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A MINI PROJECT ON

“ INTERGRAPH”
A Mini project Report submitted to Jawaharlal Nehru Technology University,
Kakinada, in Partial Fulfilment for the Award of Degree of

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

Submitted by

M MANIKANTHA
(Regd.No.16JD1E0038)

Under the Guidance of


Mr. KJNV. NARASA REDDY, MBA, (Ph.D).

DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

ELURU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY-ELURU

(Affiliated to JNTU, Kakinada and Approved by AICTE)


Duggirala(V), Pedavegi(M) ELURU-534004.

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ELURU COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLOGY
(Affiliated to JNTU, Kakinada and Approved by AICTE)
Duggirala(V), Pedavegi(M) ELURU-534004.

CERTIFICATE

This is to certify that the Mini Project Report on “INTERGRAPH” a bonafide


work done by MR. M MANIKANTHA , (Reg No. 16JD1E0038) a part of
M.B.A., II-semester curricular activity of Jawaharlal Nehru Technological
University Kakinada, under my supervision. The data has been collected by the
candidate from authentic sources and the analysis results will be used for
academic purpose only.

Mr. KJNV NARASA REDDY

Head of the Department of MBA

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INTERGRAPH

Chapter-I

Introduction to the study

The software industry expanded in the early 1960s. The first company founded to
provide software products and services was Computer Usage Company in 1955.The
software industry includes businesses for development, maintenance and publication
of software that are using different business models. The industry also includes
software services, such as training, documentation, and consulting. Major companies
include US-based Activision Blizzard, IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and Symantec, as
well as Nintendo (Japan), The Sage Group (UK), and SAP (Germany).

Worldwide, computer software companies generate more than


$400 billion in annual revenue, according to industry analyst Gartner. Top software-
producing countries include Germany, Japan, the UK, and the US. The software
industry is expected to play a vital role in the growth of Indian Economy. However
the ability of the software industry to sustain its growth will depend upon its ability to
integrate needs of its international customers and aspirations of Indian software
professionals.

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Intergraph was founded in 1969 as M&S Computing, Inc. by
former IBM engineers Jim and Nancy Meadlock, Keith Schonrock, Bob Thurber and
Terry Schansman who had been working with NASA and the U.S. The company was
later renamed to Intergraph Corporation in 1980. Intergraph Corporation is an
American software development and services company. It provides enterprise
engineering and geospatially powered software to businesses, governments, and
organizations around the world.

The company’s headquarters is in Huntsville, Alabama, USA.


Intergraph helps the world work smarter. Intergraph’s competitors are Autodesk Inc;
environmental systems research institute, Inc; Bentley systems, Incorporated. Ola
Rollén assumed the role of CEO of Intergraph Corporation. Intergraph operates
through three divisions: Process, Power & Marine (PP&M), Security, Government &
Infrastructure (SG&I), and Hexagon Geospatial.

In this research, the researcher have study the vision, mission,


objectives, HR policy, financial performance, competitors, marketing strategy,
awards and achievements of the Intergraph Corporation. So, it is difficult to the
researcher to collect the original data. The finding of the study of Intergraph
Corporation is to take pride in their work.

Objectives of the study


 To study the vision, mission, policies and objectives of the Intergraph Corporation.

 To study the work culture of customer, employee and management of the Intergraph
corporation.

 To analyses the financial performance of the Intergraph Corporation.


 To know the type of products, competitors and marketing strategy of the Intergraph
Corporation.
 To study the HR policies of the Intergraph Corporation.
 To study the rewards, achievements, awards and recognitions of the Intergraph
Corporation.

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Need for the study
The need behind to do this analyses is to identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and
threats of Intergraph Corporation. The researcher analyses the assets and liabilities of the
organization, productivity, employee’s performance and marketing strategies of the
Intergraph Corporation. This study can be helpful to the researcher to assess the position of
the Intergraph Corporation in the competitive market.

Scope of the study


The study is conducted on Intergraph corporation and covers the vision, mission, objectives,
policies, manpower particulars, marketing position and financial outstanding of Intergraph
Corporation. The scope is also extended to the production and operations of the Intergraph
Corporation.

Limitations of the study


 The entire data is collected on the basis of secondary data.
 The data may be biased.
 Only limited data is available.
 It is difficult to study the overall activities of Intergraph Corporation within the short
period.
 There is no scope to use sampling techniques.

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Chapter-II

Company at a glance

Intergraph Corporation

Type Subsidiary

Industry Software Geographic Information Systems [1]

Founded 1969

Headquarters Huntsville, Alabama, United States

Key people Ola Rollén, CEO


Ed Porter, EVP, Human Resources
Gerhard Sallinger, President, Process, Power &
Marine
Steven Cost President, Security, Government &
Infrastructure
Mladen Stojic President, Hexagon Geospatial

Revenue $808.4 million USD (2008)

Number of 4008
employees

Parent Hexagon

Website www.intergraph.com

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Company profile

Intergraph was founded in February 1969 as M&S Computing, Inc. by a group of


former IBM engineers Jim and Nancy Meadlock, Keith Schonrock, Bob Thurber and Terry
Schansman who had been working with NASA and the U.S. Army in developing systems that
would apply digital computing to real-time missile guidance. The group consisted of Jim
Meadlock, his wife Nancy, Terry Schansman, Keith Schonrock, and Robert Thurber. The
company was later renamed to Intergraph Corporation in 1980.

Intergraph Corporation is an American software development and services


company. It provides enterprise engineering and geospatially powered software to businesses,
governments, and organizations around the world. In 2008, Intergraph was one of the
hundred largest software companies in the world. Intergraph helps the world work smarter.
Intergraph Corporation develops and sells software, hardware, and services for technical
professionals, particularly for those customers who are involved in computer-aided design,
management, and engineering. The company’s software and solutions improve the lives of
millions of people through better facilities, safer communities and more reliable operations.

The company’s headquarters is in Huntsville, Alabama, USA. Intergraph


operates through two divisions: Process, Power & Marine (PP&M), Security, Government &
Infrastructure (SG&I). Intergraph PP&M is one of two divisions of Intergraph Corporation.
Intergraph Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) is the world’s leading provider of enterprise
engineering software enabling smarter design and operation of plants, ships and offshore
facilities. Intergraph SG&I is another one of two divisions of Intergraph
Corporation. Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) is an independent subsidiary for
SG&I’s U.S. federal business. Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) is
the leader in smart solutions for emergency response, utilities, transportation and other global
challenges.

