Lexmark International Inc  (LXK)
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Lexmark International Inc Segments

   82.6 % of total Revenue
Perceptive Software
   17.4 % of total Revenue

Business Segments (Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(of total Revenues)
(Sep. 30, 2015)
(in millions $)
III. Quarter
(Profit Margin)
703.00 82.6 % 95.20 13.54 %
Perceptive Software
148.10 17.4 % 0.00 -
851.10 100 % 95.20 11.19 %

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Growth rates by Segment (Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Revenue
III. Quarter
Q/Q Revenue
(Sep. 30, 2015)
Y/Y Income
III. Quarter
Q/Q Income
-15.81 % -5.05 % -39.63 % -30.81 %
Perceptive Software
78.22 % 6.62 % - -
-7.3 % -3.21 % -17.15 % -30.81 %

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  Lexmark International Inc's

Business Segments Description

The laser printer market is primarily serving business customers. Laser printing products can be divided into two major categories -- shared workgroup printers, which are typically attached directly to large workgroup networks, and lower priced desktop printers attached to PCs or small workgroup networks.

The shared workgroup printers include color and monochrome laser printers that are easily upgraded to include additional input and output capacity, additional memory and storage, and typically include high performance internal network adapters.

The inkjet product market is predominantly a consumer market but also includes business users who may choose inkjet products as a lower priced alternative or supplement to laser printers for personal desktop use. Additionally, over the past two years, the number of consumers seeking to print digitally captured images in their homes have driven the photo-based sector up significantly. The greater affordability of inkjet printers, as well as the growth in the inkjet-based multifunction devices (all-in-one printers), both with a focus on delivering digital photos, have been important factors in the growth of this market.


Laser Products

Lexmark offers a wide range of monochrome and color laser printers, multifunction products, and associated features, software, and application solutions. In 2003, the company introduced a new line of monochrome laser printers designed to serve both workgroup and desktop applications. The T634 and T632 monochrome laser printers with print speeds of up to 45 and 40 pages per minute ("ppm"), respectively, are designed to support large and medium workgroups and have optional paper input and output features, including a stapler and offset stacker. The T630 and T420d monochrome laser printers with print speeds of up to 35 and 22 ppm, respectively, are designed to support medium and small workgroups. For the personal sector of the market, the company introduced the E323, E321 and E220 monochrome laser printers with print speeds of up to 20, 20 and 18 ppm, respectively. The monochrome laser printer line extends into the wide format sector of the market with the W820 and W812. With print speeds of up to 45 ppm, the W820 is supported with an array of paper handling and finishing options that make it well suited for departmental printing needs. The W812 is a small workgroup printer designed for wide format and specialty printing applications with print speeds of up to 26 ppm.

In 2003, the company introduced two single pass technology color laser printers, the C752 and C912. The C752 features the company's internally developed color laser technology and prints both monochrome and color pages at up to 20 ppm. The C752 is designed for large and medium workgroups. The C912 prints both monochrome and color pages at up to 28 ppm and supports printing on tabloid size paper. The company also offers the C720, a small workgroup color laser printer that prints at up to 24 ppm in monochrome and six ppm in color. Early in 2004, Lexmark introduced the C752L, which makes high-speed color printing even more affordable for businesses. The C752L prints both monochrome and color pages at up to 20 ppm.

In 2003, the company introduced the X912e, X752e and X632e multifunction products. Along with the X820e, these products include an intuitive touch screen display and the ability to integrate with corporate directories and leverage existing network security to regulate access. These characteristics make it easy for users to scan paper documents and fax or e-mail them. Other multifunction products introduced in 2003 by the company include the X632, X630 and X215, each of which provides print/copy/fax/scan capability. The X215 is a compact, integrated device, designed for desktop applications and personal use. The X720 is also offered by the company, and like the X912e and X752e, has the added capability of printing, scanning and copying in color. Early in 2004, Lexmark introduced the X422, which is a compact, integrated, network-ready, multifunction product for workgroups.

