Swot Analysis Of Microsoft

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Microsoft Page 1 Microsoft Corporation Strategic Analysis Report (2013-2014) Chinmay Chauhan
2. Microsoft Page 2 Company Overview and History to see Microsoft on each desktop PC, with a vision Harvard drop-out began in 1975. Today Microsoft dominates the world and is a leader in multiple industries. Microsoft Fortune 100 list and is located in resources, alliances, global operations, customers and critics gathered an impressive portfolio. Mission "Our vision is to create innovative technology accessible to all and adapted to each person 's needs. Accessible technology eliminates barriers for people with disabilities and enables individuals to take full advantage of their capabilities." Bill Gates, Chairman, Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Corporation,
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Since the 1990s, it is the most profitable IT companies worldwide. This is 93,000 employees. Supported by partnerships with IBM, Microsoft becoming the second Windows, MS-DOS in the mid-1980s with the first home computer operating system dominates the market. Microsoft also has a TV with cable network MSNBC cable television and Internet access MSN internet portal. The company also computer hardware as well as the Xbox, which markets home entertainment products, including Xbox 360, the company 's public offering of shares (IPO) in 1986; Following the rise of the stock price of the company it has made four billionaires and 12,000 millionaires of Microsoft employees. This report will make recommendations for the future of Microsoft 's business strategy in the enterprise software industry through close several analysis tools
3. Microsoft Page 3 Environmental Analysis (SWOT analysis) Strengths Weaknesses Opportunities Threats Strengths  Brand loyalty and reputation. Over the years, Microsoft PC operating system for results has been the leading
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5. Microsoft Page 5  Threats intense competition in the software product. Microsoft so far as to both rivals such as Google and Apple have already established position in the PC and the mobile market is more pressure to promote successful OS.  changing consumer habits. Clients include Microsoft, with only a modest market share in smart phones and tablet markets, buy buying laptops and PCs independent shift and never establish itself.  Open source projects. Many new open source projects, such as coming to the market and some new Linux and Open Source Office, was quite successful. Free and open source projects can become so expensive alternative to Microsoft products.  potential lawsuits. Microsoft has already many times and quite a few large-scale trial proceedings were discontinued. They are expensive litigation that requires time and money. Microsoft more or less the same way as they continue to work, is highly likely to come more
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