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“2013 U.S. Electronic Computer Manufacturing Industry-Capital & Expenses Report”
The 2013 U.S. Electronic Computer Manufacturing Industry-Capital & Expenses Report, published annually, contains timely and accurate industry statistics, forecasts and demographics.
The report features 2013 current and 2014 forecast estimates on the cost of materials, capital expenditures, inventories, rentals, and other expenses nationally and for all 50 U.S. States and up to 900 metro areas. Expenses categories include materials used, payroll, human resources benefits, health insurance, retirement/pension plans, advertising, taxes, depreciation, electricity, fuels, equipment, repair/maintenance, and software. Capital expenditures include building, machinery, vehicles, and computer equipment. The report also includes industry definition, a breakdown by establishments size and industry size estimates (establishments, sales and employment).
Barnes Reports' Capital & Expenses reports are an essential part of any GAP analysis, benchmarking project, SWOT analysis, business plan, risk analysis, or growth-share matrix.
Industry Definition and Related Industries
NAICS 334111: Electronic Computer Manufacturing
This U.S. industry comprises establishments primarily engaged in manufacturing
and/or assembling electronic computers, such as mainframes, personal computers, workstations, laptops, and computer servers. Computers can be analog, digital, or hybrid. Digital computers, the most common type, are devices that do all of the following: (1) store the processing program or programs and the data immediately necessary for the execution of the program; (2) can be freely programmed in accordance with the requirements of the user; (3) perform arithmetical computations specified by the user; and (4) execute, without human intervention, a processing program that requires the computer to modify its execution by logical decision during the processing run. Analog computers are capable of simulating mathematical models and contain at least analog, control, and programming elements.
- Communications Equipment
- Computer Networks
- Computer Peripherals
- Computer Storage Devices
- U.S. Census Categories
NAICS 334111 - Electronic Computer Manufacturing is 100% comparable to
SIC 3571 - Electronic Computers
- Electronic computers
- Computers, digital, analog or hybrid
- Mainframe computers
- Personal computers (microcomputers)
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