Founded in 1975, Inventec Corporation provides third-party manufacturing for global electronics companies. It produces parts and entire products such as computers, telephones, notebooks, and servers.
Inventec has the capacity to produce more than 30m notebooks and 3m servers per year in nine factories across Asia, Europe and North America.
Inventec provides contract manufacturing services for some of the leading electronics companies worldwide. The company engages in four main segments: notebooks, servers and networks, smart devices and solar energy. It has operations in Taiwan, China, Japan, United States, Mexico and Czech Republic.
In the computer space, it produces notebooks with sizes ranging from 7” to 20” for customers including HP, Dell, and Toshiba.
Inventec also provides network server solutions with connection speeds ranging from 1Gbit to 100Gbit, e.g. servers for Intel’s Purley platform. It also offers cloud services i.e. data centers and storage.
The smart devices segment includes mobile products and components such as handsets, headsets, smart speakers, and wearables for leading companies including Apple, Xiaomi, and Sonos.
In the energy sector, Inventec focuses on design and manufacturing of solar cells and modules.
Tom-Hwar Cho was elected to be the Chairman of Inventec in 2017. Moreover, he serves as chairman of Inventec Solar Energy Corporation, Director of Simplo Technology Company Limited (6121 TT) and Kuo Feng Corporation. He finished his education from the Department of Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University.
Yung-Tsai Wu has been the President of Inventec since 2017. He also holds the positions of COO and Executive Vice General Manager at Inventec. He graduated with a Master of Business Administration in Management from National Taiwan University
World Class Benchmarking
Profitable Growth has consistently ranked at #7 over the years except for 2016 when Inventec ranked at #6. In the past 12 months, the company was ranked in the top 483 out of 690 large Information Technology companies worldwide.
Profitability has stayed below average since 2014 until the present time. Growth improved to #4 from #8 in 2016 but fell to #6 in 2017. In the past 12 months, Inventec’s Growth rank inched up to #5.
Asset utilization has been excellent over the years, which differs from Profit margin that has shown poor ranks over the whole time period.
Sales growth has ameliorated to the average level since 2016. Margin change rank has ranked about average over the years.
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