Synaptics' CEO Hosts Analyst & Investor Meeting Conference (Transcript)

Synaptics Incorporated (SYNA)

Analyst & Investor Meeting Conference Call

August 07, 2012, 12:00 pm ET

Executives

Rick Bergman - President & CEO

Mark Vena - SVP, PC Products

Kevin Barber - SVP & General Manager, Handheld Division

Fred Caldwell - Manager

Tim Bajarin - President, Creative Strategies

Stan Swearingen - SVP, Research and Development

Kathy Bayless - SVP & CFO

Analysts

Pat Moorhead - Moor Insights and Strategy

Presentation

Unidentified Company Representative

Good morning. I would like to welcome you on behalf of the executive staff to Synaptics’ first ever Analyst Day event. It’s really an exciting occasion for us. You know we sat there and thought about all the pretty things that we are doing within the company and when you attend just the standard earnings call, there's a lot of stuff that you don't get to pick up and this event is here to share with you some of those key insights. It’s all centered around the innovation engine that really makes Synaptics unique and different.

So what we have today on the agenda is a schedule that looks like this, representatives from all our key executives representing the divisions that you see and the Mobile Group and also the R&D Group.

The other piece of this act of the thought is really important, it’s something that you can't get over a phone conversation and that's getting your hands on the products. And so the other piece here at the end of the morning is a session where we’ve brought in all our key products expertise and really set-up all the activities that you can actually touch and feel these products and ask some detailed questions once you see it.

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