new Agilent Focus on measurement 2006–2010: Transformation Acquisitions, divestitures and restructuring 2011: The world’s premier measurement company $6.6 billion revenue: best operational performance in 11-year history Agilent Profile13 April 5, 2012
Agilent Values Innovation and Trust, Respect, Uncompromising Contribution and Teamwork Integrity Speed Focus Accountability Agilent Profile14 April 5, 2012
Agilent’s Corporate Citizenship We give back to the communities where we live and work Agilent provides employees up to four hours a Agilent and the Agilent Technologies Foundation month of paid time off for volunteer work. contributed more than $6 million in 2010 to science education, university and community Employees volunteer more than 50,000 hours programs. per year. Employee donations are matched by the company. Agilent Profile15 April 5, 2012
Agilent’s Commitment to the Environment TOP ENVIRONMENTAL HONORS FOR 2010: One of the “Global 100 Most Sustainable Corporations” World Economic Forum A leader among “green” companies Newsweek magazine One of the “100 Best Corporate Citizens” CRO magazine Recipient of the “Energy Innovator Award” Silicon Valley Power A winner in the CalRecycle Waste Reduction Award Program Santa Rosa, California OUR GOALS: Manage the use of hazardous materials in our operations, products and services Manufacture responsibly—prevent pollution and conserve resources Operate a company-wide environmental management system, certified to ISO 14001 Inform suppliers of Agilent’s environmental requirements and review their performance Agilent Profile16 April 5, 2012
Agilent’s Commitment to Quality A long history of providing the highest-quality products and services creates customer satisfaction and earns customer loyalty. Agilent’s customer loyalty leads the industry. OUR GOALS: Make our customers’ total experience the best in the industry Integrate quality principles into critical business and decision making processes Establish quality requirements for our suppliers and partners Continually improve the effectiveness of our management systems in conformance with internationally recognized standards (ISO9001, ISO13485) Agilent Profile17 April 5, 2012