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1 Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Hitachi IR Day 2014 June 12, 2014 Tatsuro Ishizuka Executive Vice President and Executive Officer CTrO Hitachi, Ltd.

2 Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Contents 1. Project Outline 2. Project Progress 3. Project Activities 4. Conclusion

3 1-1. Project Objective Transform Group structure into a globally competitive enterprise Achieving Growth and Hitachi s Transformation Conduct Hitachi Group structural reforms and enhancement measures Grow the Social Innovation Business Transformation Innovation Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Transform into the ideal Hitachi Cost Group, Business Structure Shift to an enterprise that generates cash to achieve growth Global 3

4 1-2. Project Goal Establish organization and business functions supporting global growth 1 2 Headquarters Management contribution: accelerate decision-making Organization Business functions Cash and cost information 3 In-house companies and major Group companies Administrative Operations Transformation Division Shared services companies Strengthen functions IT platform BPO vendors Optimize group structure Overall optimization from an end-to-end perspective Order received Design Procurement Manufacturing Standardize and centralize operations 4 Service Establish management support base Optimize group structure Centralize common functions within the Group Review intra-group transactions Cost structure reform : streamline management and boost efficiency Optimize overall operations from an end-to-end perspective 4 Further improve high-value-added operations Standardize and centralize operations for higher efficiency Improve IT platform Implement low-cost common operations 3 Establish a division devoted to indirect operation reform Rigorous use of shared services companies inside and outside Hitachi 1 2 4

5 1-3. Project Overview Promote reform and cooperation within the Group from an end-to-end perspective Cost structure Measures Reform perspectives SG&A expenses Cost of sales Marketing costs Centralize back-office operations Indirect operational costs Indirect materials costs IT costs Logistics costs Rent Consumables costs, etc. Engineering costs Production costs Direct materials costs Promote global shared services Centralize servers and operations Global logistics reforms Centralize group assets Promote centralized purchasing of indirect materials Expand MD applications and use of overseas sources Implement SCM reforms and centralize manufacturing bases Promote global procurement and centralized purchasing Strengthen functions Shorten lead times Standardize Review The process Outsource Centralize Digitize Promote process-focused reforms Establish processes from a global perspective Higher efficiency of standard operations and use of outsourcing Further improve high-valueadded operations 5

6 Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Contents 1. Project Outline 2. Project Progress 3. Project Activities 4. Conclusion

7 2-1. Progress Achieved cost reduction targets ahead of schedule to fulfill targets of 2015 Mid-term Management Plan FY2013 Ahead of schedule Previous forecast 100 billion yen Result 110 billion yen FY2014 Reach even higher Forecast 90 billion yen Target 100 billion yen (billion yen) Cumulative FY2011 Result FY2012 Result FY2013 Result FY2014 Forecast 90 FY2015 Target Single-year benefit 7

8 2-2. Factors for Change in Operating Income (FY2013 FY2014) Project benefits contributing to improved business results and the creation of growth investments Impact of integrating business * : (21.0) Benefit of Hitachi Smart Transformation Project : Investment in business development : (40.0) Cost reduction, etc. : Billions of yen Year over year Lower sales prices : (100.0) Effect of foreign exchange movements : (15.0) Improved capacity utilization : FY2013 * Impact of integrating the thermal power business, etc. FY2014 8

9 2-3. Future Outlook Enhancing the project initiatives and reaping benefits to fulfill targets of the 2015 Mid-term Management Plan ~ FY2012 FY2013 FY2014 FY2015 FY2016~ Reforms focused on cost areas and functions Process-focused reforms Accelerate centralized purchasing of direct and indirect materials Full-scale development of global SCM reforms and modular design Accelerate global usage of shared services and indirect operation reform Production costs Direct Materials costs Indirect costs Concept formulation Concept formulation Global SCM reforms Expand applications of modular design Accelerate centralized purchasing Strengthen engineered sourcing (increase procurement engineers) Concept formulation (in Japan) Centralize (Globally) common operating expenses Expand introduction of Concept formulation shared services in Japan and overseas Concept formulation Global logistics reforms Headquarters reforms Group structure reforms Promote process reforms Expand specific reforms into area reforms Advance, standardize and centralize business and work processes Supply chain Project management Indirect operations in Japan, etc. Operational reforms Shift to a global business process 9

