Michael Dell is bullish about the world economy ahead as many businesses around the globe are benefitting from a “reimagining of cost” stemming from the COVID-19-related lockdowns with “pent-up” technology demands in 2021.
“The world economy feels pretty good right now,” said Dell, chairman and CEO of Dell Technologies during a media and analyst Q&A session at Dell Technologies World. “If you look at businesses, certainly on the earning side, many benefited from a reimagining of cost during the lockdowns, and there’s been a carry-forward of those learnings. Plus, now you have a significant pent-up demand, and you have stimuluses by many central governments.”
Dell said although many places around the world are still battling the COVID-19 virus, technology has been the “only thing that really worked” during the global pandemic.