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Headquarters: 2651 Satellite Boulevard
Duluth, GA 30096
CEO: William Nuti
Stock Symbol: NCR
NCR Corporation is a leading technology
company helping businesses build stronger relationships with
their customers. NCR's Teradata data warehouses, ATMs, retail
systems and IT services help companies manage customer interactions.
NCR's technology helps clients deal with
millions of customers every day. The company is a leader in ATM
machines, checkout scanners and self-service checkout kiosks
found at thousands of stores nationwide. NCR’s assisted- and self-service solutions and comprehensive support services address the needs of retail, financial, travel, hospitality, entertainment, gaming, public sector, telecom carrier and equipment organizations in more than 100 countries.
In 2011, NCR had revenues of $5.44 billion and net income of $52 million.
"2011 was a highly successful year for NCR as our consistent execution drove record revenues and gross margin and excellent free cash flow growth," said Bill Nuti, chairman and CEO of NCR. "We generated strong order growth in our core financial and retail businesses and these businesses closed the year with the highest combined backlog in our history. We also established an attractive third core vertical – Hospitality and Specialty Retail -- that furthers our strategy of improving our revenue mix in favor of software and services. Looking ahead, we are operating with an intense focus on mining the significant opportunities in our core businesses, as well as our growing presence in emerging verticals, such as Telecom & Technology and Travel, that leverage both our ability to innovate and our strong services footprint.”osts.
John H. Patterson founded the National Cash Register Company,
maker of the first mechanical cash registers.
1906 - Charles F. Kettering designed the first cash register
powered by an electric motor.
1952 - NCR acquired Computer Research Corporation (CRC),
of Hawthorne, California, which produced a line of digital computers
with applications in aviation.
1953 - NCR established the Electronics Division to continue
to pursue electronic applications for business machines.
1974 - Company changed its name to NCR Corporation.
1982 - The first NCR Tower supermicrocomputer system was
launched, establishing NCR as a pioneer in bringing industry
standards and open systems architecture to the computer market.
1991 - NCR acquired by AT&T.
1991 - NCR purchased Teradata Corporation, acquiring its
advanced and unique commercial parallel processing technology.
NCR Teradata becomes the world's most proven and powerful database
for data warehousing.
1994 - NCR name changed to AT&T Global Information
1995 - AT&T announced spin-off of AT&T GIS by
the end of 1996.
1996 - AT&T GIS changed its name back to NCR Corporation
in anticipation of being spun-off to AT&T shareholders by
January 1997, as an independent, publicly-traded company.
1997 - Signaling its evolution from a hardware-only company
to a full solutions provider, NCR purchased Compris Technologies,
Inc., a leading provider of store automation and management software
for the food-service industry, and Dataworks, a company that
develops check-processing software.
1998 - NCR finalized the transfer and sale of their computer
hardware manufacturing assets to Solectron, confirming NCR's
commitment to concentrate on the market-differentiated software
and services components of their solutions portfolios.
2000 - NCR acquired CRM provider Ceres Integrated Solutions
and services company 4Front Technologies, deepening NCR's solutions
offerings in key markets.
2003 - NCR granted patent for signature capture.
2009 - Moved headquarters from Dayton, OH to Duluth, GA
- Medical, dental and prescription drug
They cover a wide range of services, including services not common
to many health care plans, such as infertility treatment, orthodontia
for children, and access to national health-care programs, such
as the National Cardiovascular Network.
- The 24-hour NurseLine is always available to help answer
employee's health-care questions.
- Health-care spending accounts allow employees to set
aside pre-tax dollars to help pay for health-care expenses that
might not be covered under any of the programs listed above.
- Fitness centers are available at some locations.
- Vacation - NCR provides vacation to revitalize and improve
our employees' well-being. It is a wellness benefit that is earned
and used during the year.
- Holidays - NCR recognizes six national holidays and
offers six floating holidays to recognize the diversity of our
employees and respect their various religious, ethnic and cultural
- Leaves of absence - NCR offers leaves of absence for
extended obligations such as a serious family illness, birth,
adoption, education, bereavement, or other personal situations.
Leaves can be granted as paid or unpaid and usually include the
continuation of other benefit programs. The Family Medical Leave
Act of 1993 requires that eligible employees be allowed to take
up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for serious illness, the birth
or adoption of a child, or for the care of a sick family member.
NCR provides at least 16 weeks.
- Flexible work environment - NCR supports innovative
work arrangements that allow employees to balance their work
and personal time more effectively. These include flexible work
schedules, telecommuting, virtual offices and reduced-hours employment.
- Child & Elder Care Services - Child care and elder
care counseling and referral services.
- Day Care Spending Account - Allows employees to set
aside up to $5000 of pre-tax income for the reimbursement of
child and/or disabled adult day-care expenses.
- Adoption Assistance and Lactation Support - Maternity
and adoption counseling and an innovative support program to
help ease nursing mothers back to work.
- Employee Assistance Program - Provides confidential
professional counseling assistance members in a wide range of
areas to employees and their family members.
- Tuition Assistance - Tuition reimbursement to employees
for approved courses of study to help with their career development
- Scholarship Foundation - Provides one-year college scholarships
to high-school students who are dependents of NCR active or retired
- NCR Stock Plan -
Stock options are a form of long-term incentive compensation
being granted to more and more employees. Stock options align
employee and shareholder interests and provide an excellent NCR
- Employee Stock Purchase Plan (ESSP) - Employees don't
have to wait for stock options to own NCR stock. They can invest
up to 10 percent of pay in NCR stock at 15 percent off the market
price using payroll deductions.
- Employee Investment Services (EIS) - For specific investment
purposes, such as college savings or retirement, NCR offers EIS,
an expanded version of the Fidelity GoalPlanner program
provided by Fidelity Investment.
- Savings Plan - NCR offers 20 different investment options,
including an array of mutual funds, index funds and risk-strategy
choices. NCR matches an average of 62.5 percent, up to 6 percent
of base pay.
Updated April 15, 2012