Today, September 8 at the annual Tech world event, the Chinese multinational technology company, Lenovo, has unveiled a change in its consumption-based business model by launching TruScale, a new global everything service.
The Chinese multinational technology company, Lenovo Group Limited, often shortened as Lenovo, is incorporated in Hong Kong and has its global headquarters in Beijing, China, with operational headquarters in Morrisville, North Carolina, United States of America.
The launching of TruScale is a part of the company’s ongoing transformation towards the next reality – a new era in which consumers and business leaders require new solutions and technologies to cope with extraordinary changes in business, education, and everyday life.
The Lenovo TruScale represents the company’s vision and transformation for the future – fulfilling the growing worldwide demand for smarter technology in an era of hybrid working and learning.
According to the president of the Solutions and Services Group of the company, Ken Wong, who speaks about the Lenovo TruScale.
In his wordings: “Customers can anticipate a single solution, one provider, one contract framework, and a single point of accountability for everything-as-a-service with Lenovo TruScale.”
“Digital transformation is moving at a breakneck pace, and businesses are trying to keep up with the pace of change. Every day, we hear from CIOs that their organizations’ technology requirements change every 12-18 months.” He added.
While the CEO of Deloitte Global, Punit Renjen, said with this the company will meet the market’s demand quickly.
“Lenovo’s as a service model enables the company to meet the market’s demand for quick, dependable hybrid cloud operations. Simply put, our organizations assist businesses in growing their businesses and mitigating risks to produce more value and better serve society.”