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The Boeing Company-Competitive Benchmarking Analysis

  • Published: July 2009
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Boeing is the largest global aircraft manufacturer by revenue, orders and deliveries, and the largest aerospace and defense contractor in the world. The Boeing Company founded by William E. Boeing in Seattle, Washington has expanded over the years & merged with McDonnell Douglas in 1997. The company generated US$ 60.91 billion in revenues in 2008 & is headquartered at Chicago, Illinois since 2001.

This report brings to forefront a comprehensive competitive benchmarking analysis of the Boeing Company’s business & presents an insightful perspective by stacking the company with key business competitors in the global aerospace & defence industry on key business performance matrices. The business competitors have been selected based on their relative size, scale of operations & compatibility of products & service offerings.

The report includes a comprehensive comparative analysis of the

- Business Structure & Overview
- Revenue Share by Business Segments
- Comparative Employee Ranges by Business Segments
- Shareholding Structure
- Mapping Geographic Footprints
- Competitive Positioning
- Product Portfolio Analysis

1. Business Overview
- Business Structure
- Business Segments
- Shareholding Pattern
- Market Capitalization
- Employee-Ranges
- Key Executives
- Ratings

2. Comparative Product Portfolio Analysis
- Products
- Programs
- Key Technologies

3. Mapping Geographic Footprints

4. Competitive Positioning

5. Financial Benchmarking 2006-2009(Q1 Results)
- Revenue Analysis
- Profitability
- Cash Flow Analysis

6. Comparative Analysis of Key Financial Ratios
- Profitability
- Short Term Solvency
- Efficiency
- Utilization

7. Comparative Stock Performance Analysis
- Stock Earnings Analysis
- Dividends Payout
- Stock Performance Vs. S&P Aerospace & Defence Index-A Comparative Analysis

8. Key Business Strategies & Plans

9. Strategic Initiatives (More Initiatives covered in the report)
-- Acquisition of eXMeritus, Inc. To Enhances Capabilities in Cyber and Intelligence Markets
-- Boeing Created Unmanned Airborne Systems Division in June 2009
-- Dedicated funding for further development of the F-15 Silent Eagle program with the goal of a flight demonstration in the third quarter of 2010

10. Significant Business Developments (There are more developments covered in the report)
-- Receives Contract for Future Combat Systems Spin out Production
-- Awarded Contract for Next Phase of V-22 Osprey Support alongwith Bell
-- Second Boeing 787 Dreamliner Moves to Flight Line
-- The Next-Generation GPS Satellite sent to Cape Canaveral for Tests
-- Completes Testing of Mobile Air Platform Component for Modernised High Frequency Communications System

11. Order Backlog Status- Comparative Analysis

12. Comparative SWOT Analysis

13. Key Issues, Risk Factors & Industry Trends: A round-up of key factors & trends that impact the companies operating in the aerospace & defence sector directly or indirectly including Government spending, agency budgets, global security challenges & technological developments etc.

List of Charts & Tables:

- Revenue break-up by Business Segments
- Geographic Locations Map
- Shareholding Structure
- Revenue Charts from 2006-2009 Q1
- Net Profit Charts 2006-2009 Q1
- Cash Flow 2006-2009 Q1
- Stock Movement Charts
- Ratio Analysis Tables
- Geographic Locations Map
- Shareholding Structure
- Revenue Charts from 2006-2009 Q1
- Net Profit Charts 2006-2009 Q1
- Cash Flow 2006-2009 Q1
- Stock Movement Charts
- Ratio Analysis Tables

- Northrop Grumman

- Lockheed Martin

- General Dynamics

- The Boeing Company

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