In October 2010, Intergraph is acquired by Hexagon, a leading global provider


of design, measurement, and visualization technologies that enable customers to design,
measure and position objects, and process and present data. The transaction marks the return
of Intergraph as part of a publicly traded company. Hexagon trades on the Nordic exchange:
HEXA B. Intergraph is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B; hexagon.com), a
leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity and quality across
industrial and geospatial applications.

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Ola Rollén assumed the role of CEO of Intergraph following Hexagon's
acquisition of Intergraph in October 2010. Mr. Rollén is CEO and president of Hexagon AB,
a role he has served since 2000. He began his career path as CEO and member of the Board
of Directors of Kanthal AB between 1990 and 1998. He was also executive vice president of
Avesta Sheffield Ltd. from 1998 until 1999. Between 1999 and 2000, he was CEO of
Sandvik Materials Technology and a member of Group Management of Sandvik AB. Mr.
Rollén holds a bachelor of science degree in economics from Stockholm University, Sweden.

Steven Cost, Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I)


President, directs the overall global strategy for the division. A Certified Public Accountant,
he holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Vanderbilt University and a
Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alabama. Prior to joining Intergraph in
2007, Cost served as Vice President and Corporate Controller for Adtran Inc. and has also
held senior financial management roles at AVEX Electronics and Benchmark Electronics.

Gerhard Sallinger is responsible for the global strategic direction of the


Intergraph Process, Power & Marine division and overall business development. Mr.
Sallinger has been with Intergraph and its Process, Power & Marine division since 1985.
Before becoming president, he was executive vice president responsible for worldwide sales,
marketing and business development.Before joining Intergraph, Mr. Sallinger owned an
engineering firm specializing in the design of fire protection systems. He is a chemical
engineer with more than 30 years of experience in the process industries.

Scott Moore is responsible for directing Intergraph Process, Power & Marine's
worldwide finance and business operations, including accounting/finance, financial reporting
& planning/analysis, contracts, purchasing/facilities, IT, mergers & acquisitions, order
management/delivery and human resources. Moore has served Intergraph since 1993 in key
business operations roles, including business operations manager for several software
business units.Scott served 2 years as Executive Vice President/CFO of Z/I Imaging; a
majority owned former joint venture between Intergraph and Carl Zeiss, before re-joining the
PP&M Division in 2002 as CFO. Prior to joining Intergraph, Mr. Moore was a financial
analyst with EER Systems in Huntsville, AL, a large defense contractor. Moore holds a
bachelor's degree in economics from Vanderbilt University and a master's degree in
management from the University of Alabama - Huntsville.

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As EVP (Employee Value Proposition) of Human Resources, Ed Porter
oversees global human resources for the more than 4,000 Intergraph employees across 34
countries. Intergraph software products include the geographic information system (GIS)
application GeoMedia, the image processing application ERDAS IMAGINE,
thephotogrammetry application Image Station and the In Service outage managements system
for electrical utilities.

Intergraph has a unique history spanning almost four decades. Founded in 1969
as M&S Computing, Inc, the company set out to solve one of the most difficult problems of
the time – how to put a man on the Moon. The group forged ahead, assisting NASA and the
US Army in developing systems that would apply digital computing to real-time missile
guidance.

Intergraph’s competitors are Autodesk Inc; environmental systems research


institute, Inc; Bentley systems, Incorporated. Today, Intergraph technology enables their
customers to make the world safer and more prosperous. They create intelligent maps,
manage assets and infrastructure, build and operate better plants and ships, and dispatch
emergency services to those in need. They seek to earn the respect and trust of their
customers through a total commitment to their success, deep industry expertise, and a long
tradition of technical innovation.

Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure's Icon Awards recognize


companies and organizations that have used Intergraph software to significantly benefit their
business or industry. The awards are the highest honor for their customers, whose satisfaction
and success are core values for Intergraph. These awards honor those who have used their
software in a visionary or comprehensive manner with proven results. Icon Awards are
presented at their HxGN LIVE conference every year. Intergraph wanted customers to know
that it is one, unified company. With diverse products from companies joined through
acquisition, that is, Intergraph and ERDAS, the company wanted to emphasize that its
solutions are integrated and compatible.

Intergraph’s strengths have been two things: technical excellence and


commitment to customers. Intergraph was ranked No. 1 supplier of computer-aided design,
manufacturing, and engineering (CAD/CAM/CAE) systems in North America and No. 2 in
the world, according to industry analysts Daratech and Dataquest. Due to Intel's actions,

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Intergraph was forced to exit the hardware design and manufacturing business. Intergraph
restructured worldwide operations around vertically focused divisions.

Board of directors

Name position

 Sidney L. McDonald Chairman of the Intergraph Board of Directors.


 R. Halsey Wise Intergraph’s President and Chief Executive Officer

 Ola Rollén Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Intergraph Corporation


 Steven Cost President, Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure
 Gerhard Sallinger President, Intergraph Corporation, Process, Power & Marine
 Scott Moore Chief Financial Officer/Chief Operating Officer, Intergraph
Corporation, Process, Power & Marine

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Vision and mission

Intergraph’s vision is to help organizations see the world clearly. Intergraph’s mission is to
empower governments and businesses around the world to make better, faster operational
decisions. Through superior software and services, we enable our customers to organize vast
amounts of complex data into understandable visual representations.

Objective of the company

 Intergraph’s objective was to offer integrated products and easier workflows.


 The company wanted to update the design of its geospatial software so that it is
compatible with today’s productivity tools, such as those from Microsoft.
 The objective was to eliminate some of the complexity and simplify the workflows,
as well as to reduce the time required to complete projects.

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Operating process of Intergraph

Intergraph operates through two divisions:

 Process, Power & Marine (PP&M),


 Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I).

Intergraph Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) is the world’s


leading provider of enterprise engineering software enabling smarter design and operation of
plants, ships and offshore facilities. Intergraph PP&M is one of two divisions of Intergraph
Corporation. Intergraph PP&M is the world's leading provider of enterprise engineering
software for the design, construction, and operation of plants, ships, and offshore facilities.
Intergraph engineering solutions help users increase productivity, accelerate projects, and
gain a competitive edge. Intergraph Process, Power & Marine serves a wide spectrum of
industries, from chemical plants to shipbuilding. All of these industries share the need to
manage complex engineering information to speed project completion and ensure operational
efficiency. Intergraph is the leading global provider of engineering and plant design tools that
enable customers to create, manage, and visualize complex data. The No. 1 provider of
design and data management software for the plant design industry worldwide. High
customer satisfaction, best-of-class solutions, and No. 1 or No. 2 in the major markets we
serve. Part of Hexagon, a leading global provider of integrated design, measurement, and
visualization technologies.

Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) is the


leader in smart solutions for emergency response, utilities, transportation and other global
challenges. Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) is an independent subsidiary for SG&I’s
U.S. federal business. Intergraph SG&I is one of two divisions of Intergraph Corporation.
Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) serves a broad range of clients,
including local, regional, and national governments; businesses, both public and private; and
security and public safety organizations. Intergraph SG&I focuses on providing software and
services to enable our clients to make the right decisions at the right time using the right
information.

Intergraph is part of Hexagon (Nasdaq Stockholm: HEXA B;


hexagon.com), a leading global provider of information technologies that drive productivity
and quality across industrial and geospatial applications.

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Consumer goods companies have short engineering life cycles,
moving ideas to market very quickly. This can mean mere months for time to market by
aligning multi-million dollar machines, plants, and overall work processes to meet changing
customer needs and expectations. With Intergraph solutions for manufacturing plant design,
the consumer goods industry can better design their plants, more effectively manage their
plant data, improve their materials management processes, and enhance overall
manufacturing plant efficiency.

Subsidiaries (Branches)

INTERGRAPH CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES


SUBSIDIARIES OF REGISTRANT

State or Other

Jurisdiction of

Name Incorporation

Intergraph Asia Pacific, Inc. Delaware

Intergraph Benelux B.V. Netherlands

Intergraph BEST (Vic) Pty. Ltd. Australia

Intergraph Canada, Ltd. Canada

Intergraph China, Inc. Delaware

Intergraph Computer (Shenzhen) Co. Ltd. China

Intergraph Consulting Inc. Delaware

Intergraph Consulting Private Ltd. India

Intergraph Corporation (N.Z.) Limited New Zealand

Intergraph Corporation Delaware

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Intergraph Corporation Pty. Ltd. Australia

Intergraph Corporation Taiwan Taiwan,


R.O.C.

Intergraph CR spol. s r.o. Czech


Republic

Intergraph Danmark A/S Denmark

Intergraph de Mexico, S.A. de C.V. Mexico

Intergraph Deutschland GmbH Germany

Intergraph Espana, S.A. Spain

Intergraph Europe (Polska) Sp. z o.o. Poland

Intergraph European Manufacturing, L.L.C. Delaware

Intergraph Finance Australia, Pty., Ltd. Australia

Intergraph Finland Oy Finland

Intergraph France SA France

Intergraph GmbH (Osterreich) Austria

Intergraph Greater China, Ltd. Hong Kong

Intergraph Hardware Technologies Company Nevada

Intergraph Hong Kong Limited Hong Kong

Intergraph Israel Software Development Center, Ltd. Israel

Intergraph Italia, L.L.C. Delaware

Intergraph Japan K.K. Japan

Intergraph Korea, Ltd. Korea

Intergraph Norge A/S Norway

Intergraph Portugal Sistemas de Computacao Grafica, S.A. Portugal

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Intergraph Process & Building (M) SDN. BHD. Malaysia

Intergraph Process & Building Solutions Philippines, Inc. Philippines

Intergraph Process Power and Offshore Pte Ltd. Singapore

Intergraph Properties Company Nevada

State or Other

Jurisdiction of

Name Incorporation

Intergraph Public Safety (New Zealand) Limited New Zealand

Intergraph Public Safety Belgium S.A. Belgium

Intergraph Public Safety Deutschland, GmbH Germany

Intergraph Public Safety Pty. Ltd. Australia

Intergraph Public Safety U.K., Ltd. United Kingdom

Intergraph Public Safety, Inc. Delaware

Intergraph Services Company, Inc. Delaware

Intergraph Servicios de Venezuela C.A. Venezuela

Intergraph Software Technologies Company Nevada

Intergraph Sverige AB Sweden

Intergraph Switzerland A.G. Switzerland

Intergraph UK, Ltd. United Kingdom

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Intergraph Virgin Islands, Inc. Virgin Islands

Intergraph Wholesale Pty., Ltd. Australia

M&S Computing Investments Delaware

Pelican Forge Software Corporation Canada

Public Safety France, SA France

Teranetix Europe B.V. Netherlands

Teranetix Germany GmbH Germany

Terra Map Server GmbH Germany

Worldwide Services Inc. Delaware

Z/I Imaging (UK) Limited United Kingdom

Z/I Imaging Corporation Delaware

Z/I Imaging GmbH Germany

Z/I Imaging Hellas, S.A Greece

Z/I Imaging Japan K.K. Japan

Z/I Imaging Limited Ireland

Z/I Imaging Manufacturing GmbH Germany

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Chapter-III

Marketing Strategy

With a budget that's less than 1% of the company's revenue, Intergraph Corp.'s marketing
department has a lot to accomplish with limited resources.
The company, which used to be a hardware provider in the 1960s,
sells engineering and geospatial software that helps design and construction customers turn
complex data into visualizations. It has two divisions, Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) and
Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I).
The company's customers, according to Patrick Holcomb, exec VP-
business development and marketing at Intergraph, are “conservative.” They like to see
proven results before acting, and don't like a lot of flash—more of a “just-the-facts”
approach, he said. “Our marketing challenge is to provide good information and increase
awareness of our products without being over the top,” he said. Additionally, sales cycles for
the company can stretch to as long as three years since the complexity of the projects the
company's software enables has increased recently. “It used to be our products were specific
to certain countries. Now, we're looking at global execution of the products as well as an
increasing project size,” he said. “A few years ago, $500 million was big; now, we define big
as $25 billion.” Another wrinkle is that there are three distinct targets for the company's
marketing message: decision-makers, influencers and users. The decision-makers are difficult
to get in touch with electronically, so Intergraph is relying on the latter two groups to push
awareness up the sales chain.
In 2008, Intergraph had a website, and that was the extent of its
interactive marketing. “We had no YouTube, no Facebook, no LinkedIn, RSS feed or
Twitter,” Holcomb said. “We didn't think our ultra-conservative customer base would be
looking at any of those spaces. If you searched "Intergraph' on YouTube, there were two
videos. One was a partner's and one was from our competitor.”
However, after careful analysis and research, the company decided
that it needed a video strategy “The three most popular and commonly accepted sources of
information on the Web are Google, YouTube and Wikipedia,” Holcomb said. “Our decision
to increase video has resulted in increased search engine optimization, so that's the first
reason: increasing our presence on two of the most popular Web research tools—Google (or
search engines in general) and YouTube.” In March 2009 Intergraph introduced its first

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YouTube channel. A blog debuted in September 2009, and last May the company added
online test drives, microsites and an interactive e-document series, all of which were
supported by the YouTube videos, Holcomb said, which were “planted” wherever Intergraph
could find additional “synergies.
The videos are between three and four minutes long, and are linked
directly to a microsite where you can get more information about Intergraph's software as
well as product demos, a list of upcoming webinars and downloadable white papers. Topics
of the videos include a discussion of how to use your software more effectively as well as
customer case studies and product overviews.
The company wanted to get as many videos up as possible, setting an
aggressive goal to add videos based on a 2008 Forrester report, “Video and Image
Optimization,” that said videos are 53 times more likely to show up in search engine results
than nonvideo content, Holcomb said. In 2009, Intergraph added 13 videos, which resulted in
17,600 views. Last year, the company managed to accumulate 35 videos that received more
than 54,000 views.

