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Franklin Electronic Publishers, Incorporated and its wholly owned subsidiaries engage in the design, development, publishing, and distribution of electronic information on handheld devices, memory media cards, and via Internet downloads. It offers electronic reference books on handheld devices, which are battery-powered platforms with screen displays that incorporate the text of a reference work, such as a dictionary. The company owns or has licenses to publish approximately 100 core reference titles, including monolingual and bilingual dictionaries, the Holy Bible, encyclopedias, entertainment-oriented publications, and educational and medical publications in electronic format. In addition, the company owns or has licenses to distribute in electronic format either directly or through third parties, approximately 20,000 titles, including reference works and general literature, via Internet download. Franklin Electronic also design linguistic solutions software that perform spelling error detection and correction, hyphenation correction and thesaurus, and dictionary functions in conjunction with databases of words in 36 languages and dialects. The company distributes its products through retail outlets in approximately 50 countries and through the Internet and catalog mailings direct to customers. It also uses direct channels to serve specialty markets, such as the professional, educational, and customized application markets. Franklin Electronic was formed in 1981 and is headquartered in Burlington, New Jersey.


VeriFone Holdings, Inc. engages in the design and marketing of system solutions for electronic payment transactions and value-added services at point of sale. Its system solutions include point of sale electronic payment devices, security and encryption software, and certified payment software, as well as third party applications. The company's solutions process various payment types, including signature and PIN-based debit cards, credit cards, contactless/radio frequency identification or radio frequency identification, cards, smart cards, prepaid gift and other stored-value cards, electronic bill payment, check authorization and conversion, signature capture, and electronic benefits transfer. It also provides point-of-sale receipt printers, pin pads, and check readers, as well as multi application products. In addition, the company offers client services, such as new product deployment and related support; professional services, including product customization; and technical support, which include online technical support resources access. It serves financial institutions, payment processors, petroleum companies, retailers, government organizations, healthcare companies, and independent sales organizations in North America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia/Pacific, and Latin America. The company was incorporated in 1981 and is based in San Jose, California.


LSI Industries, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of lighting fixtures, graphics elements, and digital messaging for both exterior and interior applications primarily in the United States, Canada, and Latin America. It operates in two segments, Lighting and Graphics. The Lighting segment offers exterior lighting, interior lighting, canopy lighting, landscape lighting, lighting light emitting diodes, light poles, lighting analysis, and photometric layouts for the commercial and industrial, as well as multisite retail markets, including the petroleum and convenience store market. The Graphics segment manufactures and sells exterior and interior visual image elements related to graphics and menu board systems. These products are used in visual image programs in various markets, including the petroleum/convenience store market and multisite retail operations. It offers signage and canopy graphics, pump dispenser graphics, building fascia graphics, decals, interior signage and marketing graphics, aisle markets, wall mural graphics, fleet graphics, prototype program graphics, installation services for graphics products, exterior and interior menu board systems, site surveying and permitting, site-specific engineering services, and installation management services. LSI Industries sells its products to quick service and casual restaurants, video rental and eyewear chains, retail chain stores, and automobile dealerships through direct sales force, manufacturers' representatives, and distributors. The company was founded in 1976 and is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio.


Steelcase, Inc. engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of office furniture and complimentary products and services in North America and internationally. Its furniture products include moveable and reconfigurable furniture components used to create individual workstations and work environments; lateral and vertical files, cabinets, bins and shelves, carts, and file pedestals and towers; ergonomic, executive, guest, lounge, team, health care, stackable, and general use chairs; conference, training, personal, and cafe tables; upholstery, wallcovering, drapery, panel fabrics, hand-tufted rugs, architectural panels, shades and screens, and surface imaging products; wood and nonwood desks, credenzas, and casegoods; and computer support, technology management, and information management products, as well as portable whiteboards. In addition, the company provides architecture products, including full and partial height walls and doors with various surface materials, raised floors, and modular post and beam products; and task and accent lighting. Further, Steelcase offers infrastructure products, such as modular communications, and data and power cabling; and group communication tools, such as interactive and static whiteboards, image capturing devices, and Web-based interactive space-scheduling devices. The company, through its subsidiary, Steelcase Financial Services, Inc., provides leasing services and certain financing services. It offers its products for lobby and reception areas, conference rooms, private offices, health care, and learning environments. Steelcase sells its products directly, as well as through independent and company-owned dealers. The company was founded in 1912 as The Metal Office Furniture Company and changed its name to Steelcase, Inc. in 1954. The company is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Michigan.


