Global Strategy: Dell Computers Case Study by Quality Writers

Global Strategy: Dell Computers
A case study analysis of Dell Computers' global strategy and market expansion considerations.
# 102370 | 1,325 words | 2 sources | APA | 2008 | US

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This paper illustrates the various aspects of the global economy that lead an industry competitor such as Dell Computers to utilize the comparative advantages of global markets to enhance their own competitive advantages. It begins by examining computer industry as a whole and then discusses Dell Computers in terms of its competitive position and its relative strengths and weaknesses.

Industry Climate
Managerial & Competitive Strategies
Conference Activity

From the Paper:

"NTT Corporation is Japan's largest telecommunications provider. Among its list of services is telephone, cellular, ISDN services, and multimedia and data communications services. NTT is better equipped to integrate data services across its network of wireless customers because this has been a focus of its corporate strategy for sometime. NTT Corporation reported more than $97b but this figure was an overall decrease from the previous year of 0.6% (Global, 2006). How NTT Corporation manages its expansion across the Asia-Pacific rim may very well determine its future competitiveness on the global markets where there is a significant demand for its data capabilities across wireless networks."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Global Telecoms and Technology. (2006). Industry Briefing, Economist Intelligence Unit.
  • Tan, J. & Young, M. (2003). Dell Computer Corporation: Investment in Malaysia as a global strategic tool. Richard Ivey School of Business, The University of Western Ontario.

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