Dallas, Texas 08/29/2013 (Financialstrend) – As per latest reports, around 1,000 staff members of American multinational Dell Inc. (NASDAQ:DELL) may lose their jobs in the country by the coming 6 month period as the Texas-based PC hardware, software and services source proposes a noteworthy rightsizing exercise for its global services biz here.
Sources added that the tech giant is making plans to close down its international services processes in Mohali that has around 1,300 people. When met, a Dell representative stated the firm does not remark on hearsays or conjecture.
Dell’s Mohali centre for global services was introduced in the year 2005 and offers services such as consumer technology back up and client care for the US. Dell International Services is the support and services section of the company and has businesses in zones comprising Latin America, India, Africa, Europe in addition to the Philippines.
Sources also stated that top level directors at Dell International Services have also been asked to quit the firm. Dell International Services has around 10,000 people in the Indian market, and possesses offices in the cities comprising Bangalore, Hyderabad, Gurgaon and Mohali.
“These job cuttings could be a part of the international rightsizing attempts at Dell,” a source added up.
The PC manufacturer, embroiled in a bitter takeover battle between its originator chief executive officer Michael Dell and investor Carl Icahn, finds itself in a tough spot internationally as PC sales nose-dive.
Declaring its financial year 2014 second quarter financial outcomes during the last week, Dell registered a 72% decline in its net income.
Dell rolls out new cloud and virtualization solutions
The company has declared a novel variety of cloud and virtualization solutions. These comprise data centre in addition to cloud customer computing solutions based on the firm’s affiliation with VMWare.
“Clients are in the driver’s seat when it comes to procuring cloud and virtualization keys and the company is on course with its novel offerings as the firm is both groundbreaking and partnering to provide clients precisely the solutions, which will best fit their biz requirements,” stated Wayne Pauley, leading analyst at the Enterprise Strategy Group (ESG).