Dell Small Business in the News
Computer manufacturer Dell has announced that it plans to double the size of it's data center and technology service business over three years. The company hopes to shift staff, increase sales incentives and purchase other companies, according to Business Week.
The announcement came at the company's annual analyst meeting in Austin, Texas. Executives at the event said the Dell's enterprise business may reach $30 billion by the fiscal year 2014. Additionally, the company expects 2011 operating income to rise a possible 23 percent this year. Revenue may jump 19 percent, which is indicative of the company's turnaround efforts.
Last year, Dell purchased Perot Systems Corporation for $3.6 billion to expand into computing services, and took over storage maker EqualLogic Incorporated, according to the news source.
As part of the overhaul, the company will lessen its dependence on PCs, and begin utilizing smartphones and releasing a tablet computer. It will also acquire more vendors that focus in data centers and business computing.
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