Lenovo Financial Paper

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Financial Analysis Lenovo Group Limited CONTENT I. Introduction 3 1. Background 3 2. Nature of business 8 3. Description of product/services 9 4. Current Revenue size and Profit 12 5. Major Market Served 15 6. Ownership 16 7. Other relevant basic information 17 8. Company`s business strategy 21 II. Analysis of Company Performance 21 1. Company Growth 21 2. Financial ratios 23 3. Liquidity 23 4. Leverage 25 5. Profitability – Dupont Analysis 26 6. Fiscal Fitness Alman’s z-score 27 III. Analysis of Company`s Value Creation 28 IV. FINANCIAL PROJECTIONS 31 1. Assumptions 31 2. Forecast Balance sheet of Lenovo 2013-2015 32 3. Forecast Income Statement of Lenovo 2013-2015 33 4. Forecast financial…show more content…
IBM PCD introduces its ThinkCentre desktop PC line. Legend announces the birth of its new "Lenovo" logo to prepare for its expansion into the overseas market. Based on the collaborative application technology, Lenovo initiates IGRS Working Group, in cooperation with a few large companies and the Chinese Ministry of the Information Industry, to promote the formation of the industrial standard. Lenovo launches a Tech RoadShow 2003 nationwide to promote Lenovo's innovation. Lenovo successfully develops DeepComp 6800 in November 2003. It ranks 14th on the global list. 2004 IBM PCD introduces the ThinkCentre ultra small desktop PC, no larger than a box of corn flakes. IBM PCD introduces the first notebook with an integrated fingerprint reader. IBM PCD ships its 100-millionth PC (counting both desktop and notebook computers). Lenovo becomes an Olympic worldwide partner. It is the first Chinese company to become a computer technology equipment partner of the IOC. Lenovo decides to develop the rural market by launching the "Yuanmeng" PC series designed for township home users. Lenovo and IBM announce an agreement by which Lenovo will acquire IBM’s Personal Computing Division, its global PC (desktop and notebook computer) business. The acquisition forms a top-tier (third-largest) global PC leader. 2005 Lenovo completes the acquisition of IBM's Personal Computing Division, making it a new international IT competitor and the third-largest personal computer company in the world.

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