10 Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Contents 1. Project Outline 2. Project Progress 3. Project Activities 4. Conclusion

11 3-1. Steady progress on reforms by cost areas and functions Production cost reforms Measures Centralize printed circuit board production bases Global SCM reforms Expand application of modular design KPI FY2013 Progress FY2014 FY2015 (Forecast) Number of bases Number of participating businesses Number of participating businesses 18/18 18/18 18/18 9/17 17/17 17/17 Direct materials cost reforms Strengthen global procurement Accelerate centralized purchasing Strengthen cost planning Strengthen engineered sourcing Global procurement ratio (%) Centralized purchasing ratio (%) Adoption ratio for cost planning of new products (%) Number of procurement engineers Over About

12 3-2. New Measures Operational, business and work process reforms Production cost reforms Indirect cost reforms Globalize the value chain Direct materials cost reforms Cost of sales SG&A Introduce shared services to indirect operations IT cost reforms Group structural reforms Build global procurement scheme Indirect cost reforms Global logistics reforms Group structural reforms Intra-group transaction reforms 12

13 3-3. Globalize the Value Chain Establish optimal global processes to swiftly respond to customers business needs Example of global production and supply systems Production bases China Mother factories Basic design Japan Saudi Arabia Engineering bases Detailed engineering Design of peripheral equipment and auxiliaries Prepare purchasing specifications Blueprint creation 1. Cut costs for design and procurement 2. Accelerate responses to customers 3. Shorten lead times Southeast Asia Engineering bases Procurement bases Procurement Procurement of peripheral equipment Process management Quality control (Respond to suppliers and customers) Rebuild value chain from customers perspective Cost reductions 13

14 3-4. Build Global Procurement Scheme Build a new global procurement scheme using professional functions within the Group IPO Focus on high-value-added operations Transfer operations Hitachi High-Technologies [Procurement management] Conduct customs clearance, standardize operations and incorporate IT Hitachi Capital [Payment] Optimize payment periods Hitachi Transport System [Logistics] Conduct joint transportation and joint use of warehouses leveraging Hitachi Group s economic powerhouses Procurement management and SCM costs cuttings, inventory reductions, and cash flow improvement IPO : International Procurement Office 14

15 3-5. Global Logistics Reforms Build a global logistics scheme to realize cost reductions and improve fund efficiency Logistics expertise IT Hitachi Group s economic powerhouses China Hitachi Transport System Milk run Joint storage GWPF Joint storage GWPF Joint international transportation Logistics IT platform Japan Milk run Scheduled to expand from China to Asia, and then to Europe Information & Telecommunication Systems Company *1 Gate Way Plat Form : Storage, collection and delivery bases used jointly by the Group *2 Milk run : A logistics technique in which trucks make rounds to multiple bases for collection and delivery Cost reduction Improve fund efficiency (Example: China bases -approx. 180 companies and approx. 70 factories) Gate Way Plat Form (GWPF) *1 Milk run *2 Reduce transportation and storage expenses Joint storage, Joint international transportation Shorten lead times High-frequency shipments through the loading of mixed batches of freight Reduce transportation expenses Transportation of mixed batches of freight (Improve the load factor) Reduce inventories High-frequency collection and delivery through the loading of small, mixed batches of freight 15

16 3-6. Introduce Shared Services to Indirect Operations Expand the introduction of shared services to indirect operations globally In operation Planned Americas Established a division devoted to operational reforms Standardize indirect work processes, etc. Europe Africa China India Asia Japan Promote BPO in overseas indirect operations Finance Human capital Procure ment China Asia India Europe Americas In operation by FY2013 Begin operation from FY2014 onward Standardize and promote BPO in domestic indirect operations BPO center in India Promote BPO in finance operations: October 2014 onward Centralize payroll calculation tasks: approx. 200,000 employees in Japan Promote BPO in procurement operations: expand mainly procurement operations for indirect materials 16

