Diebold Value Stock - Dividend - Research Selection
Market price: 11,17 USD
Diebold, Inc. Fundamental data and company key figures of the share
|Annual reports in USD|
|Net operating cash flow||135.800.000|
|Free cash flow||92.900.000|
|Liabilities & Shareholders equity||3.790.600.000|
|Diluted shares outstanding||76.696.600|
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|Market Capitalization||856.700.992,00 USD|
|Indices||Prime All Share|
|Raw Data Source||US GAAP in Millionen USD|
|Stock Split||1997-02-20,3.0000/2.0000; 1996-02-26,3.0000/2.0000; 1994-02-23,3.0000/2.0000; 1993-03-01,3.0000/2.0000; 1985-04-19,7.0000/6.0000; 1985-02-04,3.0000/2.0000; 1981-05-18,3.000000/2.000000|
Description of the company
Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated (collectively with its subsidiaries, the Company) provides Connected Commerce solutions which enable millions of transactions each day. The Company’s approximately 23,000 employees design and deliver convenient, “always on” and highly secure solutions that bridge the physical and the digital worlds of transactions. Customers of the Company include nearly all of the world’s top 100 financial institutions and a majority of the top 25 global retailers.
In 2016, the Company changed its name from Diebold to Diebold Nixdorf, following the transformational acquisition of Wincor Nixdorf Aktiengesellschaft (now known as Diebold Nixdorf AG) (the Acquisition). As a result of this acquisition, the Company has significantly increased its presence around the world and now conducts business in more than 130 countries. The Company was founded in 1859 and is incorporated under the laws of the state of Ohio.
The Company’s Connected Commerce strategy seeks to continually enhance the consumer experience at banking and retail locations while simultaneously streamlining cost structures and business processes through the smart integration of hardware, software and services. This business requires ongoing investment in the development of intelligent information technology (IT) solutions and in the further development of our industry-leading services organization. The Company will continuously refine its research and development (R&D) spend in support of a better transaction experience for consumers and additionally accelerate the development and integration of innovative technology including cloud computing technology, touch points, sensors and connectivity to the Internet of Things, as well as open and agile software.
Integration and Transformation Program
Commensurate with its strategy, the Company is executing a multi-year integration and transformation program, called DN2020, which aligns employee activities with the Company's goal of realizing $240 of operating profit savings by the year 2020. Additional objectives of the program are to deliver greater innovation for customers, career enrichment opportunities for employees, and enhanced value for shareholders. DN2020 consists of six inter-related elements:
Advancing the Company's Connected Commerce Strategy - the Company will continue to develop innovative technology and partner with external companies to deliver highly secure customer-centric solutions. This includes the application of cloud computing technology, mobile technology, sensors and the Internet of Things, as well as open and agile software delivered “as-a-service."
Pursuing Finance Excellence - the Company will continuously improve its financial reporting, analysis and controls by emulating best practices from similar business entities. The Company's initiatives are designed to improve forecasting accuracy, optimize working capital management and pursue prudent capital allocation strategies which enhance shareholder value. At present, the Company's capital allocation priorities are to reduce its leverage and accelerate the realization of its cost reductions and synergies.
Executing the Company's Integration Plan - the Company’s detailed integration plan is designed to harmonize legacy business practices and build upon the best practices from each legacy company. The integration plan will leverage the Company's global scale, reduce overlap and improve the profitability of the Company.
Pursuing Operational Excellence - to strengthen its market leading position, the Company will implement best practices to improve operational efficiency and increase customer satisfaction. Robust reporting and tracking tools will be used to achieve best-in-class service and manufacturing levels.
Establish an Innovative Culture, which Attracts Industry-Leading Talent - the Company aims to become an employer of choice in the Connected Commerce space. We are building a culture characterized by innovation, customer collaboration, accountability and strong ethical behavior. The Company encourages experiential learning and will invest in training resources for the purposes of developing a vibrant workforce and expanding its leadership in Connected Commerce. Performance-based rewards and recognition policies are aligned with Company objectives and market opportunities.
