Dell Realized 27% CAGR In Greater China Over Past Ten YearsDecember 7, 2012 | Print | Comments | Category: Business, Computing, Gadgets & Electronics
Yang Chao, president for Dell Greater China said that over the past ten years, Dell's compound annual growth rate reached 27% in the Chinese market.
Over the past 15 years, the company's businesses covered about 2,200 cities in the country, with annual procurement of USD25 billion. At the same time, the company invested 1% of its pre-taxes earning in charities. From 2009 to 2012, its total investment reached CNY23 million.
In regards to global strategy, Karen H. Quintos, chief marketing officer of Dell, revealed at a recent company summit in Beijing that Dell will be customer-oriented and provide solutions to establish its end-to-end capacity. Focusing on the terminal market, the company delivers scalable solutions, covering server, network and storage, service and cloud, end-user computing, and software.
Quintos also said that Dell will continue to expand its owned-core businesses and to add new abilities via related acquisitions and strategic acquisitions. In 2012, Dell apparently implemented 17 acquisitions around the world.
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