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Unformatted text preview: marmorla [printed: ____] [saved: ____] Presentation1 2 Outline of Today’s Presentation SECTION 1 Company Description SECTION 2 Strategy SECTION 3 Why Strategy SECTION 4 What Happened SECTION 5 In Hindsight SECTION 6 Future Outlook marmorla [printed: ____] [saved: ____] Presentation1 SECTION 1 Company Description marmorla [printed: ____] [saved: ____] Presentation1 Mission and Vision 4 Baldwin Sensors is dedicated to continually drive technological advancements through quality, affordable, and accessible sensory products. Mission: Vision: Technologically Innovative: Through our focus on R&D, we will provide our customers with small-sized, high- performing, cutting edge sensors at affordable prices. Quality: Through our product life-cycle management, we will provide mainstream customers with proven and affordable product brands. Affordability: Through highly automated production systems, we will provide price-sensitive customers with established, affordable electronic sensors. marmorla [printed: ____] [saved: ____] Presentation1 5 Baldwin’s Brief History Baldwin Sensors is dedicated to continually drive technological advancements through quality, affordable, and accessible sensory products. 2008 Baldwin Sensors was formed after a former monopoly was broken into six identical competitors Baldwin Sensors captures nearly 20% of the overall Market Share establishing itself as a major competitor 2009 2010 1970s Baker achieves 100% customer awareness within the traditional segment and singlehandedly captures nearly one-fourth of the sales in one of the largest segments in the industry 2011 Baldwin’s Profits are largest in the industry by nearly 3 million dollars at $16,263,188 2012 Released 1 unit of next years most anticipated product, Badboy. Sold first unit at highest price in...
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course AEM 4270 taught by Professor Gloy,b.a. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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