End-To-End Innovation Engine
Dell Technologies in its second fiscal quarter 2022 delivered its best quarter despite the unpredictable environment surrounding the IT industry, said Jeff Clarke, vice chairman and co-COO of the Round Rock, Texas-based IT giant.
“That’s because whether we are reopening or reclosing, eating in restaurants or ordering out, returning to the office or staying at home, the one constant has been an unprecedented demand for technology,“ he said. “Another constant has been our ability to execute against our stated strategy and deliver consistent performance no matter the market dynamic.”
Dell has leadership positions in large, stable and expanding markets with strong underlying fundamentals, Clarke said. That let Dell to report record revenue and record earnings per share during the second fiscal quarter 2022, he said.
Dell has durable competitive advantages that help it in its core and adjacent markets, Clarke said. Advantages that helped drive Dell’s second-quarter growth include its end-to-end innovation engine, particularly in software, he said.
“[It is] based on our unparalleled market reach and ability to see across a customer’s full set of IT needs,” he said. “These include management and orchestration, embedded intelligence, automation, predictive analytics, proactive support, telemetry and intrinsic security.”
Here are five key takeaways from the company’s second fiscal quarter 2022.