17 3-7. IT Cost Reforms FY2011 (Result) Reduce regular IT expenditures to secure funding for strategic IT investments that will aid growth FY2015 (Forecast) Priorities Main measures Strategic IT investment Optimization Strategic IT investment 1 Improve software procurement conditions Promote centralized purchasing of licenses Reduce communication-related expenses Expand APM within the Group 2 Optimize IT assets Integrate IT-related facilities and equipment Rationalize the testing and development environment Regular IT expenditures Minimization Regular IT expenditures 3 Modify sourcing formats Reduce communications and support costs by centralizing bases Promote centralization of internally managed operations within the Group (management of bases, call centers, etc.) Expand the use of cloud services Begin exploring the use of AMO APM : Application Portfolio Management AMO : Application Management Outsourcing 17

18 3-8. Group Structural Reforms Strengthen strategic Headquarters functions and optimize the Group structure to achieve growth as One Hitachi Headquarters (Group Corporate) Research & Development Group Health Care Group Power Systems Group Infrastructure Systems Group Information & Telecommunication Systems Group Hitachi Chemical Hitachi Metals Strengthen strategic functions Optimize the Group structure Realign headquarters to specialize in strategy formulation and promotion u u Headquarters reforms Appoint CXO for each role and function Shift to a workforce of 600 people Group structural reforms (follow the infrastructure systems business example) Establish a framework to provide total solutions from customers perspective Realign and centralize related businesses to sharpen competitiveness Establish a framework to provide total solutions Infrastructure Systems Company Industrial plant solutions business Realign businesses to sharpen competitiveness Realign businesses spread across Hitachi, Ltd. and five other Group companies u Streamline operations u Eliminate redundant operations Established Hitachi Industry & Control Solutions, Ltd. (As of April 1, 2014) 18

19 3-9. Intra-Group Transaction Reforms Reallocate resources for intra-group transactions to resources for driving growth Intra-Group Transaction Reforms Before reforms After reforms Standardize transaction patterns Estimates Orders Accounts payable Estimates Orders Accounts payable Simplify work processes, IT-based automation Company A Company B Design Procurement Sales Design Estimate requests Estimates Requests for orders Negotiation and coordination Negotiation and coordination Orders Accounts payable Billing Estimate requests Estimates Requests for orders Direct negotiations Orders Accounts payable IT-based automation Direct negotiations Automatic conversion to accounts receivable Review the roles of related departments Reduce the number of intra-group transaction steps Reallocate resources to drive growth Enhance and expand customer service operations Concentrate on high-valueadded operations 19

20 3-10. Advance to Process-focused Reforms Overall optimization of operational, business, and work processes using IT Achieve optimal operations according to business characteristics based on a Group-wide platform Directly link management targets and frontline operations Instructions for actions C Monitoring A Vision Visualization of management Strategy formulation Decision making Overall optimization from an end-to-end perspective P D Reforms focused on cost areas and functions will be henceforth reviewed by process for overall optimization, and the reforms will be implemented in teams 1 2 Themes ahead Business structure and operational reforms to improve cash generation capacity Work process reforms from an end-to-end perspective Sales and inquiries Orders Design Procurement Production Delivery and management installation Accounting Personnel 3 Work style reforms using IT Management information 20

21 Hitachi Smart Transformation Project Contents 1. Project Outline 2. Project Progress 3. Project Activities 4. Conclusion

22 4-1. FY2015 Targets The Hitachi Smart Transformation Project will help the Hitachi Group to achieve a consolidated operating income (EBIT *1 ) ratio of over 7% Project benefits Company-wide forecast FY2013 (single year) FY2014 (single year) Cumulative through FY2015 *2 FY2012 (Result) FY2013 (Result) FY2015 (Forecast) Indirect costs 44.0 billion yen 35.0 billion yen billion yen Operating income (EBIT) 4.7% (4.0%) 5.5% (6.0%) Over 7% (Over 7%) Production costs Direct materials costs Total 66.0 billion yen billion yen 55.0 billion yen 90.0 billion yen Target billion yen billion yen billion yen SG&A expenses *3 Cost of sales *1 EBIT: Earnings before interest and taxes *2 Cumulative through FY2015 vs. FY2010 *3 SG&A expenses include R&D expenditures 20.7% 74.6% 20.8% 73.7% 22

