Dell will be facing a new set of challenges this week as it seeks to break into the markets with its latest acquisition.
The Dell deal to buy HP has seen some big questions raised by analysts and investors.
Will it be enough to help the company turn a profit in the coming quarters?
Will it boost sales, as the company has been hoping to do?
And what will it mean for consumers who are already in the Dell store, which has become a big draw?
For Dell, its most obvious concern will be how it will sell the $1.9 billion deal to HP, a company that has been in the spotlight for years.
The deal could be a significant distraction from its business of supplying servers and other devices to companies like Microsoft, Amazon and Google.
As well as being a buyer of HP’s products, Dell will also be buying Hewlett Packard Enterprise, the parent company of the company’s servers.
This is the third time Dell has bought HP, and the first time it has done so for more than $1 billion.
But, analysts and fund managers are sceptical of Dell’s chances of making a profit.
They fear the deal will only serve to fuel investor anger about the company, and to make the company less attractive to prospective customers.
Dell’s sales have suffered in recent years as its products have become more expensive, and some analysts have suggested the company might be overvalued.
However, the company did manage to post a profit of $2.8 billion in its fiscal fourth quarter, despite having lost $2 billion of revenue.
In its earnings call this week, Dell said the deal would bring the combined company to profitability by 2020.
However the deal also poses questions about whether Dell can keep its customers.
While Dell is known for having great customer service and good support, many of its customers have complained about the quality of their hardware.
And the company says it will work to improve its customer support and software, but the question is: Will the company really be able to keep up with demand for its products?
This is a complex issue that Dell’s board is now trying to work through.
It will take a decision by the end of the week.
As the deal approaches, analysts are predicting that Dell will have to deal with the following issues:Why has the company gone so long without an IPO?
Dell is the largest technology company in the world, but it has struggled to get people to buy its products, despite making them so expensive.
The problem is not that Dell is not profitable, but that it does not have enough revenue to meet its expenses.
In the fiscal year that ended in June, Dell’s profit fell from $1,827 million to $1-1.1 billion, according to Thomson Reuters.
This was mainly due to a drop in revenue from the sales of its server products.
The company also faced an influx of customers who wanted to use its software to run software services on their computers, which were costing the company money.
Dovid Vahajani, chief executive of Dell, said the company had to find ways to make sure its products were available at a reasonable price to consumers.
“This is something that we’ve been talking about for a while.
Dell is going to have to make adjustments, but we will continue to improve and get better at this,” he said.
Dynatron, the technology company that made Dell’s servers, has been criticised for being too big for the market, and Dell has struggled in recent quarters.
In October, Dell announced it would stop producing its products in China, a move it said was to try to get more customers to use the company instead.
Dillon has also been criticised by investors and analysts for its handling of its troubled cloud business.
Investors have criticised the company for not doing enough to reduce the losses incurred by its cloud business, which lost $1bn in the last quarter of 2016.
This includes losses from its failed cloud storage business, where Dell was accused of being too slow in dealing with the loss.
Dwell says it is committed to helping Dell reach its long-term revenue goals, and will be working with Dell to make that happen.
“We believe the acquisition of HP is an important step forward for Dell in its journey towards becoming a global leader in the enterprise computing market,” the company said in a statement.