Wincor Nixdorf

1999 – 2016

Highlights of a successful business

For more than one and a half decades Wincor Nixdorf has been assisting retail banks and retailers around the globe in their efforts to refine and evolve their IT-based business processes. Our customers value our quality and agility as well as our ability to come up with new solutions as they move forward. Looking back:

On October 1, 1999, the Company was carved out of the Siemens Group and taken over by KKR and Goldman Sachs. The new company name, Wincor Nixdorf, combines the aspects of business concept and corporate history. Wincor stands for 'win' and 'core' – pointing to the Company's ambitions and core competencies within the retail and banking industries. Nixdorf, meanwhile, is a lasting tribute to the successful computer pioneer Heinz Nixdorf.

1999

the beginning

On October 1, 1999, the Company was carved out of the Siemens Group and taken over by KKR and Goldman Sachs. The new company name, Wincor Nixdorf, combines the aspects of business concept and corporate history. Wincor stands for 'win' and 'core' – pointing to the Company's ambitions and core competencies within the retail and banking industries. Nixdorf, meanwhile, is a lasting tribute to the successful computer pioneer Heinz Nixdorf.

1999

the beginning

Wincor Nixdorf celebrates the launch of an event that is set to become an out-and-out success in years to come. Wincor World provides the Company with a platform to present its banking and retail solutions to business partners and customers. The debut event itself exceeds all expectations, attracting visitors from more than fifty countries.

2001

wincor world

Wincor Nixdorf celebrates the launch of an event that is set to become an out-and-out success in years to come. Wincor World provides the Company with a platform to present its banking and retail solutions to business partners and customers. The debut event itself exceeds all expectations, attracting visitors from more than fifty countries.

2001

wincor world

2001

Premiere for PC/E multichannel software architecture: The new software architecture provides a platform for state-of-the-art multichannel concepts.

2001

Premiere for PC/E multichannel software architecture: The new software architecture provides a platform for state-of-the-art multichannel concepts.

2003

Market launch of the CCDM module: The new module automates the check deposit process and proves to be a great success in the United States in particular.

Cash recycling pioneer: Wincor Nixdorf is granted approval by the German Bundesbank for the euro area.

2003

Market launch of the CCDM module: The new module automates the check deposit process and proves to be a great success in the United States in particular.

Cash recycling pioneer: Wincor Nixdorf is granted approval by the German Bundesbank for the euro area.

On May 19, 2004, Wincor Nixdorf makes a public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange consis­ting of a first tranche of around 8 million shares. The IPO generates funds for future growth and creates a new route for the Company to access equity for the purpose of financing additional measures. Wincor Nixdorf joins the MDAX in the same year. The private equity investors KKR and Goldman Sachs offer an additional 6.3 million shares to the market as part of a second tranche in January 2005. As a result, 100% of the Company's shares are now in free float.

2004

going public

On May 19, 2004, Wincor Nixdorf makes a public offering on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange consis­ting of a first tranche of around 8 million shares. The IPO generates funds for future growth and creates a new route for the Company to access equity for the purpose of financing additional measures. Wincor Nixdorf joins the MDAX in the same year. The private equity investors KKR and Goldman Sachs offer an additional 6.3 million shares to the market as part of a second tranche in January 2005. As a result, 100% of the Company's shares are now in free float.

2004

going public

2004

Launch of self-checkouts in Europe: Using this new technology, shoppers can process their own purchases by scanning the product barcodes themselves in the checkout area.

2004

Launch of self-checkouts in Europe: Using this new technology, shoppers can process their own purchases by scanning the product barcodes themselves in the checkout area.

2010

Introduction of the CINEO product family and the Cash Cycle Management Solution concept: The introduction of a standardized banknote storage unit paves the way for new concepts aimed at efficient and secure automation within the area of cash cycle management.

2010

Introduction of the CINEO product family and the Cash Cycle Management Solution concept: The introduction of a standardized banknote storage unit paves the way for new concepts aimed at efficient and secure automation within the area of cash cycle management.

Recognizing the growing importance of its Software business, Wincor Nixdorf establishes its Software Headquarters in the Dutch city of Utrecht for the purpose of coordinating activities in this area.

2013

software headquarters utrecht

Recognizing the growing importance of its Software business, Wincor Nixdorf establishes its Software Headquarters in the Dutch city of Utrecht for the purpose of coordinating activities in this area.

2013

software headquarters utrecht

The market for cashless payment solutions becomes increasingly dynamic. Wincor Nixdorf responds to this trend by separating the successful Cashless Payment business unit and establishing it as an independent operation tasked with driving business forward in this field.

2015

creation of aevi

The market for cashless payment solutions becomes increasingly dynamic. Wincor Nixdorf responds to this trend by separating the successful Cashless Payment business unit and establishing it as an independent operation tasked with driving business forward in this field.

2015

creation of aevi

Difficult market conditions represent a challenge for Wincor Nixdorf but also offer a number of opportunities. The Company reacts to a changing business environment by spearheading a program of fundamental realignment. The program, referred to as Delta, is executed quickly and effectively. Exceeding all expectations, it helps to strengthen the Company's market position and competitiveness.

2015

delta program

Difficult market conditions represent a challenge for Wincor Nixdorf but also offer a number of opportunities. The Company reacts to a changing business environment by spearheading a program of fundamental realignment. The program, referred to as Delta, is executed quickly and effectively. Exceeding all expectations, it helps to strengthen the Company's market position and competitiveness.

2015

delta program

2015

Successful rollout of the payment tablet Albert together with Android-based software

2015

Successful rollout of the payment tablet Albert together with Android-based software

In combining their businesses, Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf have charted a well-judged course for the future. Operating in markets driven by dynamic change, Diebold Nixdorf has positioned itself as a global innovation leader. Delivering IT solutions tailored to the dynamics of connected commerce, the new company bridges the worlds of physical and digital touchpoints in the banking and retail industry.

2016

the next step

In combining their businesses, Diebold and Wincor Nixdorf have charted a well-judged course for the future. Operating in markets driven by dynamic change, Diebold Nixdorf has positioned itself as a global innovation leader. Delivering IT solutions tailored to the dynamics of connected commerce, the new company bridges the worlds of physical and digital touchpoints in the banking and retail industry.

2016

the next step

2016

Business review: Long-term growth spanning all business cycles Fiscal 2015/2016 produced the highest net sales and second highest operating profit in the history of the company.

2016

Business review: Long-term growth spanning all business cycles Fiscal 2015/2016 produced the highest net sales and second highest operating profit in the history of the company.

2016

At the heart of our business: PeopleRegional distribution 15/16
Germany · 40%
Europa · 35%
Asia/Africa · 17%
Americas · 3%

2016

At the heart of our business: PeopleRegional distribution 15/16
Germany · 40%
Europa · 35%
Asia/Africa · 17%
Americas · 3%

2016

Successful refocus on a market of the future:Software and ServicesProportion of net sales
99/00 · 33%
15/16 · 56%

2016

Successful refocus on a market of the future:Software and ServicesProportion of net sales
99/00 · 33%
15/16 · 56%

2016

For shareholders:A profitable investment Share value at IPO in 2004
€20.50
Dividend payments per share 2004-2015
€17.50

2016

For shareholders:A profitable investment Share value at IPO in 2004
€20.50
Dividend payments per share 2004-2015
€17.50

2016

Market presence: From international company to global player Net sales abroad
99/00 · 49%
15/16 · 78%

Ladies and Gentlemen,

The financial year just ended proved to be an immensely successful one for Wincor Nixdorf AG.
We can draw satisfaction from the fact that ...

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