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The following is an analysis of Dell, Inc. This is a company within the technology sector that services and sells computer components. Dell services customer's world wide. This analysis is current as of 2004 and focuses on Dell's China market.
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Introduction

Dell has successfully entered the Chinese marketplace and holds 7% of the market. Dell is forth in sales in China followed closely by IBM and Hewlett-Packard. Dell lags behind Legend, Founder, and Tongfang. Dell's greatest challenge has been competition from local venders who can market a product at a fairly low price.
Corporate governance consists of a board of directors. The board has several committees with a different board member chairing each. "The Board of Directors is responsible for oversight of and supervision of the overall affairs of the company" (Dell, 2007). Dell's Asia Pacific Region President is Bill Amelio and Kevin Rollins is the CEO.
The Dell Executive Leadership Team is chaired by Michael Dell. Mr. Dell founded the company in 1984 with $1000 and big ideas. He leads a team of 13 other highly qualified executives that share the same goals and objectives for Dell. Mr. Dell and his team have been exceedingly successful building the company and expanding its business to the global marketplace. Dell's leadership has made it a competitor in the Chinese market.
The market for computer products and services in China is very competitive. With the large increase in ownership of computers has come an increased usage of the internet. As China moves to withdraw tariffs on computer products the demand for these products will rise. ...
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