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Last $43.27 USD
Change Today -0.50 / -1.14%
Volume 54.9K
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electronics for imaging (EFII) Snapshot

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$42.31
Previous Close
$43.77
Day High
$43.44
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52 Week High
07/21/15 - $48.36
52 Week Low
01/29/15 - $35.45
Market Cap
2.0B
Average Volume 10 Days
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EPS TTM
$0.74
Shares Outstanding
47.3M
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Electronics For Imaging, Inc. provides digital inkjet printers, business process automation solutions, and color digital front ends (DFE) in the Untied States and internationally. The company’s Industrial Inkjet segment offers VUTEk super-wide format UV, LED, textile dye sublimation, and thermoforming industrial digital inkjet printers and ink for use in commercial photo labs, sign shops, graphic screen printers, specialty commercial printers, and digital and billboard graphics providers; EFI hybrid and flatbed UV wide format graphics printers to industrial digital inkjet printer market; Jetrion label and packaging digital inkjet printing systems, integration solutions, and specialty inks to the converting, packaging, and direct mail industries; and Cretaprint ceramic tile decoration digital inkjet printers. Its Productivity Software segment provides Monarch and Metrics business process automation software; Pace, a cloud-based business process automation software; Digital StoreFront, a cloud-based e-commerce solution that allows print service providers to accept, manage, and process printing orders over the Internet; Radius, a business process automation software for label and packaging printers; and other business process automation and e-commerce solutions designed for the printing and packaging industries. The company’s Fiery segment offers stand-alone DFEs connected to digital printers, copiers, and other peripheral devices; embedded DFEs and design-licensed solutions used in digital copiers and multi-functional devices; optional software integrated into its DFEs, such as Fiery Central, Command WorkStation, and MicroPress; Fiery Self Serve, a self-service and payment solution; PrintMe mobile printing application; and stand-alone software-based solutions, such as proofing and scanning solutions. Electronics For Imaging, Inc. was founded in 1988 and is headquartered in Fremont, California.

2,672 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/18/15
Founded in 1988

electronics for imaging (EFII) Top Compensated Officers

Chief Executive Officer, President and Direct...
Total Annual Compensation: $620.0K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: $311.6K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

electronics for imaging (EFII) Key Developments

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. Announces New Update to PrintSmith Vision Software

Electronics For Imaging, Inc., or EFI, has enhanced its print workflow offerings with a new update to PrintSmith Vision software. PrintSmith Vision is a flexible, browser-based MIS software product for print shops - including franchises and in-plant facilities - that features powerful estimating, point-of-sale, account management, production management, receivables and sales analysis tools within a single, easy-to-use application. The software was developed with the goal of driving print shop profitability and efficiency at an affordable price point using features that extend the PrintSmith platform's longstanding presence as the MIS technology for small commercial businesses in the graphic arts industry. The new version of EFI PrintSmith Vision helps users focus on winning more jobs and managing them more efficiently. New mobile views in the software give users more power to check work-in-process, view job statuses or check arriving shipments remotely. Plus, new dashboards in the software provide users with faster access to information they need. Users can view even more critical information, including information specific to the logged-in user, such as orders entered by that user and a list of pending estimates that can be opened from the dashboard and converted into orders. The new advancements available with the software provide distinct advantages for Gaithersburg, Md.-based Herron Printing & Graphics. The software is now ideally suited for mobile access, as users can view a complete range of customer and estimate history details using an HTML5 mobile interface. Data security is another key improvement, with new tools to schedule automatic backups of the MIS software's database. Users can effectively manage and automate their complete printing workflow thanks to integrated connectivity with EFI Fiery Central and Fiery digital print servers with Command WorkStation, as well as with EFI Digital StoreFront eCommerce and web-to-print software. The Digital StoreFront integration provides real-time, bidirectional status updates for immediate communication to operators and customers alike. Users also gain superior job submission and customizable storefront options, which are key advantages for print businesses seeking to enhance client relationships and boost customer loyalty. Additional capabilities available in the latest upgrade to PrintSmith Vision include: more flexibility in logging customer interactions; purchase order generation; improved email, content previews, and new and improved scheduling module. Users can be more productive by efficiently managing and tracking customer interactions with a new feature for logging follow ups, meeting reminders, issues and questions from a variety of windows. Logged entries are listed chronologically in the software's dashboard to help ensure that users take appropriate follow-up actions. Users can create and manage purchase orders for paper, charges, jobs and invoices, plus users can create generic purchase orders to track other purchased items. The software features numerous email enhancements, including the ability to email purchase orders, integration with Microsoft Outlook Exchange Server, HTML email templates and more. The software's digital assets window now includes a 'show preview' button for previewing PDF, JPG and PNG files, saving users valuable time in job preparation and customer service tasks. Now, users can perform enhanced scheduling and job tracking with data collection in a new scheduling offering, which includes a direct link to the MIS software's tracker module. In addition to these improvements, the software includes many additional productivity enhancements, security features andworkflow optimization tools to help users work faster and more accurately. Printing and packaging professionals across the globe rely on EFI's portfolio of workflow products to manage their businesses and become more streamlined, efficient, informed and profitable.

