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Logitech(Strategic 100 2010)

Logitech(Strategic 100 2010)

In the past 12 months, Logitech has continued to deliver innovations in categories such as mice, keyboards, webcams and PC speakers.

Global HQ: Main corporate offices in Romanel-sur-Morges, Switzerland and Fremont, California Website: www.logitech.com

Global leader: Gerald Quindlen, president and CEO

Local leader: George Saad, director, ANZ

Core activity: Computer peripherals

Revenue: US$2 billion (2009 to 2010, ended March 31)

Key customers: Dick Smith, Officeworks, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Best Buy, Walmart and Amazon

Employees: 9000

In the past 12 months, Logitech has continued to deliver innovations in categories such as mice, keyboards, webcams and PC speakers. The Darkfield Laser Tracking mouse and 360-degree sound PC speakers are two examples.

As part of the company’s video strategy, Logitech acquired high-definition video-conferencing technology provider LifeSize Communications for US$405 million.

It also expects to deliver high-definition video communication to people anytime, anywhere, whether they are in a conference room, in their office, at home or on the go.

Developing products for open ecosystems is also in the pipeline for Logitech.

Stuart Finlayson

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