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  • 1. PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT
  • 2. SPECIAL THANKS TO MADHURA MISS
  • 3. GROUP MEMBERS
    ANKIT KANOJIYA
    BHAVESH SHARMA
    BHAVEEN BHANUSHALI
    SUDHIR CHAUDHARY
    MAHENDRA SAHANI
    ANKITKUMAR PANDEY
  • 4. DELL INC.
  • 5. introduction
    Dell Inc. - an American MNC Information Technology corporation based in Texas, USA.
    Founded by - Michael Dell on November 4, 1984.
    Products - Desktops, Servers, Notebooks, Netbooks, Peripherals, Printers, Televisions, Scanners, Storage, Smart Phones etc.
    Its products are sold Worldwide.
    It was ranked 41st by Fortune-500 list in 2010.
  • 6. Dell employees
  • 7. revenue
  • 8. HISTORY
  • 9. Turbo pc
  • 10. DELL FACILITIES
    Dell is headquartered in Round Rock, Texas.
  • 11.
    • United States - Austin, Texas, Nashua, New Hampshire; Nashville, Tennessee; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; Peoria, Illinois; Winston-Salem, North Carolina; Eden Prairie, Minnesota and Miami, Florida.
    • 12. Global - Penang, Malaysia; Xiamen, China; Bracknell, UK; Manila, Philippines; Bangalore, India; Hortolandia, Brazil; Łódź, Poland and Limerick, Ireland.
    • 13. The US and India are the only countries which have all of Dell's business functions and provide support globally.
  • Indian facility
  • 14. PRODUCTS
    • Dell's Peripherals class includes USB key drives, LCD televisions, and printers; Dell monitors include LCD TVs, plasma TVs and projectors for HDTV and monitors. Dell Ultra Sharp is further a high-end brand of monitors.
    • 15. OptiPlex (office desktop computer systems)
    • 16. Vostro (office/small business desktop and notebook systems)
    • 17. n Series (desktop and notebook computers shipped with Linux or FreeDOS installed)
    • 18. Latitude (business-focused notebook
    • Dell's Home Office/Consumer class emphasizes value, performance, and expandability. These brands include:
    • 19. Inspiron (budget desktop and notebook computers)
    • 20. Studio (mainstream desktop and laptop computers)
    • 21. XPS (high-end desktop and notebook computers)
    • 22. Alien ware (high-performance gaming systems)
    • 23. Adamo (high-end luxury laptop)
  • 24. xps
  • 25. vostro
  • 26. OptiPlex
  • 27. studio
  • 28. inspiron
  • 29. latitude
  • 30. Alienware
  • 31. adamo
  • 32. Dell notebook
  • 33. Dell chargers
  • 34. manufacturing
    Just-in-time manufacturing
    Manufacturing process
    No mass production
  • 35. MARKETING
    • Advertisements in television, the Internet, magazines, catalogs and newspapers.
    • 36. A Popular Phrase "Dude, you're gettin' a Dell!“ was used to market it’s Products.
    • 37. In 2007, Dell began using the slogan "Yours is here" to say that it customizes computers to fit customers' requirements.
    • 38. Retail stores
  • Retail stores
  • 39. advertisements
  • 40. strategies
    Dell Kiosk
    Lowering prices
    Offering free bonus products
    Offering free shipping
  • 41. Dell ki0sks
  • 42. MARKET COMPETITION
    Major competitors include Hewlett-Packard (HP), Acer, Toshiba, HCL, Sony, Lenovo, IBM, Samsung, Apple.
    In 2006, Dell had between 18% and 19% share of the worldwide personal computer market, compared to HP with roughly 15%.
    Dell had major chunk in Netbooks Market in Asia-Pacific region (95%).
  • 43. Major competitors
  • 44.
  • 45.
  • 46. dell’s core strategies
    Michael's business philosophies sampling of some of these key ideas includes:
    • Hiring ahead of the curve
    • 47. Segmenting the CEO
    • 48. Building a company of owners
    • 49. Staying allergic to hierarchy
  • Developing products from the customer's viewpoint
    Targeting a customer of one
    Flipping the demand/supply equation
    Mobilizing people around a single business goal
  • 50. Environmental records
    Dell committed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
    Elimination of toxic polyvinyl chloride and brominated flame retardants.
    First products completely free of PVC and BFRs with the G-Series monitors.
    On June 5, 2007 Dell set a goal of becoming the greenest technology company on Earth.
  • 51.
  • 52. weakness
    In 2005, complaints about Dell more than doubled to 1,533, after earnings grew 52% that year.
    Dell acknowledged that it had problems with customer service.
    Loose grip over Europe and Asian countries.
  • 53. MICHAEL DELL (CHILDHOOD STORY) 
    Most people don’t know that one the key marketing strategies that have made Dell Computer so unbelievably successful had nothing to do with the computer business. Dell actually discovered it as a 12-year old kid in Houston.
  • 54.
  • 55. Dell ( then and now)
    DISTRIBUTION
    INNOVATION
    MANAGEMENT
  • 56. Board of directors.
    Michael Miles, Alex Mandl, William Gray, Judy Lewent, Alan Lafley, Sallie Krawcheck, Thomas Luce, Klaus Luft, Gerard Kleisterlee, Ross Perot, James Breyer, Shantanu Narayan, Donald Carty, Samuel Nunn,
    CFO- Brian Gladden.
  • 57. conclusion
    Dell has established market in the world.
    Gain supremacy over competitor through quality and service.
    Its has innovative strategy which help to gain over his rivals
    Prone to loose against local competitor
    Still has to established in Europe and middle Asian countries