Laguna Niguel, CA (PRWEB) August 30, 2009
'With a pinch of salt' is how Multinational technology company Dell took the news that their quarterly profits fell 23%, as sales data also shows the industry to be recovering from recession. While the news of their profits is a reminder of the devastating effect the credit crisis has had on computer hardware sales, all hope is certainly not lost and anticipation of 2010's sales is high.
The decline in Dell profits and sales is not such a surprise, considering this has become a trend over the last fiscal year, but the fact that equilibrium is slowly being sought means that the negative trend is in the process of breaking. For desktop PC, laptops and computer memory manufacturing companies such as Memory America this is positive news as it means consumers are more inclined to start investing in IT products once more.
"It's a relief for everyone to see the computer hardware industry picking up again" says Memory America's Marketing Director Steve Baik, "we're now selling desktop and laptop computers on our website with warranties on every product, low prices and worldwide shipping. This means all customers can benefit from low market prices on both computer components and machines at this crucial time for investment."
California based company Memory America staff have been working in the computer hardware industry for over fifteen years. It's this level of experience that explains why their loyal customers include companies like Netflix, and even government organizations such as the FBI and U.S. Military. Accredited by the Better Business Bureau (BBB) of America at grade A, the company's consumer base and catalogue of computer components is expected to continue growing, having survived the recession almost untouched.
While Dell profits have reportedly fallen 23% this quarter - a trend that has been cemented over the past fiscal year - sales are also showing signs of levelling out which indicates the IT industry is recovering from recession. This bodes well for computer hardware retailers such as California based Memory America, who have recently added laptop computers and desktops to their computer component product catalogue.