Dell has been a leader in the e-commerce space since the launch of its business division, Dell Americas, in 2011.
The company has had a strong growth trajectory and has consistently been one of the top four e-retailers, according to IDC’s 2017 E-Commerce Benchmark report.
Dell ECommerce is focused on offering a more personalized customer experience through Dell’s wide range of products and services, such as Dell’s Dell SecureWorks software, Dell’s Smart Cloud software, and Dell’s SecureWorks Professional.
The Dell E-commerce segment is now the third largest in Dell’s E-Retail business, behind only Amazon and Microsoft.
It is the largest e-tailer in Dell EMEA, the EME group of Dell retail stores.
Dell’s e-Commerce segment was also one of several retailers to launch a new business division in the third quarter of 2017, which has since been renamed Dell E commerce.
This new division will be called Dell e commerce business and it will serve as a hub for Dell’s broader business and services businesses, as well as to serve as Dell Business Solutions.
The new division is focused around Dell’s latest product line, which is now called Dell Cloud Solutions, and the company is expected to continue its focus on the enterprise, as it is one of Dell’s most profitable segments.
In its fourth quarter financial results, Dell reported revenue of $2.6 billion and profit of $967 million.
The Ecommerce segment saw revenue increase 12% to $3.6 million.
Dell said that the number of stores and e-shops grew by 20% year-over-year to 3,200 from 2,500.
The revenue increase was driven by a 36% increase in total retail sales, an increase of 9%, and an increase in sales of hardware, which increased by 15%.
For the full year, the company said it has seen gross margin increase in each of the four segments, which was driven primarily by a 30% increase for the Ecommerce business.
The business has seen steady growth over the last two years, with sales growth of 18%.
The growth has been driven by growth in the number and size of stores, as the company has more than tripled its retail footprint since the third fiscal quarter of 2016.
Dell also reported a loss of $1.6 to $1,719 million for the fourth quarter of the year.
Revenue growth for the last three years has been flat at $2 billion to $2,000 million, and gross margin has been well below 20% for the entire fiscal year.
In fact, Dell said it is expected that it will lose money in 2017.
“We believe we can get back to profitability in 2017 with the right investments in our supply chain and in our technology.
We also believe that our business will continue to be a strong business going forward, even as we focus on growth in other segments,” Dell’s chief financial officer, Steve Rauch, said in a conference call with analysts.
“The bottom line is we’re going to be profitable in the next three years, and we believe that we’re on track to be in a very healthy position, and in a position to deliver a strong return to shareholders.”
Dell said in the earnings call that its gross margin was 20% in the fourth and first quarter of 2018, but that it expects it to improve to 30% in 2019.
Dell has not released a full year-end financial report since the company’s initial public offering in November of 2015.
Dell declined to comment on whether it plans to launch an IPO, but said in its third quarter earnings call on March 3 that it is exploring an IPO.
Dell, like many other large retailers, has struggled in recent years with stagnant or declining e-business sales.
However, Dell has managed to boost its e-consumer and e_commerce business over the years, as evidenced by its recent purchase of Whole Foods.
Dell is also in the process of opening its first flagship store in the U.S. in Seattle.