The N4000e network adapter was announced by the company in 2003 to support low-cost networking for desktop devices. MarkVision Professional, Lexmark's print management software that provides remote configuration, monitoring, and problem resolution of network print devices can be bundled with all business printers and multifunction products. Application solution options that support web, bar code, encrypted data and Intelligent Printer Data Stream ("IPDS") printing are also available for most of the printers in the "T", "W", "C" and "X" families of business printers to support specific customer environments.

In early 2003, the company introduced the Lexmark Document Solutions Suite, which is designed to minimize the expense and inefficiencies of manual, paper-based processes that are costly and time-intensive. The Lexmark Document Solutions Suite integrates three distinct document solutions which work separately or together as an integrated solution. The Lexmark Document Distributor helps improve information workflow by capturing and moving documents faster, more efficiently and more accurately into a broader range of network systems. The Lexmark Document Producer is an e-forms solution that empowers customers to take control of the presentation and delivery of output from almost any host system and thus avoid the cost of preprinted forms. The Lexmark Document Portal enables users of a Lexmark multifunction product to find, view and print network documents when and where they need them. The suite enables the graphical e-Task interface featured on Lexmark network multifunction products to be tailored to an individual, workgroup, business or industry, using friendly and descriptive icons that allow users to quickly identify and select the appropriate work process. It also extends this interface and e-workflow capability to workstation users of the X215 and X6170 multifunction products. Early in 2004, the company introduced the Lexmark Workgroup OCR Solution, which enables users to easily transform paper information into versatile, electronic documents that can be efficiently shared and used.

Inkjet Products

In 2003, the company broadened its consumer product line with the introduction of its first "P" line of photo products, as well as its next generation "X" line of all-in-one products and "Z" line of inkjet printers. Lexmark's inkjet introductions included a wide range of innovative functions and photo features, as well as proven technology, such as the Accu-Feed paper handling system.

Lexmark's "P" series launch into the photo market in 2003 was led by the P707 and P3150. These products deliver 4 x 6 inch photographs in less than sixty seconds and include innovative features such as PrecisionSense technology, which automatically determines the paper type loaded in the printer and automatically aligns the print cartridges. In addition, the company's "P" series offers six-color printing, borderless photographs, Lexmark Photo Center software and includes a memory card reader for today's most popular digital media.

The enhancements to Lexmark's all-in-one inkjet products was led by the company's first four-in-one flatbed product, the X6170, which offers print/copy/fax/scan capabilities in an innovative design. The X6170 also established new industry standards in productivity with its 100-sheet automatic document feeder and PC-free color or black fax mode. The Lexmark "X" series continues to define the multifunction category by offering up to 4,800 x 1,200 dots per inch ("dpi") printing and 48-bit color scanning in the sub-$100 sector, with its X1150. The company has expanded its line of "X" inkjet printers to five models with print speeds of up to 19 ppm in black and 15 ppm in color.

Lexmark's "Z" line of inkjet printers in 2003 is focused on delivering high performance with ease of use features. The company introduced borderless printing on its Z705, which also automatically determines the paper type loaded into the printer to ensure high quality output. Lexmark's "Z" line of products offer up to 4,800 x 1,200 dpi resolution, as well as maximum print speeds of up to 17 ppm in black and 10 ppm in color.

Dot Matrix Products

The company continues to market several dot matrix printer models for customers who print a large volume of multi-part forms.


The company designs, manufactures, and distributes a variety of cartridges and other supplies for use in its installed base of laser, inkjet, and dot matrix printers. Lexmark is currently the exclusive source for new printer cartridges for the printers it manufactures.
The company's revenue and profit growth from its supplies business is directly linked to the company's ability to increase the installed base of its laser and inkjet products and customer usage of those products. Lexmark is an industry leader with regard to the recovery, remanufacture, reuse and recycling of used supplies cartridges, helping to keep empty cartridges out of landfills. Attaining that leadership position was made possible by the company's various empty cartridge collection programs around the world. Lexmark continues to launch new programs and expand existing cartridge collection programs to further expand its remanufacturing business and this environmental commitment.


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