Case Analysis Of Dell

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Introduction to Dell Dell is a global information technology company that conducts its business throughout the world through its subsidiaries. Dell operates in four parts: End-User Computing Group (EUC), Enterprise Solutions Group (ESG), Dell Services and Dell Software Group. EUC understands customers demand and point of view. They develop end to end solutions for companies to deploy virtual desktop, making of software, hardware, pulling together peripherals and developing products. Dell ESG provides a server designed for complex enterprise application such as Dell’s PowerEdge R930 server. With Dell’s fastest, 4-socket, 4U server coupled with massive memory footprint and unparalleled internal storage scalability, the R930 server will provide…show more content…
It also helps protect and prevent security breaches for their software and cloud server. With countless team of experts in different IT related field, there will not be a problem that Dell cannot solve. Beit in application modernization, support services, business process outsourcing, digital business services, deployment services, financial and leasing, information security services, IT consultation services, managed services or IT professional and end-user training, Dell has it all covered. With different teams of experts ready to solve the most difficult of problems with the latest and intuitive technological systems at their dispose. With systems that can predict problems and inform the user even before the problem post a threat to the user’s data and privacy. Users will feel safer and more secured with Dell services being their third…show more content…
In 1985, the first Dell computer was made where the CEO and founder Michael S. Dell built his own computer and sold it to his classmates. They adopted a new core business model. By using a built to order model. Dell went public in 1988 and it was renamed Dell Computer Corporation. Dell launched its first laptop in 1989. The first 8 years grew 80% per year. In the next 6 years, it grew 60% per year. During 1999 and 2000, it was the number 1 worldwide computer systems provider, number 1 in pcs in the US and number 1 in US X86 server shipments. Dell was in fortune magazine for the top 500 most admire companies in the world. In 2009 dell acquires Perot. And Dell services was launched. In 2010 Dell’s new brand launches and begins acquiring key IP such as ocarina networks, exanet and many more. It acquired 20 companies over the past 4 years- a $13b investment and was named one of the greenest companies worldwide in 2011. And Dell began opening data solution centers worldwide. Dell became a private company on October 29, 2013. A director of Dell’s EUC said: “Everyone’s goals is to Drive and develop great product
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