Kodak

 

Kodak has transformed itself into a technology company focused on imaging for business. Today's Kodak provides:

World-class R&D, based on Kodak's unique strengths in the materials, imaging and deposition sciences
Breakthrough products enabling customers to achieve transformational improvements in quality, productivity and sustainability
A broad solution set across graphic communications, product goods packaging, functional printing enabling
Software and professional services businesses use to redefine information flow and security

The New Kodak

Kodak has sharpened its focus to commercial markets as part of a two-year restructuring. The company streamlined a complex infrastructure, made large cost reductions and exited non-core businesses – including the spin off of its Consumer Imaging and Document Imaging businesses that now operate as Kodak Alaris under new ownership.

Today, Kodak is leaner, financially stronger and ready to grow – poised to take advantage of the digital transition under way in packaging markets; the growing demand for graphic communications around the world, especially in emerging markets; and dynamic growth in the market for printed electronics, sensors, fuel cells and other printed products with functions beyond visual communications.