Pursuing Sales Excellence - a capable and progressive sales organization is vital to the future growth of the Company. The Company will invest in the sales organization to ensure it has the skills, resources, and processes needed to support customers in their digital transformation journey. At the country level, we will optimize sales staffing and invest in partner programs commensurate with overall market demand. As a result of these investments, the Company expects to increase its pipeline of opportunities and increase its win rate over time.
The financial objective of DN2020 is to realize approximately $240 of cost savings through 2020, including improvements realized through the Acquisition. Cost savings include:
• Realizing volume discounts on direct materials
• Harmonizing the solutions set of platforms and components
• Increasing utilization rates of the service technicians
• Rationalizing facilities in the regions
• Streamlining corporate and general and administrative functions
• Harmonizing back office solutions.
In order to achieve these savings, the Company has and will continue to invest significant dollars to restructure the workforce, integrate and optimize systems, streamline legal entities and consolidate real estate holdings. By executing these activities, the Company expects to deliver greater innovation for customers, career enrichment opportunities for employees, and enhanced value for shareholders.
CONNECTED COMMERCE SOLUTIONS
Services line of business (LOB)
With approximately 15,000 highly-trained service employees and a global delivery network, Diebold Nixdorf is the global leader in servicing distributed digital and physical assets for banking and retail customers. These services enable customers to meet the growing demand for transaction availability at automated teller machines (ATMs), point of sale (POS), self-checkout systems (SCO) and other distributed assets in a cost-effective manner. The Company’s global customer care center offers around-the-clock availability and is proficient in supporting customers in more than 25 languages. Recent investments in additional service technicians, training and support systems is optimizing the Company's service delivery. The global service supply chain optimizes the process for obtaining replacement parts, making repairs, and implementing new features and functionalities. The Company also possesses deep experience in installing, maintaining and upgrading customer touchpoints manufactured by other vendors, also known as multi-vendor support.
Product-related services provided by the Company include rapid resolution of incidents through remote service capabilities or an on-site visit. First and second line maintenance, preventive maintenance and on-demand services leverage a standardized incident management process to increase uptime of distributed assets.
Managed services and outsourcing consists of managing the end-to-end business processes, technology integration, and day-to-day operation of the self-service channel, bank branch and retail store networks. Managed services is the integrator of our solutions by bringing together services, software and systems into a long-term, outcome-based solution. Offerings include store lifecycle management, self-service fleet management, branch lifecycle management, ATM as-a-service and managed mobility services. The Company also provides a full array of cash management services, which optimizes the availability and cost of physical currency across the enterprise through efficient forecasting, inventory and replenishment processes. These services mitigate customer risks by relying on proven monitoring and reporting processes, secure tools and partnerships with larger cash-in-transit companies. In 2017, the Company began to provide new managed mobility services which efficiently operate retailers’ network of handheld devices.
Under DN2020, the Services LOB has a dual mandate of delivering revenue growth while improving efficiency. Sources of top-line growth include 1) increasing the Company's service attach rate on any unserved ATMs, POS and SCO systems in use, 2) up-selling current customers on managed services and 3) increasing billed work revenue by leveraging best practices across different countries and regions. The Services LOB expects to improve operating efficiency by implementing standard service tools, optimizing business processes, increasing the market acceptance of remote connection and resolution, and streamlining global delivery centers and stocking facilities.
The Company provides front-end applications for consumer connection points and back-end platforms that manage channel transactions, operations and integration. These hardware-agnostic software applications facilitate millions of transactions via ATMs, POS terminals, kiosks, and other self-service devices. The Company's platform software is installed within bank and retail data centers to facilitate omnichannel transactions, endpoint monitoring, remote asset management, customer marketing, merchandise management and analytics. These offerings include highly configurable, application program interface (API) enabled software that automates banking and retail transactions across channels. This multi-vendor software portfolio is designed to meet the evolving demands of a customer's self-service network including:
• Connection points
• Transaction management
• Operations and security
• Customer engagement
• Analytics and digital