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Dell announced this week the addition of new solutions aimed at building future-ready enterprises and workforce. From PCs and thin clients to servers, storage and networking products, Dell’s solutions equip businesses with the agility and resilience to keep up with a dynamic marketplace and define the future of the connected workforce.
Local companies are seeking innovative technologies to remain competitive and boost their productivity rates. The growth of e-commerce and digital services in Sri Lanka have transformed the business landscape in the market, prompting more enterprises to adopt solutions that can enable their business to remain robust and meet the needs of current and future market demands.
This is made possible with the adoption of technologies that enable higher work productivity and better service. In this context, it is imperative that businesses become prepared to ensure the technologies they implement work together for current IT needs and are flexible to adapt and scale for business growth. These have to be simplified and standardized solutions capable of adapting to change. Dell is supporting the Sri Lankan business environment with its suite of future-ready solutions.
At a media briefing held at the Cinnamon Grand in Colombo on Tuesday, Dell General Manager for South Asia Developing Markets Harjeet Singh said that corporates are moving into cloud based accounting and financial analysis while big data being huge, companies are managing them. Everything is going mobile and there is huge value for data of any organisation more than the smart devices in use.
Dell Global Country Manager for Sri Lanka and Maldives, Roshan Nugawela said, “The ICT industry developments in Sri Lanka in recent years have been impressive, though more can be done to bridge the digital divide in the market. As more organizations look into modernizing and transforming their IT infrastructures, Dell will continue to deliver a best-in-class customer experience. Dell has also invested in research and development and through our ability to pursue a long-term strategy with 100 per cent customer focus, Dell increasingly stands alone as the provider of end-to-end solutions that matter most to customers.”
Indika de Zoysa, Intel Sri Lanka Country Business Manager said that Intel, in teaming up with Dell, will bring its advanced performance driven processors into Dell’s server, networking and storage solutions, driving the company’s goal to serve a dynamic marketplace and a connected workforce with the help of future-ready enterprise solutions. (RM)