HP Revenue from Personal Systems & Printing

HP Revenue from Personal Systems & Printing 2008-2017

 

The following table presents the revenue HP has earned from the sales of personal systems & Printing equipment from 2008 to 2017.

Hewlett Packard Revenue from Personal Systems and Printing businesses 2008-2017 (Sums in Millions)
YearPersonal systemsPrinting
2017 $       33,374  $       18,801 
2016 $       29,987  $       18,260 
2015 $       31,520  $       21,232 
2014 $       34,387  $       23,211 
2013 $       32,179  $       23,854 
2012 $       35,843  $       24,487 
2011 $       39,654  $       26,176 
2010 $       40,741  $       26,176 
2009 $       35,305  $       24,011 
2008 $       42,295  $       29,614 

The following table presents the revenue HP has earned from the sales of Notebooks, desktops and workstations from 2008 to 2017.

HP Revenue from Notebooks, desktops and workstations 2008-2017 (Sums in Millions)
YearNotebooksDesktopsworkstations
2017 $       19,782  $       10,298  $       2,042 
2016 $       16,982  $         9,956  $       2,870 
2015 $       17,271  $       10,941  $       2,018 
2014 $       17,540  $       13,197  $       2,218 
2013 $       16,029  $       12,844  $       2,147 
2012 $       18,830  $       13,888  $       2,148 
2011 $       21,319  $       15,260  $       2,216 
2010 $       22,602  $       15,519  $       1,786 
2009 $       20,223  $       12,892  $       1,261 
2008 $       22,657  $       16,643  $       1,885 

HP is  a leading provider of PC and other access devices, imaging and printing products, and related technologies, solutions and services. The brand has a large customer base globally. It sells to individual customers, SMEs, large enterprises, government customers as well as health and education sectors. Founded in 1939 by William R Hewlett and David Packard, HP was incorporated in 1947. In 2015, HP was divided into HP and HPE or Hewlett Packard Enterprises. After the separation Hewlett Packard company changed its name to HP Inc. The brand has achieved some serious growth since it separated from HPE. Having overtaken Lenovo, HP has become the biggest PC maker of the world. In 2016, the brand acquired the printing business by Samsung which has also helped it gain momentum. However, given the decline experienced by the PC and printing businesses in the recent years, HP has acquired some impressive strength. 

Sources:

HP Annual Reports 2008-2017.

Abhijeet Pratap

Abhijeet has been blogging on educational topics and business research since 2016. He graduated with a Hons. in English literature from BRABU and an MBA from the Asia-Pacific Institute of Management, New Delhi. He likes to blog and share his knowledge and research in business management, marketing, literature and other areas with his readers.