Memorandum: Dell Business Risk Evaluation
Dell Inc., with fiscal 2005 net revenue of $49.2 billion, is a premier provider of products and services worldwide that enable customers to build their information-technology and Internet infrastructures. Dell offers a broad range of enterprise systems (servers, storage, workstations, and networking products), client systems (notebook and desktop computer systems), printing and imaging systems, software and peripherals, and global services. During calendar 2004, Dell was the number one supplier of personal computer systems worldwide as well as in the United States. Dell's global market leadership is the result of a persistent focus on delivering the best possible customer experience by selling products and services directly to customers. Dell, a Delaware corporation, was founded in 1984 by Michael Dell on a simple concept: by selling computer systems directly to customers, Dell could best understand their needs and efficiently provide the most effective computing solutions to meet those needs. Dell is based in Round Rock, Texas, and conducts operations worldwide through its subsidiaries. Unless otherwise specified, references to Dell include its consolidated subsidiaries. Dell operates principally in one industry and is managed in three geographic segments: the Americas, Europe, and Asia Pacific-Japan regions. Dell recorded these numbers selected numbers on 2006 10-k.
$55,908 million for fiscal year ended 2/03/2006 Net income
$3,572 million for fiscal year ended 2/03/2006 Cash flow from operating activities- $4,839 million for fiscal year ended 2/03/2006 Total assets
$23,109 million for fiscal year ended 2/03/2006 Number of employees- As of 02/03/2006 Dell had approximately 65,200 regular employees...
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