Axis Q1 2002

Axis Q1 2002

AXIS Communications - a world of intelligent networks CEO Peter Ragnarsson Nine months 2002 Increased profit and growth Net sales for comparable units: SEK 502 M (487) Operating profit for comparable units: SEK 30 M (loss:91)

Cash flow from operating activities: SEK 8 M (neg:59) This is Axis A global, established and profitable company A broad product portfolio meeting customers needs An innovative market leader Proven technology and intensive R&D

A growth company Heading towards 30% growth goal Huge market potential in Video Market opportunities in Print and other areas Leading positions in growth and mature markets Innovations Global sales and marketing channels Offices in 14 countries 95% exported to over 70 countries

Almost 1,000 distributors worldwide Between 50,000 and 100,000 resellers Strategic industrial partnerships Intelligent network solutions Network Camera & Video Server Worldwide #1 Network

Printing Worldwide #2 Network Scan & Store Axis ThinServer Technology

Wireless Access Print server market Worldwide #2 position HP interested in long life market Increased network connectivity Development of new geographic markets Wireless solutions

The Camera and Video market Worldwide #1 position Increased demand for advanced security and surveillance solutions Transition from analog CCTV systems to digital networked solutions Potential for strong growth Fast growing Video segments

Education Retail Office Transport and logistics Law enforcement Banking Penitentiaries Public areas

Industrial applications Markets in transition IT market Security market Investing for the future Intensive R&D agenda 15%-20% of sales reinvested in R&D Product innovations to meet

real business needs 7th generation of ETRAX Fourth generation of network cameras and video servers in 2003 On track for profitable growth A clear focus on customers and selected verticals Increased marketing activities A growing number of strategic partnerships

Financial performance January-September 2002 Highlights: nine months 2002 Increased activities Stable sales trend Continuous growth for Video; up 31 percent Sales Q3 2002 Sales by Product Group

Access 1% Scan 2% Sales by region Other 4% Store 6% Asia 44% Print

43% Video Americas 29% 29% 22% 42% EMEA Sales Q3 2002 Ongoing operations MSEK

2001 2002 550 Sales 168 MSEK (155) Growth and stable sales despite weak market conditions

500 450 400 350 300 250 200 150 100 50 0 Q3 Accum

Video Sales Q3 2002 Pro forma 2000 MSEK 80 44% of Axis total sales Increased demand for 60 network cameras and video servers

40 New agreements 20 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 2000 2001 2002 New agreements Q3 2002 Network cameras to secure

homes across France Video surveillance of public transports in Italy Security solution to New Zealand penitentiary French bank increases security with network cameras Print Sales Q3 2002 Pro forma 2000 MSEK 100

43% of Axis total sales Stabilized despite cautious IT-market 80 60 40 20 0 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 2000 2001 2002

EBIT by Quarter Pro forma 2000 MSEK 20 Continuous profitable development 10 EBIT

Structural 0 -10 -20 Q3: operating margin 7%; profit margin 10% -30 -40 -50

-60 -70 -80 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 2000 2001 2002 Market trends Markets: cautious and difficult to predict Signs of increased activity Continued growth for Video Growing interest in surveillance and security

Increasingly large investments Increasingly professional applications Outlook Q4, 2002 Stable sales trend despite cautious IT-market and generally weak business environment Goal of profitable development remains unchanged

Recently Viewed Presentations

  • EE4800 CMOS Digital IC Design & Analysis Lecture

    EE4800 CMOS Digital IC Design & Analysis Lecture

    EE4800 CMOS Digital IC Design & Analysis Lecture 12 SRAM Zhuo Feng * * * * * * * * * * Serial In Parallel Out 1-bit shift register reads in serial data After N steps, presents N-bit parallel output...
  • Common Core

    Common Core

    The New York Landscape with Common Core. New York State Department of Education (NYSED) adopts Common Core. Aligns with the PARCC assessment consortium in July 2010. Modifies 15% of Common Core to create Common Core Learning Standards for NY. Starts...
  • How are places created through place making processes?

    How are places created through place making processes?

    Liverpool Victoria Docks. Berlin. B. arcelona. Location. Why did this urban area need rebranding? What rebranding strategies were used? What elements did the rebranding focus on? The role and influence of the range of players involved. How the rebranding altered...
  • CPR/AED/First Aid Training

    CPR/AED/First Aid Training

    CPR/AED/First Aid Training by Rob Sundquist, MS ATC LAT Director of Sports Medicine/Head Athletic Trainer Creekview High School Chain of Survival The chain of survival are four steps to help increase the chances of an injured person of surviving a...
  • Connecticut Sex Offender Registry

    Connecticut Sex Offender Registry

    Connecticut Sex Offender Registry. Presented by: Sgt. Matthew Garcia. January 26, 2016. Community Concerns - Tips. Community concerns - tips . He is staying on xx Street in Bridgeport, CT. He watches 3 young children while the mother is at...
  • Witnessing to Jews

    Witnessing to Jews

    Feel no obligation to obey the Bible or Rabbinic tradition. Major Obstacles to Gospel. Persecution by the Church. Many Jews killed & oppressed in name of Jesus. Theological Differences with Christianity. God . no Trinity . God cannot be divided.
  • PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL - Army Education Benefits Blog

    PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL - Army Education Benefits Blog

    301-371-1200 PROCESS CAPTURED MATERIEL THIS BLOCK OF INSTRUCTION IS UNCLASSIFIED Captured Enemy Materiel (CEM): Captured Enemy Documents (CED) Captured Enemy Equipment (CEE) Captured Enemy Documents: Recorded information, regardless of form Obtained from the enemy Subsequently comes into the hands of...
  • Evidence AAES Harris Poll in 1998, commissioned by

    Evidence AAES Harris Poll in 1998, commissioned by

    Evidence AAES Harris Poll in 1998, commissioned by the American Association of Engineering Societies: "…an overwhelming majority of Americans believe that technology makes a positive contribution to society and that engineers are to be credited with creating economic growth and...