Dell's Marketing Strategy

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Company Overview
Dell is among the world's leading computer manufacturers that has transformed and diversified into variety of business segments over the years. Products range from Dell PowerEdge servers, Power Vault, Dell EMC storage systems as well as PowerConnect switches for corporate clients. For individuals and professional customers products range from Dell Precision workstations, OptiPlex desktops, Dimension desktops, Inspiron and Latitude notebooks. Apart from these core products, the company also offer products and services range including printers, projectors, Axim handhelds, and other accessories. More recently, the company has announced intentions to explore LCD television/computer monitors as well as digital music players
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Opportunities: Having established an integrative and virtual network, Dell has been able to achieve the high level of corporate outcome that challenged most of the industry leaders. The established value web corporate model have also allow Dell to have global wide access to customers and market. Reaching any niche market in any continent is therefore not a problem for Dell's marketers.
Threats: However, due to the integration of components in Dell's organization structure, Dell compete not only compete at the final product level but also at the suppliers level. Third party software and software for example have great competition for price and product categorization which could eventually affect Dell's position in the market.

Marketing Strategy
Product: Dell's unique approach to manufacturing separates the different processes so that Dell is not reliant on singular production or supplier's chain for equipment production. Though there is no segregation of the different products and services but nevertheless in separating the components enabled it to target the customers based on the regions in which the products are manufactured. By assingning each regionalized production center particular component for production not only have diversified the risk of concentration of labor and production costs but also depending on particular infrastructure.

Price: For the above reason Dell's product pricing

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