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HP: Who We Are

  • The original Silicon Valley Startup: Founded in 1939; Reinvented in 2015
  • We are one of the leading printing and personal systems technology company in the world, and we are here to create technology that makes life better for everyone everywhere.
  • In an ever-changing, connected world, HP Inc. keeps reinventing itself, its technologies, and what tomorrow holds—so industries, communities, and individuals can keep reinventing how they operate, ideate, and create what matters the most to them. Our mission is to engineer experiences that amaze each and every one of our customers.
  • Our goal is to deliver predictable cashflow and return of capital to shareholders while reinvesting in the business.
Operations in

170 Countries

250,000+

Channel partners

26,000+

Patents

HP Brand

Strength

Sustainability

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  • HP is a global leader in the personal systems and printing industries, with a combined total addressable market in excess of $500B.
  • Our personal systems business seeks to delight consumer and commercial users with the best user experience to help them get the most out of technology.
  • Our printing business is a global leader in home, office and large format printing, reinventing what is possible for our customers every day.
  • Our 3D Printing business leverages 30 years of technology and expertise as it seeks to disrupt the multitrillion dollar global manufacturing industry.

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Leadership in the Core: Innovating in Printing and Personal Systems

  • Bringing innovation to the home and office
  • Focused on extending our leadership position with best in class design and security

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Accelerating Growth: creating opportunities in adjacent markets to grow our business over time

  • In Printing, disrupting/penetrating the copier/contractual market and driving digital graphics transformation
  • In Personal Systems, expanding services and solutions offerings leveraging our Device-as-a-Service platform

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Capturing the Future: developing disruptive technologies and building businesses that will create value over the long term

  • 3D printing business seeks to disrupt the way the world designs an manufactures
  • In Personal systems, working to develop new, immersive experience, like VR and voice, which have the potential to redefine the way people compute

Execution against our strategy is supported by key competencies and competitive advantages

Iconic Brand

Best in class Global supply chain

Powerful IP & technology

Unmatched commercial and consumer channel

Leverage customer insights & Big Data & analytics

Leading sustainably

Strategy drives business value over the long term:

  • Core businesses leverage efficient operating models and seek to generate Recurring revenue and predictable cash flows
  • Growth investments in natural adjacencies seek to drive sustainable growth over time
  • Future investments in disruptive categories seek to create potential for long-term value creation

Consistent return of capital to shareholders:

  • 50-75% of free cash flow every year
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