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Lenovo Has Stock & Is Looking For New Business

Chinese PC giant Lenovo claim that they have stock, can deliver tomorrow and are looking to seduce, small and mid sized businesses as well as Dell, Acer and HP resellers to switch partners.

Lenovo who are the #1 PC Company in the world are looking to expand their enterprise and data centre offering claiming at a lot of partners to big PC Companies are currently “struggling to get supply”.

To help business they have rolled out a program called ‘Lenovo Top Choice’ which is configured and priced for small and mid-sized businesses.

A Lenovo executive running the marketing for the program  claims the new program “reflects, the right price and local in country stock availability for immediate delivery”.

“we are in a position to deliver whereas some brands are struggling to deliver for their partners”.

Last week Lenovo was fighting with the Chinese Communisty Government who blocked a major Lenovo share float scheduled for the 8th of October in China. The Company was hoping to raise $2.1 Billion to invest in new data centre offerings.

The Lenovo ‘Top Choice portfolio’ is an out-of-the-box data centre solution for SMB clients looking to upgrade or invest in new Lenovo servers, storage, software and services claim Lenovo management.

Executives claims the new program is “A a great way to grow sales while reducing acquisition costs”

The business that aquired IBM’s server and PC business said that their end-to-end supply chain, makes it easy and worthwhile for resellers to switch from their current partner as Lenovo is in a position to “supply” what other brands are struggling to supply.

To access the program go to this link. 

 

 

 

 

 

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