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. Introduces EFI Fiery API

Electronics For Imaging, Inc. introduced the new EFI Fiery application programming interface, or API. Print service providers can develop customized solutions to automate and streamline their digital print production operations using the new EFI Fiery API. Print service providers can use the Fiery API to tightly integrate their digital print operations with their existing IT framework to share data and eliminate job-prep process steps. Print service providers with in-house or contract developers can solve their unique challenges with an API that leverages the Fiery digital front end (DFE) platform for the creation of web and native client applications. The Fiery API includes a modern Web app framework, provides session and user management tools and robust access security. The Fiery API allows EFI customers to interact with their Fiery servers from their own applications for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and other platforms using familiar programming languages and development tools of their choice. Built on modern web-based technologies such as WebSockets that enable live, bi-directional interaction, the Fiery API adheres to the popular REST (Representational State Transfer) architectural style, allowing developers to conduct API commands with simple HTTP methods. Retrieving job log data from the Fiery DFE, for example, requires just a single line of code. In-house applications connected through the Fiery API can incorporate EFI Fiery data, such as number of sheets, media size, media type, and user name. The integrated applications also can control job submissions, job action and print queue management, as well as retrieve live status of the DFE, printer consumables, and processed jobs with raster image previewing.

Electronics for Imaging, Inc. Provides Earnings Guidance for the Third Quarter Ending September 2015 and Tax Rate Guidance for the Year 2015

Electronics for Imaging, Inc. provided earnings guidance for the third quarter ending September 2015 and tax rate guidance for the year 2015. For the quarter, the company announced that acquiring Matan also gives the company access to the significant Inkjet technology talent in Israel as it go out and address an expanding TAM, the company will need to strengthen its team with the best Inkjet engineers it can find globally. The EFI team is out at work integrating both companies. As the company announced, the transactions will both be slightly accretive to fiscal year 2015. But the impact on the third quarter revenue and profitability is still valuable. For third quarter, the company expects revenue of $225 million to $232 million, which represents growth of 14% to 17% with Reggiani and Matan contributing approximately 8% to 10% of revenue. Mark will cover in more detail on it third quarter outlook. Looking to the September quarter, the company expects revenue to grow 14% to 17% year-over-year, resulting in revenue of $225 million to $232 million. This include the contribution of approximately 8% to 10% of total revenue from the Reggiani and Matan acquisitions, which due to the structure of their existing contracts, it require some initial revenue deferral as the company bring both companies financial and contract policies under U.S. GAAP. Looking to the third quarter, w the company expects non-GAAP earnings per share of $0.48 to $0.52. The company’s second quarter static tax rate remained at 19% and the company expects this level to continue in 2015.

 

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