2016 Annual Report to Customers

A Message from Michael & Leadership

From devices to data to cloud, Dell is positioned to be a technology leader well into the future.

Business
Update

Tom Sweet, CFO

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Customer
Inspired
Innovations

Karen Quintos, CMO

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Innovating Together

The roster of clients we’ve been fortunate enough to work with has greatly influenced our approach to innovation. Their success is our chief concern and drives everything we do. It is with great pleasure that we draw attention to them here.

Dell Women’s Entrepreneur Network: Talia Mashiach

Honda

Entrepreneurs UNite

Dell received 45 awards at the annual Computer Electronics Show (CES) – a leader in the industry.

ELM Energy Group

Tippett Studio

Translational Genomics Research Institute

D-Rev

Dell Security blocked 2.17 trillion IPS attacks in 2015.

Technicolor

CSD&PT

Siemens

Customer Spotlight

At Dell, we take great pride in the relationships we build with our customers. For it is only through building close partnerships that we are able to remove barriers, advance technologies and create entirely new business models.

San Diego Supercomputing Center

Dell serves over 10 million small to medium businesses.

European Gravitational Observatory

GE Healthcare

Williams F1 Racing

Alliance

Winslow

Every G20 government is served by Dell.

CERN

Dell technology has powered five of the last six Academy Award-winning films for Best Visual Effects.

Royal Opera House

New Belgium Brewing

United Nations Foundation

University of Cambridge

Nissan

Legacy of Good

At Dell, we’re building a Legacy of Good by putting our technology and expertise to work where it can do the most good for people and the planet.

Youth Learning

Energy efficiency

Sustainably-sourced packaging

Innovating the supply chain

Circular economy

Dell buys 41% of its electricity from renewable sources, like wind and solar power.

Team member volunteering

Pediatric cancer care

By the Numbers

It is one thing to say that customer relationships have been successful and quite another to see the cold, hard numbers behind those efforts. In this section, we lay out the measurable results clients achieved in 2015.

Dell.com is the largest technology marketplace in the world, logging 500 million eCommerce visits annually or 1,400,000 per day.

500million ecommerce
visits annually.

Dell is No. 1 in the U.S. for PCs.

Dell technology is used by 400,000 physicians and thousands of hospitals.

Dell products are featured in more than 60,000 retail locations around the world.

Dell is a technology partner to 98 percent of global Fortune 500 companies.

98%of global Fortune 500
companies are tech partners.

No. 1 supplier of total storage capacity shipped worldwide.

More than 295,000 classrooms and millions of students served around the world.

Dell has collected more than 1.6 billion pounds of e-waste globally since 2007. That’s 80% of the way to our Legacy of Good goal of recovering 2 billion pounds by 2020.

1.6Bpounds of e-waste has
been collected by Dell.

Dell Security blocked 2.17 trillion IPS attacks in 2015.

Dell technology has powered five of the last six Academy Award-winning films for Best Visual Effects, inc. “Inception” “Hugo” “Gravity” “Interstellar” and “Ex-Machina”.

167,000 channel partners globally work with Dell.

Dell serves over 10 million small to medium businesses.

Dell serves more than 1 billion people in the cloud.

1Bpeople are served
by Dell's cloud.

Every G20 government is served by Dell.

Dell serves all of the top 10 global airlines.

Dell SecureWorks operates five Counter Threat Operations centers processing up to 160 billion cyber events daily.

160Bcyber attacks are processed
by Dell Secureworks daily.

Dell received 45 awards at the annual Computer Electronics Show (CES) – a leader in the industry.

Dell serves all of the top 12 commercial banks in the world.

12top commercial banks in
the world work with Dell.