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SWOT ANALYSIS ON Johnson Controls - November 30th, 2010

SWOT ANALYSIS ON Johnson Controls : Johnson Controls, Inc. (NYSE: JCI) is a company, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. It was founded in 1885 by professor Warren S. Johnson, inventor of the first electric room thermostat.

It is a Fortune 100 diversified, multi-industrial company with 130,000 employees in 1,300 locations across six continents.

In 1883, Warren S. Johnson, a professor at the State Normal School in Whitewater, Wisconsin, received a patent for the first electric room thermostat. His invention helped launch the building control industry and was the impetus for a new company.

Johnson and a group of Milwaukee investors incorporated the Johnson Electric Service Company in 1885 to manufacture, install and service automatic temperature regulation systems for buildings. The company was renamed Johnson Controls in 1974.

Strengths

* Diverse product portfolio full of A brands
* Leading market position - (63 Clorox brands held #1 and #2 position in their respective categories in 2007)
* Strong Research & Development

Weaknesses

* High dependency in the US market
* Concentrated - Top 5 customers account for almost 45% of revenue

Opportunities

* Growth in Latin America and other emerging markets
* Burt's Bees acquisition
* Agreement with Jamak Fabrication
* Other potential acquisitions
* Growing natural personal care market

Threats

* Intense competition from Colgate, Unilever
* Private label growth
* Governmental regulations affecting manufacturing, packaging, distribution, etc
* Commodity price increases
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Re: SWOT ANALYSIS ON Johnson Controls - December 28th, 2017

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SWOT ANALYSIS ON Johnson Controls : Johnson Controls, Inc. (NYSE: JCI) is a company, based in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. It was founded in 1885 by professor Warren S. Johnson, inventor of the first electric room thermostat.

It is a Fortune 100 diversified, multi-industrial company with 130,000 employees in 1,300 locations across six continents.

In 1883, Warren S. Johnson, a professor at the State Normal School in Whitewater, Wisconsin, received a patent for the first electric room thermostat. His invention helped launch the building control industry and was the impetus for a new company.

Johnson and a group of Milwaukee investors incorporated the Johnson Electric Service Company in 1885 to manufacture, install and service automatic temperature regulation systems for buildings. The company was renamed Johnson Controls in 1974.

Strengths

* Diverse product portfolio full of A brands
* Leading market position - (63 Clorox brands held #1 and #2 position in their respective categories in 2007)
* Strong Research & Development

Weaknesses

* High dependency in the US market
* Concentrated - Top 5 customers account for almost 45% of revenue

Opportunities

* Growth in Latin America and other emerging markets
* Burt's Bees acquisition
* Agreement with Jamak Fabrication
* Other potential acquisitions
* Growing natural personal care market

Threats

* Intense competition from Colgate, Unilever
* Private label growth
* Governmental regulations affecting manufacturing, packaging, distribution, etc
* Commodity price increases
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