Coinstar, Inc. operates in the self-service coin-counting services market. It engages in the development, ownership, and operation of the multinational automated network of self-service coin-counting machines. The company offers coin processing services in supermarket chains and other retail locations in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom. It also owns and operates skill-crane machines, bulk vending, kiddie rides, and video games in the United States. In addition, the company offers a range of electronic payment services, such as stored value cards, payroll cards, prepaid MasterCard cards, and prepaid wireless products at point-of-sale terminals, stand-alone e-payment kiosks, and e-payment-enabled coin-counting machines in drugstores, universities, shopping malls, supermarkets, and convenience stores in the United States and the United Kingdom. The company offers its services in approximately 44,000 retail locations. As of December 31, 2004, it owned and operated approximately 12,000 coin-counting machines and 171,000 entertainment services machines. Coinstar was founded in 1991 and is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington.


Xerox Corporation engages in the development, manufacture, marketing, service, and financing of a range of document equipment, software, solutions, and services. Its products include printing and publishing systems, digital multifunction devices, digital copiers, laser and solid ink printers, fax machines, document-management software, and supplies, such as toner, paper, and ink. The company also provides software and solutions that can help businesses print books, create personalized documents for their customers, and scan and route digital information. In addition, it offers a range of comprehensive document management services, such as operating in-house production centers, developing online document repositories, and analyzing how customers can create and share documents in the office. Xerox provides monochrome and color systems for three customer environments: production publishing, transaction printing, and enterprise-wide printing. It also serves global, national, and small to medium sized commercial customers, as well as government, education, and other public sector customers. The company operates in approximately 130 countries and distributes its products in the western Hemisphere through divisions, wholly owned subsidiaries, and third-party distributors. It also distributes its products, through its subsidiary, Xerox Limited and related companies, in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, India, and parts of Asia. The company was founded in 1906 as The Haloid Company and changed its name to Xerox Corporation in 1961. Xerox is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.


PAR Technology Corporation provides management technology solutions, including hardware, software, and professional services to businesses in the hospitality and retail industries. The company operates in two segments, Hospitality and Government. The Hospitality segment offers hardware and software applications used in point-of-sale, back of store, and corporate office applications, as well as in the hotel/resort/spa marketplace. It offers point of sale terminals (POS) and hospitality management software applications that enable customers to configure their hospitality technology systems to meet their order entry, menu, food preparation, delivery, and property management coordination needs. The Government segment develops prototype systems for the Department of Defense and other governmental agencies. It engages in the design, development, and integration of imagery intelligence systems for information archive, retrieval, and processing; research and development of imaging sensors; and development and operation of logistics management systems. It also provides engineering and support services for government information technology and communications facilities; operates and maintains certain U.S. government-owned communication and test sites; and plans, executes, and evaluates experiments involving radar systems. In addition, the Government segment performs water resources modeling; geographic information systems based data management; and geospatial information technology development. PAR Technology also provides installation, integration, implementation, maintenance, financing, and support services. It operates primarily in the United States, Canada, Europe, South Africa, the Middle East, Australia, and Asia. The company was founded by John W. Sammon, Jr. and was incorporated in 1968. PAR Technology is headquartered in New Hartford, New York.