23 Improve earnings and cash generation capacity to advance to the next stage of growth Why should you change the way of doing business? A time to leave the past behind us The way it was - is not how it will be Today, we are re-evaluating our current business practices from the global management point of view. Our new strategy is called Hitachi Smart Transformation Project and is promoting various structural reformations. The key to success is each individual s awareness of this goal and changing their mindset. We need to re-think our current practices and try something new. How about collaboration with another division or even with another company? You will change Hitachi. Let s rebuild Hitachi to be a world leader together. 23

24 Cautionary Statement Certain statements found in this document may constitute forward-looking statements as defined in the U.S. Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of Such forward-looking statements reflect management s current views with respect to certain future events and financial performance and include any statement that does not directly relate to any historical or current fact. Words such as anticipate, believe, expect, estimate, forecast, intend, plan, project and similar expressions which indicate future events and trends may identify forward-looking statements. Such statements are based on currently available information and are subject to various risks and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in the forward-looking statements and from historical trends. Certain forward-looking statements are based upon current assumptions of future events which may not prove to be accurate. Undue reliance should not be placed on forward-looking statements, as such statements speak only as of the date of this document. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those projected or implied in any forward-looking statement and from historical trends include, but are not limited to: economic conditions, including consumer spending and plant and equipment investment in Hitachi s major markets, particularly Japan, Asia, the United States and Europe, as well as levels of demand in the major industrial sectors Hitachi serves, including, without limitation, the information, electronics, automotive, construction and financial sectors; exchange rate fluctuations of the yen against other currencies in which Hitachi makes significant sales or in which Hitachi s assets and liabilities are denominated, particularly against the U.S. dollar and the euro; uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to access, or access on favorable terms, liquidity or long-term financing; uncertainty as to general market price levels for equity securities, declines in which may require Hitachi to write down equity securities that it holds; uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to continue to develop and market products that incorporate new technologies on a timely and cost-effective basis and to achieve market acceptance for such products; rapid technological innovation; the possibility of cost fluctuations during the lifetime of, or cancellation of, long-term contracts for which Hitachi uses the percentage-of-completion method to recognize revenue from sales; fluctuations in the price of raw materials including, without limitation, petroleum and other materials, such as copper, steel, aluminum, synthetic resins, rare metals and rare-earth minerals, or shortages of materials, parts and components; fluctuations in product demand and industry capacity; uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to implement measures to reduce the potential negative impact of fluctuations in product demand, exchange rates and/or price of raw materials or shortages of materials, parts and components; increased commoditization of information technology products and digital media-related products and intensifying price competition for such products; uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to achieve the anticipated benefits of its strategy to strengthen its Social Innovation Business; uncertainty as to the success of restructuring efforts to improve management efficiency by divesting or otherwise exiting underperforming businesses and to strengthen competitiveness; uncertainty as to the success of cost reduction measures; general socioeconomic and political conditions and the regulatory and trade environment of countries where Hitachi conducts business, particularly Japan, Asia, the United States and Europe, including, without limitation, direct or indirect restrictions by other nations on imports and differences in commercial and business customs including, without limitation, contract terms and conditions and labor relations; uncertainty as to the success of alliances upon which Hitachi depends, some of which Hitachi may not control, with other corporations in the design and development of certain key products; uncertainty as to Hitachi s access to, or ability to protect, certain intellectual property rights, particularly those related to electronics and data processing technologies; uncertainty as to the outcome of litigation, regulatory investigations and other legal proceedings of which the Company, its subsidiaries or its equity method affiliates have become or may become parties; the possibility of incurring expenses resulting from any defects in products or services of Hitachi; the potential for significant losses on Hitachi s investments in equity method affiliates; the possibility of disruption of Hitachi s operations by earthquakes, tsunamis or other natural disasters; uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to maintain the integrity of its information systems, as well as Hitachi s ability to protect its confidential information or that of its customers; uncertainty as to the accuracy of key assumptions Hitachi uses to evaluate its significant employee benefit-related costs; and uncertainty as to Hitachi s ability to attract and retain skilled personnel. The factors listed above are not all-inclusive and are in addition to other factors contained in other materials published by Hitachi. 24

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