by January 24, 2012 0 comments

The US-based $21-billion personal technology company in India has tied up with a vendor to provide in-built software in its machines for the financial service sector. There will be similar tie ups for the hotel, hospitality, auto and animation sectors, he said. Many times, stock brokers may end up paying for software that they may not use at all. However, Lenovo’s software vendor will provide the right software and by default put it in a particular model to be made available only to stock brokers.

Today, Lenovo has a 5 per cent market share (just desktops and notebooks) in the SMB. According to the research firm IDC, the total SMB market per quarter for notebooks and desktops was nine lakh units.

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