Pitney Bowes, Inc. provides integrated mail and document management solutions for various organizations in the United States and internationally. The company operates through three segments: Global Mailstream Solutions, Global Enterprise Solutions, and Capital Services. The Global Mailstream Solutions segment's products include postage meters, mailing machines, production mail systems sold outside the U.S., address hygiene software, manifest systems, letter and parcel scales, mail openers, mailroom furniture, folders, table-top inserters, paper handling equipment, shipping equipment, software-based shipping and logistics systems, and postal payment solutions. Global Enterprise Solutions segment's products consist of production mail systems, sorting equipment, incoming mail systems, electronic statement, billing and payment solutions, and mailing software. The Capital Services segment provides financing for non Pitney Bowes equipment. The company markets its products and services through a network of offices in the U.S., as well as through subsidiaries, independent distributors, and dealers worldwide. The company was founded by Arthur Pitney and Walter Bowes in 1920. Pitney Bowes is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut.


Diebold, Incorporated engages in the development, manufacture, sale, and service of self-service transaction systems, electronic and physical security systems, software, and various products used to equip bank facilities and electronic voting terminals principally in the United States. The company's products primarily include self-service banking products and automated teller machines, RemoteTeller System, vaults, safe deposit boxes and safes, drive-up banking equipment, and electronic voting systems. Its customers include banks and financial institutions, as well as colleges and universities, public libraries, government agencies, utilities, and various retail outlets. The company sells its systems and equipment directly through its sales force to customers in the United States and through manufacturer's representatives and distributors worldwide. Diebold was founded by Charles Diebold in 1859. The company is headquartered in North Canton, Ohio.


Knoll, Inc. engages in the design and manufacture of branded office furniture products and textiles. The company offers various product categories, including office systems, which are modular and moveable workspaces with functionally integrated panels, work surfaces, desk components, pedestal and other storage units, power and data systems, and lighting. It also provides specialty products comprising high image side chairs, sofas, desks and tables for the office and home, textiles, accessories and leathers, and related products; seating; files and storage; and desks, casegoods, and tables. The company's customers include companies, governmental agencies, and other medium to large sized organizations in various industries, including education, healthcare, and hospitality. Knoll, Inc. was co-founded by Florence Knoll in 1938. The company is headquartered in East Greenville, Pennsylvania.


Herman Miller, Inc. engages in the research, design, manufacture, distribution, and sale of office furniture systems and products, as well as in the provision of related consultancy services. Its product offerings include seating, storage solutions, freestanding furniture, and casegoods. Its products are used in office/institution environments, including offices and related conference, lobby, and lounge areas. These products are also used in general public areas, including transportation terminals; health/science environments, including hospitals and other healthcare facilities; clinical, industrial, and educational laboratories; and residential and other environments. Herman Miller sells its products primarily to independent contract office furniture dealers. It markets its products in the United States, Canada, Latin America, Europe, and the Asia/Pacific region through its direct sales force, its dealer network, independent dealers and retailers, and the Internet. Herman Miller was founded in 1905 as Star Furniture Company and changed its name to Michigan Star Furniture Company in 1909. Further, the name was changed to Herman Miller Furniture Company in 1923 and to Herman Miller, Inc. in 1960. The company is headquartered in Zeeland, Michigan.


The Genlyte Group Incorporated engages in the design, manufacture, marketing, and sale of lighting fixtures, controls, and related products in North America. Its indoor fixtures include incandescent, fluorescent, light emitting diode, and high-intensity discharge (HID) lighting fixtures and lighting controls for commercial, residential, industrial, institutional, medical, entertainment, hospitality, and sports markets. Genlyte Group's outdoor fixtures comprise HID and incandescent lighting fixtures, poles, and accessories for commercial, residential, industrial, institutional, and sports markets. The company sells its products to distributors, electrical wholesalers, mass merchandisers, and national accounts through direct sales personnel and independent sales representatives. Genlyte Group was incorporated in 1985 as a wholly owned subsidiary of Bairnco Corporation and was spun-off in 1988 to become an independent public company. The company is headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.