Strategies

“Now” – “Next” – “After Next”


Developing unified Vision, Mission, and Core Value Statements for intergraph was one
pressing objective. But in order for Intergraph to create sustainable and valuable growth, they
needed to develop a long-range operational plan. Working with management and the Board
of Directors, they have implemented a three-phase strategy called “Now”–”Next”–”After
Next.”
NOW: Change

Strategic Initiatives:

 Vision, Mission, Culture


 Strategic Plan
 Capital structure & allocation
 Rebranding effort
 Corporate Governance
 Top-grading program

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Results:

 FY 2004 best operating performance in 12 Years


 ISS Corporate Governance score increased to 98+%
 To date, repurchased over 25M shares for $635M

NEXT: Improve

Strategic Initiatives:

 Focus assets & management on software-led growth and development


 Consolidate operations to realize revenue and cost synergies
 Invest where market opportunities are significant, returns are appropriate and growth
& demand are apparent

Goals:

 Alignment with strategic plan


 Benchmark performance
 Return to revenue growth
 Cost structure reductions
 Performance-based culture

AFTER-NEXT: Expand

Strategic Initiatives:

 Potential change in industry landscape


 Company or market expansion
 Transformation opportunities

Goals:

Above industry performance

Turnaround complete

Sustained growth stage

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Types of products

Product Family & Products

 Business Intelligence for Public Safety


 Digital Aerial Camera Systems
 G/Technology
 GeoMedia
 Image Scout
 ImageStation
 InService
 Other
 Records Management
 Security
 TerraShare
 Third-party
 Video Analyst

Target Customers

Intergraph® has acquired the SIGRAPH® business unit from Technische Computer Systeme
Sussen GmbH (TCS), a leading computer-aided engineering and document management
system (CAE/DMS) vendor headquartered in Sussen, Germany. The acquisition includes
SIGRAPH.CAE®, an innovative software application for electrical and process control
engineering with a significant market presence in the global oil and gas, metals and power
industries.

Intergraph Acquires COADE

Acquisition expands Intergraph’s Smart Plant Enterprise suite by adding COADE’s leading
stress analysis solutions

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About COADE

COADE, Inc. is a provider of software for multiple plant design and engineering disciplines.
COADE's aims are that design and engineering should share relevant information seamlessly,
thereby maintaining accuracy and improving efficiency. COADE's product line conforms to
those goals and includes: CAESAR II, the world's most widely used pipe stress analysis
software; PV Elite for pressure vessel and heat exchanger design and analysis; CADWorx
Plant Design Suite for intelligent plant design modeling, process schematics and automatic
production of plant design deliverables; and TANK for the design and analysis of oil storage
tanks.

HUNTSVILLE, Ala., Jan. 6, 2010 -- Intergraph®, the world’s leading provider of enterprise
engineering software to the process, power and marine industries, has acquired COADE®
Holdings Inc., provider of CAESAR II®, PV Elite® and TANK™ products, the industry’s
most widely used software for pipe stress, pressure vessel and storage tank analysis, as well
as its popular CADWorx® plant design suite.

The strategic acquisition of COADE is Intergraph’s largest in the process, power and marine
market. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The acquisition will expand Intergraph’s
SmartPlant® Enterprise engineering solution suite by bringing together the world leaders in
plant design and pipe stress analysis. The expansion of Intergraph’s SmartPlant Enterprise
design, construction and data management solutions with COADE’s analysis offerings
creates a powerful software solution that will provide users in the marketplace with
unmatched capabilities.

The acquisition of the Houston-based software provider also extends Intergraph’s market
presence and ability to serve smaller projects with COADE’s CADWorx solution, a modular,
AutoCAD-based 3D plant design system. Intergraph is ranked as the No. 1 worldwide 3D
design and process engineering tools (PET) provider according to the PET Worldwide
Outlook Market Analysis and Forecast through 2013 by the ARC Advisory Group.

COADE’s customers will benefit from Intergraph’s large research, development and global
support teams located around the world and specializing in engineering solutions. COADE
clients will also receive uninterrupted support, maintenance and software upgrades as part of
their maintenance agreement with Intergraph. Existing SmartPlant Enterprise clients will
benefit from the expanded functionality offered by COADE’s products as Intergraph

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enhances product integration and migrates the COADE analysis solutions into SmartPlant
Enterprise to leverage design and modeling with pipe and vessel analysis. Deeper integration
of design and stress analysis solutions will enhance productivity and enable a more seamless
flow of engineering information among the software applications.

SmartPlant Enterprise is an integrated software suite that provides full design, construction,
materials and engineering data management capabilities needed for the creation, safe
operation and maintenance, and capital Project Life Cycle Management (cPLM) of large-
scale process, power, marine and offshore projects. Intergraph remains committed to
providing the process, power and marine industry with the broadest suite of engineering
solutions on the marketplace today to the benefit of both EPCs and owner operators.

“The functional benefits of this acquisition to the engineering community and its
ramifications to the industry as a whole cannot be underestimated,” said Sid Snitkin, Ph.D.,
an industry analyst and vice president for ARC Advisory Group. “Both through new
functionality developed internally as well as through acquisition, Intergraph continues to
enhance the SmartPlant Enterprise solution to address the critical engineering needs across
the engineering project life cycle.”

“The COADE acquisition advances our mission to provide best-in-class engineering solutions
to our customers and target markets around the world,” said R. Halsey Wise, Intergraph
chairman, president and CEO. “This acquisition, the second in as many months, illustrates
our continued commitment to invest in our product portfolio, our customers and in the future
growth of Intergraph.”

Reid French, Intergraph chief operating officer, said, “The combination of COADE’s
analysis software with our SmartPlant and SmartMarine® Enterprise engineering suites
further solidifies Intergraph’s industry leadership. This acquisition brings together
complementary design and stress analysis technologies that will allow us to deliver even
greater value and productivity for our users worldwide.”

