Dell exists to deliver technology solutions that enable people everywhere to grow, thrive and reach their full potential. What matters most about Dell is not what they know about technology, but what technology enables customers to do.
The Dell Difference: giving individuals and organizations the power to do more.
In order for Dell to achieve their purpose, they execute on the strategy of being "the leading provider of end-to-end scalable solutions." What differentiates the Dell strategy from others is that they choose to execute through these principles: "Standards-based, open product design," "Innovative, enterprise-wide solutions," and "Collaborative, customer-first approach."
The end result:
Dell offers a comprehensive, enterprise-wide portfolio of solutions - including hardware, software, and services. Customers can rely on Dell and Insight Public Sector for a broad range of capabilities. Dell has moved beyond PCs and well into the data center, addressing challenges across the full IT ecosystem.
Dell's differentiated approach (to eliminate unnecessary cost and complexity everywhere) combined with the Dell design philosophy (to deliver a superior total ownership experience across the full technology lifecycle) enables customers solve complex challenges-with highly capable solutions designed to be as open, modular, and scalable as possible.
Why is this important? This gives customers the most flexibility down the road to adapt to future requirements, to be more agile in response to changing market dynamics-and more quickly capitalize on new opportunities. In short, Dell builds future-ready technology solutions that give customers a competitive advantage.
Enterprise solutions for the future-ready data center
Client solutions for the future-ready workforce
Bringing sustainability and business objectives together to benefit people and our planet.
Dell has a commitment to put their technology and expertise to work wherever we can to do the most good possible. This is most evident in the Dell 2020 Legacy of Good Plan - a strategic effort to create social and environmental good as part of our everyday business objectives. As Dell refines and improves products and processes, engages with communities and empowers customers, partners and suppliers in ways that create value that benefits us all.
Corporate social responsibility is imbued in the Dell company culture, inspiring and guiding all that we do. The Dell 2020 Legacy of Good Plan, launched in 2013, is a way of measuring more than 20 separate company-wide objectives to highlight progress on our goals in key areas, such as packaging, energy efficiency, asset recovery, employee empowerment, community giving, and more.
Engage with Dell through Insight Public Sector - an extended part of the Dell team
As Dell grows and the portfolio expanded, Dell listened to customers who expressed that they like buying directly from channel partners, such as Insight Public Sector. ar
Insight is one of Dell's top performing channel partners with complete certifications in the Dell end-to-end solution portfolio to services offered
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Recognition for technology solutions
Dell is currently ranked as a leader in nine Garner Magic Quadrants
This list shows the breadth and strength of Dell's capabilities in several core aspects of technology in the enterprise:
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To utilize Dell through the Insight Public Sector technology solutions contract, you must be registered as a participating agency with U.S. Communities. There is no cost for membership, no user fees or commitments. U.S. Communities is open to states, state agencies, counties, cities, schools, colleges and universities, non-profit organizations and special districts. If you are already registered, please contact Insight Public Sector.
Dell products and services are competitively priced through the Insight Public Sector contract. Insight Public Sector's competitively-solicited U.S. Communities contract assures you of Insight’s best overall government pricing on our broad portfolio of products and IT service solutions.
Is the Insight Public Sector contract competitively-solicited?
The U.S. Communities technology contract was awarded after the lead public agency, Fairfax County, Virginia, completed a competitive solicitation and thorough evaluation process and is available for nationwide use. Dell was named in the award under Insight Public Sector. For additional contract details, please see the Insight Public Sector contract.
If my agency already has an account with Insight Public Sector, do I need to set up a new account?
No. Contact your Insight Public Sector Account Manager to have the U.S. Communities program linked to your existing account.