HNI Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and marketing of office furniture and hearth products. The company provides office furniture in four categories: storage, including vertical files, lateral files, pedestals, and high density filing; seating, which includes task chairs, executive desk chairs, conference/training chairs, and side chairs; office systems, such as modular and moveable workspaces with integrated work surfaces, space dividers, and lighting; and desks and related products, including tables, bookcases, and credenzas. It sells these products principally through dealers, wholesalers, and retail superstores primarily to end-users, and federal and state governments. HNI's hearth products include electric, wood-, pellet-, and gas-burning factory-built fireplaces; fireplace inserts; stoves; gas logs; and accessories. These products are sold through a national system of dealers, wholesalers, large regional contractors, and company-owned distribution and retail outlets. The company operates in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. HNI Corporation was founded in 1944 and is headquartered in Muscatine, Iowa.


Cash Systems, Inc. provides cash access products and related services to the gaming industry in the United States and Caribbean countries. It offers credit/debit card cash advances (CCCA), automatic teller machines (ATMs), and check cashing solutions. The company's CCCA products enable gaming patrons to obtain cash from their credit card, or checking account in the case of debit transactions, through the use of its software and equipment. It also offers various ATM services to casinos and retailers, including vault cash for the operation of ATMs, as well as ATM vault cash, maintenance, and armored car services. The company's check cashing solutions include full service check cashing, check guarantee services, and check verification services. In addition, Cash Systems provides ancillary services, such as online reporting, which enables casinos to monitor player activity and market to gaming patrons. The company provides its cash access services to a combination of commercial and Native American owned casinos, as well as to vendors who themselves contract directly with casinos for such services. Its cash access services are used at approximately 135 gaming locations and 25 retail locations. The company was founded in 1983 and headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada with additional offices in Burnsville, Minnesota; and San Diego, California.


Hypercom Corporation engages in the design, manufacture, and sale of electronic payment solutions worldwide. It offers point-of-sale (POS)/point-of-transaction terminals, peripheral devices, transaction networking devices, network access controllers, and transaction management systems and application software. The company also provides on-site support services, such as installation, training, repair, help desk services, and transaction transport. Hypercom offers its products and services to domestic and international financial institutions, electronic payment processors, large retailers, independent sales organizations, and distributors. The company was founded in 1978 and is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.


Kimball International, Inc. provides wood furniture and cabinets, as well as electronic assemblies for use in various industries worldwide. Its Furniture and Cabinets segment offers furniture for the office and hospitality industries. This segment also provides engineering and manufacturing services on a contract basis to customers in the residential furniture and cabinets, office furniture, and retail infrastructure industries, as well as forest products. Further, the Furniture and Cabinets segment produces other products, such as polyurethane and polyester molded products. The company's Electronic Contract Assemblies segment provides engineering and manufacturing services, which utilize common production and support capabilities, to various industries worldwide. This segment principally sells electronics and electro-mechanical products to customers in the transportation, industrial controls, and medical industries. Kimball International has production facilities located in the United States, Mexico, Thailand, and Poland. The company markets its products through salespersons and independent manufacturers' representatives. Kimball International was founded in 1856 and is headquartered in Jasper, Indiana.


Optimal Group, Inc., through its wholly owned subsidiaries, operates as a payments and services company in North America and the United Kingdom. The company provides technology and services that businesses require to accept credit card, electronic check, and direct debit payments. It processes credit card, electronic check, and direct debit payments for Internet businesses, mail-order/telephone-order, and retail point-of-sale merchants. In addition, the company offers hardware maintenance and repair outsourcing services to retail, financial services, and other third-party accounts. Optimal Group, formerly known as Optimal Robotics Corp., was formed in 1984 and changed its name to Optimal Group, Inc. in 2004. The company is headquartered in Montreal, Canada. Optimal Group, Inc. acquired a portfolio of merchant processing from United Bank Card, Inc. in May 2005.