“We believe the combination of COADE and Intergraph will bring a new level of
functionality and support for our customers worldwide,” said Thomas Van Laan, COADE
president and CEO. “With Intergraph, we are confident of continuing the development of our
product suites and the commitment to service that our customers have come to expect.”

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Segmentation

Intergraph operates through two divisions: Process, Power & Marine (PP&M), Security,
Government & Infrastructure (SG&I).

Intergraph Process, Power & Marine (PP&M) is the world’s


leading provider of enterprise engineering software enabling smarter design and operation of
plants, ships and offshore facilities. Intergraph PP&M is one of two divisions of Intergraph
Corporation. Intergraph PP&M is the world's leading provider of enterprise engineering
software for the design, construction, and operation of plants, ships, and offshore facilities.
Intergraph engineering solutions help users increase productivity, accelerate projects, and
gain a competitive edge. Intergraph Process, Power & Marine serves a wide spectrum of
industries, from chemical plants to shipbuilding. All of these industries share the need to
manage complex engineering information to speed project completion and ensure operational
efficiency. Intergraph is the leading global provider of engineering and plant design tools that
enable customers to create, manage, and visualize complex data. The No. 1 provider of
design and data management software for the plant design industry worldwide. High
customer satisfaction, best-of-class solutions, and No. 1 or No. 2 in the major markets we
serve. Part of Hexagon, a leading global provider of integrated design, measurement, and
visualization technologies.

Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) is the


leader in smart solutions for emergency response, utilities, transportation and other global
challenges. Intergraph Government Solutions (IGS) is an independent subsidiary for SG&I’s
U.S. federal business. Intergraph SG&I is one of two divisions of Intergraph Corporation.
Intergraph Security, Government & Infrastructure (SG&I) serves a broad range of clients,
including local, regional, and national governments; businesses, both public and private; and
security and public safety organizations. Intergraph SG&I focuses on providing software and
services to enable our clients to make the right decisions at the right time using the right
information.

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Key players

The company makes spatial inform customers ation management software that provides
engineering, mapping, and design capabilities to local, state, and federal government
agencies, as well as to businesses in the transportation, process plant design, power, marine,
public safety, and utilities industries. Its systems (a combination of software, third-party
hardware, and services) are used for a wide range of functions, including plant design, ship
construction, public safety dispatch, aerial photography, and geospatial mapping and analysis.
Swedish technology company Hexagon owns Intergraph.

Competitors

 Autodesk Inc.
 ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS RESEARCH INSTITUTE, INC.
 Bentley Systems, Incorporated

Promotional mix

Cross-channel promotion has made the biggest impact when it comes to increasing views,
Holcomb said. For instance, Intergraph publicizes the videos alongside webinars and polling
questions from the webinars to pique interest. “We've made a special effort to link [YouTube]
videos and e-mail videos. We also embedded the videos on our own website and promoted
them on the blog. We marketed our marketing,” he said. “We're surprised because video is
really the gift that keeps on giving.”

China Chengda Engineering Co. Ltd., the leading engineering,


procurement and construction (EPC) company in China, has renewed its Strategic Alliance
Agreement with Intergraph, reaffirming its commitment to a long-term strategic relationship
between the two industry leaders. The extension of the agreement allows Chengda access to
Intergraph SmartPlant Enterprise solutions, as well as consulting and ongoing technical
support.

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Chapter-IV

Financial Strategy

Intergraph summary financial information


MUSD 2010 2011 2012 2013E
Sales 725 808 770 830-840
EBITDA 144 182 189 200-210

Based on current market conditions and expectations for the market


segments in which Intergraph operates, Intergraph's sales are expected to grow organically by
approximately 10 percent annually in the coming years and the EBITDA(essentially net
income with interest, taxes, depreciation, and amortization added back to it, and can be used
to analyze and compare profitability between companies and industries because it eliminates
the effects of financing and accounting decisions) margin is expected to increase gradually
from the current 24-25 per cent level. The tax rate of Hexagon including Intergraph is
estimated at 18-22 per cent in the next few years.

In recent years, Intergraph has consistently shown strong and


resilient financial results. In 2009, sales amounted to 770 MUSD and EBITDA to 189
MUSD. The company is expected to report sales of approximately 830-840 MUSD and
EBITDA of approximately 200-210 MUSD in 2010. In 2009, approximately 40 per cent of
Intergraph's sales were generated from the US, 36 per cent from EMEA, 15 per cent from
Asia Pacific and 9 per cent from the rest of the world.

Driven by global growth trends in key end-markets, particularly


energy consumption and the need for security and infrastructure development, Intergraph is
expected to continue to deliver significant growth in coming years.

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Projections
2014E 2013E 2012E
Total Revenue 613,560 665,393 720,320
Revenue Growth 6.4% 8.4% 8.3%
Gross Profit 322,360 352,289 384,446
Gross Margin 52.5% 52.9% 53.4%
Operating Income Before Restructuring 65,787 84,624 97,786
Operating Margin Before Restructuring 10.7% 12.7% 13.6%
EBITDA Before Restructuring 97,907 117,017 130,385
EBITDA Margin Before Restructuring 16.0% 17.6% 18.1%
Operating Income 55,397 84,624 97,786
Operating Margin 9.0% 12.7% 13.6%
Net Income 70,056 75,967 71,447

Five-Year Financial Summary

2014 2013 2012 2011 2010


(in thousands except per share amounts) (Restated)
R revenues $526,003 $501,077 $532,061 $690,454 $914,880
Restructuring charges (credits) 3,952 2,106 (384) 8,498 15,596
Income (loss) from operations 13,368 14,431 12,093 (19,320) (53,716)
Intellectual property income (expense), net 5,784 434,471 (4,006) (4,321) (13,724)
Gains on sales of assets 3,421 17,214 11,243 49,546 13,223
Income (loss) from continuing operations 22,288 377,752 19,942 10,095 (78,561)
Discontinued operation (1)
— — — — 6,984
Net income (loss) 22,288 377,752 19,942 10,095 (71,577)
Net income (loss) from continuing operations per share:
Diluted 0.49 7.87 0.40 0.20 (1.60)
Basic 0.47 7.47 0.39 0.20 (1.60)
Net income (loss) per share:
Basic 0.49 7.87 0.40 0.20 (1.46)
Diluted 0.47 7.47 0.39 0.20 (1.46)
Working capital 290,330 520,728 177,638 184,051 168,307
Total assets 572,443 835,640 458,010 514,908 584,944
T Total debt — 169 3,733 31,030 62,926
Repurchase of treasury stock(2) 292,534 83,588 1,875 — —
Shareholder’s Equity 378,935 621,710 295,213 278,000 276,700

