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Lenovo India Forays into end-to-end IT Solution Business

Lenovo India Forays into end-to-end IT Solution Business

Lenovo India is all set to launch end-to-end – IT solutions to enterprises, ET has reported. The announcement was made public on Tuesday. The company said that apart from its existing PC business, it will sell IoT solutions.

According to PTI, a top-level executive of Lenovo India said that the company is shifting from a device company to a device-plus solution company. The current sales team of Lenovo cannot take care of it, he said. Two new people have been hired for the new vertical and will slowly create the team. The company is not looking to seal a hundred deals but want a few installations to test its potential for embarking.

Lenovo has now categorized its business into smart devices, smarter businesses, and smarter devices. New leg and smarter businesses have nothing to do with personal computers. It will offer vertical solutions and under it, the company will offer end-to-end solutions. The approach will be solution-centric, the executive added.

The company is entering into a similar kind of business in countries such as China, the US, Germany, and some parts of Europe.

IDC, a global market research firm said that Lenovo ranked first in the PC market during the April-June period.The company had a 46 percent share, followed by HP (twenty-two percent) and Dell with fourteen percent.

By the end of this year, the company is likely to have a market share of 30 percent.

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