Organizational Layout and Revenue Contribution for Apple, Inc.

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Organizational Chart
An organizational chart, also called an org chart, is a diagram that shows the structure of an organization.  The chart also shows relationships between different divisions in an organization and the ranks of the divisions.


Below is an organizational chart of Apple, Inc. and the revenue generated from the divisions within the company in 2010.

The divisions and their contributions include:
1.  iPhone Related Products – $25,179,000,000
2.  Macintosh Sales – $17,479,000,000
3.  iPod – $8,274,000,000
4.  iPad & Related Products – $4,958,000,000
5.  Other Music Related Products – $4,948,000,000
6.   Software Service – $2,573,000,000
7.  Peripheral & Hardware – $1,814,000,000
Total Revenues for 2010 was $65,225,000,000

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Revenue Contribution

The organizational chart above showed the revenue contributions for each segment of Apple, Inc.  Below is a pie chart of the same information, but shown as a percentage of Apple’s total revenue for 2010.

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Source: Disclosure from LexisNexis

As you can see from the graph, iPhone Related Products (38.6%) and Macintosh Sales (26.8%) make up the majority of revenue generated for Apple, Inc.

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