Dell has posted record financials for Q2. Dell claimed a revenue of $11.7 billion, up 20% from the same time last year and a new record. Earnings per share was $0.31, 29% higher than Q2 last year and also another record. Dell credited its strong sales in enterprise systems and overseas markets for its bullish financial report.
"We start with the marketplace advantage of a more efficient, more customer-focused way of doing business," said Kevin Rollins, Dell's chief executive officer. "And our global team is consistently disciplined in applying that business model."So Dell did well. Dell is projecting that its Q3 financials will continue this upward trend, as well.
"Like our shareholders, our expectation is for volume and share growth along with solid profitability. Those objectives aren't mutually exclusive."
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