Dell Technologies said India brought quantum growth to the company globally in the fiscal year ending February 2022.
The company’s business in the country grew 64% year over year in fiscal 2022, while Asia Pacific and Japan (APJ) region revenue grew 34% year over year.
Amit Midha | Photo credit: SOMASHEKARA GRN
Dell saw 61% growth in India alone in the fourth quarter, according to data the company shared Peppystores On Monday.
Amit Midha, President, Asia-Pacific & Japan, Global Digital Cities, Dell Technologies, said APJ, a region that also includes India, plays a very large role in the company’s global operations.
The region delivered record year-over-year growth of 34% in orders revenue, and all regions in APJ grew year-over-year in revenue, he said.
Dell’s Infrastructure Solutions Group’s annual revenue increased 21% year over year. With the growing hybrid work dynamic in the region, revenue from the company’s Client Solutions Group grew 45% year over year. According to the company, the region also saw strong demand for notebooks and desktops.
“All of this demonstrates significant confidence in our strategy, our technology products, our relationships and the way we do business,” added Mr. Midha.
Chuck Whitten, co-chief operating officer, said in a news conference that fiscal 22 was a historic year for Dell Technologies.
“We hit over $100 billion in revenue and grew 17%. For a company of our size, this is tremendous growth and underscores how we are occupying the technology ecosystem,” said Mr. Whitten.
The PC, Dell Technologies said, has become a symbol of its commitment to technology as the device has now emerged as the gateway to the employee experience in a hybrid work environment.