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About Inventec
Company Name Inventec Corporation Chairman Mr. Tom Cho
Date of Establishment 9th June 1975 President Mr. Maurice Wu
Type of Industry Information and Communications Technology Total Employees 54,978 (as of 2017/12/31)
Operation Headquarter Located in Taipei City, of Taiwan with operations globally (Asia, North America & Europe) Stock Code 2356
(Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange)
Headquarter No.66, Hougang Street, Shilin District, Taipei City 11170, Taiwan
Annual Revenue NTD 467.5 billion (appx.)

Founded in 1975, Inventec manufactures computers, telephones, notebooks, and servers and has developed a strong foundation for global success. Upon entering the 21st century, our company has become even more active in such industries as cloud computing, wireless communication, intelligent devices, IoT, and green energy.
For many years, the business concepts of Inventec have been “Innovation, Quality, Open Mind, and Execution.” Thanks to our variety of products, strategic alliances, supply-chain integration, expanded business scale, and enhanced long-term competitiveness, we have become among the best system, software, and service company. At the forefront of our corporate beliefs are “Talent Assets” and “Social Responsibility.” The combination of business concepts and corporate beliefs create the core of Inventec that encourages us to embrace sustainable operations. Through corporate culture and shaping, we can create the greatest value by enhancing employees’ recognition and understanding of the company, improving work willingness and attitude, and strengthening the company’s competitiveness.
Looking back at our forty-year history, we have built our company up from nothing and overcome many challenges to achieve what we have; this success has been due to all of our employees. In the future, Inventec will have innovative and strategic arrangements under common interest and comprehensive thinking to effectively improve financial management, pay more attention to strategic investments, activate employees’ intellectual power, better manage human resources, pursue continuous and excellent growth, implement social corporate responsibility, protect employees’ rights and interests, promote environmental protection, and be dedicated to social welfare and caring for vulnerable groups.