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INTERGRAPH CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES
CONSOLIDATED STATEMENTS OF SHAREHOLDERS’ EQUITY

Accumulated
Additional Other Total
Common Paid-in Deferred Retained Comprehensive Treasury Shareholders’
Stock Capital Compensation Earnings Income (Loss) Stock Equity

(in thousands,
except share
amounts)
Balance at
January 1, 5,73 214,07 188,32 (15,93 (114,21
2014 $ 6 $ 9 $ — $ 6 $ 1) $ 0) $ 278,000

Comprehensiv
e income:
Net income 19,942 19,942
Other
comprehensiv
e loss:
Foreign
currency
translation
adjustments (1,385) (1,385)
Net
unrealized
holding losses
on
investments (3,287) (3,287)

Comprehensiv
e income 15,270

Repurchase
of 195,000
shares of
treasury stock (1,875) (1,875)
Issuance of
147,780
shares under (746) 2,143 1,397

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employee
stock
purchase plan
Issuance of
344,555
shares upon
exercise of
stock options (2,585) 5,006 2,421

Balance at
December 31, 5,73 210,74 208,26 (20,60 (108,93
2014 6 8 — 8 3) 6) 295,213

Comprehensiv
e income:
377,75
Net income 2 377,752
Other
comprehensiv
e income:
Foreign
currency
translation 9,366 9,366
adjustments
Net
unrealized
holding gains
on
investments 22,724 22,724

Reclassificati
on
adjustments
for gains
included in (12,14
net income 6) (12,146)

Comprehensiv
e income 397,696

Repurchase
of 4,734,100 (83,588) (83,588)

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shares of
treasury stock
Tax benefits
related to
stock option
plans 4,283 4,283
Issuance of
107,806
shares under
employee
stock
purchase plan (115) 1,630 1,515
Issuance of
966,946
shares upon
exercise of
stock options (8,028) 14,619 6,591

Balance at
December 31, 5,73 206,88 586,02 (176,27
2013 6 8 — 0 (659) 5) 621,710

Comprehensiv
e income:
Net income
(Restated) 22,288 22,288
Other
comprehensiv
e income:
Foreign
currency
translation 13,091 13,091
adjustments
Net
unrealized
holding gains
on
investments 1,170 1,170

Reclassificati
on
adjustments (812) (812)

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for gains
included in
net income

Comprehensiv
e income
(Restated) 35,737

Repurchase of
11,372,420
shares of (292,53 (292,53
treasury stock 4) 4)
Tax benefits
related to
stock option
plans 5,180 5,180
Issuance of
79,580 shares
under
employee
stock
purchase plan 155 1,308 1,463
Issuance of
1,157,114
shares upon
exercise of
stock options (11,480) 18,707 7,227
Issuance of
75,000
restricted (1,70
stock awards 497 4) 1,207 —
Amortization
of deferred
compensation 152 152

Balance at
December 31,
2013 (Restate 5,73 201,24 (1,55 608,30 (447,58
d) $ 6 $ 0 $ 2) $ 8 $ 12,790 $ 7) $ 378,935

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Balance sheet of Intergraph

INTERGRAPH CORPORATION AND SUBSIDIARIES


CONSOLIDATED BALANCE SHEETS

2014

December 31, (Restated) 2013

(in thousands, except share and per share amounts)

Assets

Cash and cash equivalents $ 265,782 $ 490,097

Short-term investments — 15,927

Total cash and short-term investments 265,782 506,024

Accounts receivable, net 150,927 152,187

I inventories, net 15,443 19,397

Other current assets 37,673 39,795

Total current assets 469,825 717,403

I investments in affiliates 9,499 20,700

Capitalized software development costs, net 29,520 29,830

Other assets, net 12,500 16,889

Property, plant, and equipment, net 51,099 50,818

Total Assets $ 572,443 $ 835,640

Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity

Trade accounts payable $ 23,052 $ 17,850

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Accrued compensation 38,726 31,541

Other accrued expenses 40,835 35,730

Billings in excess of sales 49,970 43,908

Income taxes payable 26,912 67,477

Short-term debt — 169

Total current liabilities 179,495 196,675

Deferred income taxes 13,465 16,260

Other noncurrent liabilities 548 995

Total noncurrent liabilities 14,013 17,255

Shareholders’ equity:

Common stock, par value $0.10 per share - 100,000,000 shares authorized;
57,361,362 shares issued 5,736 5,736

Additional paid-in capital 201,240 206,888

Deferred compensation (1,552) —

Retained earnings 608,308 586,020

Accumulated other comprehensive income (loss) 12,790 (659)

826,522 797,985

Less — cost of treasury shares (21,259,223 at December 31, 2014, and


11,198,767 at December 31, 2013) (447,587) (176,275)

Total shareholders’ equity 378,935 621,710

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Total Liabilities and Shareholders’ Equity $ 572,443 $ 835,640

Chapter-V

HR Strategy of Intergraph

Human Resources – In an effort to align Human Resources (HR) initiatives with


organizational needs across Hexagon, Ed Porter, who has led HR for Intergraph for
over ten years, has been appointed to Group Management in the role of Chief
Human Resources Officer (CHRO). Porter will lead corporate HR efforts and drive
HR strategies that support all of Hexagon’s businesses.

Intergraph is acquired by Hexagon. Hexagon Metrology, a part of Hexagon, is the worldwide


leader in industrial metrology. Their employees are the foundation for their success.
Therefore they place the greatest value on professionalism, trust and efficient employee
management - for only with motivated employees can they achieve peak performance.
Hexagon Metrology supports personal and career development and opportunities for their
employees to improve themselves. An open company structure, career development and a
fascinating, international high-tech environment make Hexagon Metrology an attractive
employer.

Recruitment and selection

Intergraph is acquired by Hexagon .Founded in 2004, HEXAGON is a prominent


Recruitment and HR solutions firm headquartered out of Pune. We have earned a strong
reputation for building solid client relationships and delivering high-quality services to
companies seeking to hire top talent.

Hexagon has 4 business divisions.

1) HEXAGON EXECUTIVE SEARCH


2) HEXAGON SELECT
3) HEXAGON MANAGED RECRUITNG SERVICES
4) HEXAGON HR ADVISORY

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The first, HEXAGON EXECUTIVE SEARCH specializes in senior-level talent search for
the Information Technology and Engineering / Automobile industries. We have assisted
companies locate Managing Directors, Vic Presidents, Directors, Chief Financial Officers,
HR Heads, Business Unit Head, Country Heads and the like.

The second, HEXAGON SELECT, provides recruiting services for junior-to-mid


management and technical resources. We have innovative business models like nominating a
SPOC to operate from the clients’ premises to enable co-ordination; supported by a large
sourcing team at the back-office.

