lexmark equity, debt and subsidiaries

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Lexmark International Inc

Summary (from latest annual report – 2014)

  • Total equity  : 1.26 billion USD
  • Market Cap is 1.6 billion USD, ( last price of the stock is 25.37 USD)
  • Lexmark International Inc is a developer, manufacturer and supplier of printing, imaging, device management, managed print services, document workflow and, more recently, business process and content management solutions
  • Company has 309 million USD in cash on account
  • Total equity – cash on account = 1.26 billion usd – 309 million usd = 951 million usd
  • In 2014 short-term debt was zero, long – term debt was 700 million usd                                     (In 2013 total debt was also 700 million usd )
  • Current total debt is 1 billion usd
  • Lexmark balance sheet has become weaker  in 2014 (In latest annual report - total equity decreased to 1.26 billion  USD from 1.36 in 2013, total debt was 700 million usd in 2014)
  • Company's revenue increased in 2014 to 3.71 billion usd from 3.68 billion in 2013
  • Net income decreased in 2014 to 79 million USD from 262 million usd in 2013
  • In 2014 company paid 85 million usd dividend to its shareholders

Lexmark International Inc Subsidiaries

Lexmark International Inc is a developer, manufacturer and supplier of printing, imaging, device management, managed print services, document workflow and, more recently, business process and content management solutions.

  • In May 2010, Lexmark acquired Perceptive Software for $280 million to build upon its software offerings. Perceptive Software was a software firm that developed enterprise content management (ECM) and document output management (DOM) applications
  • In 2011, Lexmark International purchased Netherlands-based Pallas Athena in a cash transaction valued at approximately $50.2 million. The purchase of Pallas Athena added business process management (BPM), document output management (DOM) and process mining software capabilities to Lexmark's services
  • In March 2012, Lexmark announced the acquisition of Luxembourg-based BDGB Enterprise, including its U.S. subsidiary Brainware, Inc., for a cash purchase price of approximately $148 million. Brainware's intelligent data capture platform extracted critical information from paper and electronic documents, validated the extracted data and passed it to customers' data management systems, enterprise resource planning (ERP) and/or financial management systems
  • In March 2012, Lexmark acquired Australia-based ISYS Search Software and U.S.-based Nolij Corporation, both for $32 million. ISYS built enterprise search solutions and Nolij developed Web-based document imaging and workflow software
  • In January 2013, Lexmark acquired Minnesota-based Acuo Technologies for $45 million
  • In March 2013, Lexmark announced acquisitions of AccessVia and Twistage for a combined purchase price of approximately $31.5 million
  • In late August 2013, Lexmark signed an agreement to acquire Germany-based Saperion AG. Saperion was a leading developer and provider of enterprise content management (ECM) and business process management (BPM) software in Europe. The company was purchased for $72 million
  • In early October 2013, Lexmark acquired PACSGEAR. PACSGEAR was a leading provider of connectivity solutions for medical image management and electronic health records. The company was purchase for approximately $54 million
  • In September 2014, Lexmark acquired Stockholm, Sweden-based ReadSoft for $251million
  • In May 2015, Lexmark announced that it had acquired Kofax for roughly $1 billion

 

Total = 1.96 billion USD

 

Opinion about the company

Fundamentally it is a not good company  (Total debt  is a very big (1 billion usd), company will have net loss in 2015 annual report, ROE is negative :  around - 4 %).