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By centralizing content development and asset storage with Adobe Experience Manager, Zebra has taken major steps to reach global markets more effectively. Previously, regional teams were often put in charge of each regional website. Rebuilding and translating content for regions was slow and costly. Some regional teams simply lacked the bandwidth to handle updates, resulting in websites that eventually became outdated.
After acquiring Motorola Solutions’ Enterprise business, Zebra sought to transfer all product and support information under the Zebra banner as quickly as possible to provide customers with a consistent experience. After considering the logistics of building a new website for former Motorola customers, Mathews realized that by reusing templates and assets in Experience Manager, teams could scale the existing website for a fraction of the cost and effort.
“In general, every time we had a new campaign or product release, we would work with an agency to build out a separate microsite,” says Mathews. “With Adobe Experience Manager, we can eliminate the cost of a big agency push and easily roll out the information to global websites, providing a better experience for lower cost.”
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Industry trends helped. As computing costs have fallen, retailers, health-care providers and logistics companies are providing employees with more hand-held computing devices—the kind Zebra sells—enabling higher efficiency and new business models. Traditional bricks and mortar retailers, for instance, are using cheap computing power to enhance inventory tracking so they can offer online sales from existing store footprints. That helps traditional retailers better compete with e-commerce companies such as Amazon.com (AZMN).
“The company executed very well with strong growth in the quarter on top of strong growth a year ago,” CEO Anders Gustafsson said in an interview. Health care and logistics were the company’s fastest-growing “verticals,” he noted.
“Five years ago, traditional industrial logic was our [Motorola] driver,” Gustafsson said. He wasn’t making a big bet on an industry megatrend. Instead, he saw an attractive asset and believed Zebra could boost growth and margins if it were added to the company’s existing portfolio. He was right. “We delivered attractive 6% to 7% sales growth; good margin improvement; investors have been pleased.”
Zebra’s debt to estimated earnings before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, or Ebitda—a common measure of financial leverage—was more than 4 times in 2014. The average industrial company in the S&P 500 typically operates with about 2 times financial leverage. Zebra has paid down debt—and increased earnings—and its financial-leverage ratio is back under 2 times.