The third, HEXAGON MANAGED RECRUITING SERVICES provides Recruitment


Process Outsourcing (RPO) services. Recognized as the pioneers in the RPO field, we have a
full service basket of innovative solutions in the recruitment domain of our clients, such as
RPO, Consulting and Staff Augmentation.

The fourth, HEXAGON Hr ADVISORY provides HR consulting services such as Comp &
Ben Studies, Employee Satisfaction Survey, Behavioral assessments, etc.

Training and Development

Intergraph Security, Government and Infrastucture training and development courses provide
hands-on training with the GeoMedia suite of products and with developing solutions based
on GeoMedia technology. By taking the user training courses, you will learn the concepts
and mechanics of training with the GeoMedia suite of products. Using the GeoMedia
application-programming interface, you will gain experience with our solutions-based
technology in the desktop and Web areas.

Attendees participate in extensive lab sessions created and instructed by Intergraph technical
staff. They will also have the opportunity to "ask the experts" about planned applications and
system capabilities. Our goal is to meet all of our members' training needs. We deliver the
flexible, practical course content and comprehensive hands-on training that are critical to
successful implementation of any system, product, or solution.

The following is a list of the training courses that are required/recommended for certification:

 GeoMedia / GeoMedia Professional Training

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 Developing Desktop Solutions with GeoMedia Technology

 Developing Web Solutions with GeoMedia Web Technology

Intergraph offers superior training services with options to meet your needs.

Instructor-led training: Courses are held in the following locations.

 Huntsville, Alabama.
 Norcross, Georgia.
 Houston, Texas.

Take advantage of classes for the following solutions:

CAESAR II® SmartPlant Electrical SmartPlant P&ID

GT STRUDL® SmartPlant Foundation SmartPlant Review

Intergraph SmartPlant Fusion SmartPlant Spoolgen®


Smart™ 3D Solutionware

PDS® SmartPlant SmartSketch®


Instrumentation

PV Elite® SmartPlant Interop Validation, Transformation,


Publisher and Loading

SmartPlant® SmartPlant Isometrics


Construction

Virtual training

Enjoy in-depth training from the convenience of your desktop for the following solutions:

 CAESAR II.
 Smart 3D.
 SmartPlant P&ID.

Virtual Training courses offer in-depth training with the convenience of never having to leave
your office. Interactive, instructor-led courses are designed to help students develop valuable

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skills and learn in an intuitive, innovative self-study format. Instruction is engineering
workflow-driven, not command-centered.

 CAESAR II®
 Intergraph Smart™ 3D
 SmartPlant® P&ID

Compensation

The typical salary for an Intergraph Support Engineer ranges from $57,714-$78,181, with an
average salary of $66,373. Salaries estimates based on 32 salary submitted anonymously by
Intergraph Support Engineer employees. Salaries, wages, tips, bonuses, and hourly pay
submitted anonymously by 301 Intergraph employees. salary for a Intergraph Senior
Software Analyst ranges from 5,00,000-9,00,000, with an average salary of 6,21,571.
Salaries estimates based on 7 salaries submitted anonymously by Intergraph Senior Software
Analyst employees.

Maintenance facilities

Today's global economy faces more demand for more commodities. In order to fulfill these
growing demands, a plant must produce its commodities, whether energy, pharmaceuticals or
consumer goods, in the most efficient manner possible. As such, plant owners cannot afford
costly shutdowns that disrupt production of valuable goods. A key component in the
prevention of costly shutdowns is having an effective plant maintenance program in place.

More than 60 percent of the plants across the globe are designed with solutions from
Intergraph. This proven track record gives Intergraph the ability to build its wealth of
experience into innovative solutions for plant design, construction, and maintenance. It
encourages you to explore the benefits of Intergraph's solutions for the plant industry:

An Intelligent Plant Maintenance Program

With the proper foresight, a plant maintenance program can begin during the plant design
stage. From creating a plant design free of engineering errors, to procuring the right
materials, Intergraph's solutions provide plant owners with the tools they need to preserve
data throughout the life of the project. Here are the areas in which Intergraph's solutions can
impact your plant maintenance program:

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3D Modeling and Visualization.

Intergraph's 3D modeling and visualization solutions provide a collaborative environment for


the development of plant designs. With intelligent technology that understands object
relationships within the plant, Intergraph delivers error-free design capabilities, resulting in
shortened project schedule times and increased productivity. With tools to support the entire
project workflow, including those to analyze models of process and power plants, Intergraph
data modeling and visualization software gives plant owners and designers early insight into
the project, allowing for early implementation of a plant maintenance program.

Engineering and Schematics.

From electrical data management to instrument engineering and process safety, Intergraph's
engineering and schematics solutions integrate engineering disciplines to provide a
comprehensive solution to plant engineering. With worksharing capabilities and collaborative
support, a unified plant maintenance program can be quickly implemented.

Information Management.

The management of information is critical for an efficient plant management program. By


preserving the consistency of critical data, preventative maintenance measures are in place.
Intergraph's information management solutions ensure the accuracy and integrity of valuable
engineering data.

Procurement, Fabrication and Construction.

Manufacturing plant efficiency is imperative for successful plant maintenance and operation.
By creating a more efficient workflow and improving risk management, plant maintenance
runs smoothly and efficiently.

Throughout the 30- to 40-year life of a project, intelligent plant maintenance is essential for
maximizing efficiency and productivity. Intergraph's solutions enable plant owners to build a
better plant, providing an environment conducive to effective plant maintenance.

Industrial Maintenance and Plant Operation

In addition to facing unique challenges such as strict safety regulations and environmental
restrictions, plant owners face the ongoing process of industrial maintenance and plant

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operation. When owners build a better plant, costly unplanned shutdown is avoided and
industrial maintenance and plant operation is optimized. By implementing industrial
maintenance and plant operation solutions and avoiding costly shutdowns, facility owners
and operators can focus on the production of valuable commodities, resulting in higher return
on investment.

Intergraph provides innovative services and technologies to more than 60 countries


worldwide.

 Substantially reduce HAZOP study time and cost


 Gain a powerful visual aid to understanding
 Enhance action management with comprehensive change validation
 See thorough, consistent, auditable results
 Enable better quality designs and reduced cost of change
 Build and retain corporate safety knowledge base
 Improve MOC processes
 Check the safety of plants against recently
reported incidents
 Support mergers and acquisitions

CSR

Corporate social responsibility is a management concept whereby Intergraph integrates


social and environmental concerns in their business operations and interactions with their
stakeholders. CSR (Corporate social responsibility) is understood to be the way Intergraph
integrates social, environmental and economic concerns into their values, culture, decision
making, strategy and operations in a transparent and accountable manner and thereby
establish better practices within the Intergraph, create wealth and improve society. Above all,
CSR is about performance: moving beyond words on a page to effective and observable
actions and societal impacts.

The Intergraph strongly believes that sustainable community development is essential for
harmony between the community and the industry. In its Endeavour to make a positive
contribution to the underprivileged communities it supports a wide range of socio-economic,
educational and health initiatives.

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PURPOSE

The key purpose of this policy is to:

1. Define policy statement & applicability

2. Define the areas of CSR, kinds of projects that will come under the ambit of CSR

3. Serve as a guiding principle to help execute and monitor CSR projects

POLICY STATEMENT:

The CSR Policy focuses on imparting technical training programs tailored to the needs of
individuals, and extensive personal development support programs to help them sharpen their
skills and expertise, while also nurturing and raising their motivation through tie up with
educational institutions. To engage in affirmative action interventions such as skill building
and vocational training, to enhance employability and generate livelihoods for persons from
lesser advantaged sections of society. To pursue CSR Programs primarily in areas that falls
within the economic vicinity of the Intergraph's operations to enable close supervision and
ensure maximum development impact. In Sustainable Livelihood our programs aim at
providing livelihood in a locally appropriate and environmentally sustainable manner through
Formation of Self Help Groups for women empowerment.

APPLICABILITY:

 Intergraph Corporation developed in consonance to Section 135 of the Companies Act


2013 (referred to as the Act in this policy) on CSR and in accordance with the CSR
rules (hereby referred to as the Rules) notified by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs,
Government of India in 2014.
 The Policy shall apply to all CSR projects/programs undertaken by the Intergraph in
India as per Schedule VII of the Act.
 This policy shall be applicable to Intergraph Corporation including all its subsidiaries,
and all their employees.

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AREAS OF CSR

Intergraph Corporation will focus on the various areas of corporate sustainability that
impact individuals towards imparting education, training, learning and development and also
areas of their health and society at large, in a way that it ensures that the Intergraph ’s success
is shared by all its constituents and stakeholders.

The Intergraph Corporation will formulate policies for social development that are based on
the following guiding principles:

 Adopt an approach that aims at achieving a greater balance between social


development and economic development through education and training.

Adopt new measures to accelerate and ensure the basic needs of all people.

Hexagon Capability Center focus in the area of corporate sustainability includes

 Education
 Women empowerment
 Supporting Orphanages
 Natural Calamity

GUIDING PRINCIPLES

PARTNERSHIPS

Collaborative partnerships will be formed with charitable organizations, NGOs and other
like-minded institutions. This will help extend the Intergraph's reach and leverage upon the
collective expertise, wisdom and experience that these partnerships will bring to the table.

CSR BUDGET

The total budget for the CSR projects will be decided by the CSR Committee of Intergraph

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RESPONSIBILITIES

 Formulate and update our CSR Policy, which will be approved by the Board of
Intergraph Corporation
 Suggest areas of intervention to the Board of Intergraph Corporation
 Approve projects that are in line with the CSR policy
 Put monitoring mechanisms in place to track the progress of each project
 Recommend the CSR expenditure to the Board of Intergraph Corporation who will
approve it
 Meet at least twice a year to review the progress made

TREATMENT OF SURPLUSES

Any surplus generated from CSR projects undertaken by us will be tracked and channelized
into our CSR corpus. These funds will be further used in development of the CSR projects
and will not be added to the normal business profits.

INFORMATION DISSEMINATION

The Company's engagement in this domain is disseminated on its website, annual reports.

BOARD‐LEVEL CSR COMMITTEE

At Intergraph Corporation, CSR Committee is formed with the directors as members for
effective discharge of CSR policy.

Members of the CSR Committee:

1. Mr. Charles Young Evans

2. Ms. Teresa Marie Smith

3. Ms. Melanie Laster Eakes

This committee will include other members to locally execute the CSR Policy.

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MANAGEMENT COMMITMENT

Intergraph Corporation Corporate Social Responsibility policy conforms to the Corporate


Social Responsibility Voluntary Guidelines spelt out by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs,
Government of India their Board of Directors, their Management and all of their employees
subscribe to the philosophy of corporate citizenship and the duties accompanied with it. They
believe in ethos of generosity and compassion, and sincerely direct their affairs towards
building a society that works for everyone. This is the cornerstone of their CSR policy.
Intergraph Corporation thanks all the associates who are with it in this journey and made this
possible.

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Chapter-VI

Findings

 The study finds Intergraph has a clear lead over its competitors in terms of overall
global market share.
 Within the plant design category (which encompasses technology used in the design,
construction and operation of process, power and marine facilities), Intergraph also
leads the rankings in primary industries including: chemical, oil and gas, and mining
and metals.
 The study finds that Intergraph ranked as the No. 1 overall engineering design
solution provider for plant design based on revenues. This marks the eighth
consecutive year Intergraph has been named the global leader in ARC’s global market
research study “Engineering Design Tools for Plants and Infrastructure Worldwide
Outlook,” which was first released in 2006.
 The study provides suppliers and purchasers with information about important issues
such as following:
 The size of the global engineering design tools market;
 Leading suppliers and their market shares;
 The short- and long-term potential for the engineering design business;
 The impact of new technologies in the marketplace;
 Which industries and global regions offer the greatest potential for growth and
the key elements for overall business success?
 Intergraph Technical User Forum (TUF) LinkedIn groups provide an online
discussion forum for year-round networking between users. To learn more about
Intergraph solutions and network with other Intergraph users,
visit www.intergraph.com/go/tuf.

“Intergraph continues to be the market leader in the plant design industry,” said Dick
Slansky, ARC Advisory Group senior analyst and co-author of the study. “In addition to
having a broad product portfolio that provides users with an excellent value proposition,
Intergraph continues its market-leading R&D investment to develop new and innovative
products.”

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BIOGRAPHY

http://www.intergraph.com/

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intergraph

http://www.payscale.com/research/IN/Employer=Intergraph_Corporation/Salar
y

http://www.indeed.co.in/Intergraph-jobs-in-Hyderabad,-Andhra-Pradesh

https://www.google.co.in/search?q=intergraph&biw=1366&bih=643&source=l
nms&tbm=isch&sa=X&sqi=2&ved=0ahUKEwi_oqnK_6jMAhUMHI4KHYEU
Co0Q_AUICCgD#

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Intergraph

http://www.hexagonsafetyinfrastructure.com/

https://twitter.com/Intergraph?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%
7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

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