Huawei has announced that it will foray into the enterprise market. The company has also unveiled a number of business solutions tailored to governments and small, medium, and large-sized enterprises.
According to a statement, these solutions include paperless government offices, smart classrooms, computer classrooms, health and safety management for miners, health management for drivers, and insurance interaction.
“We would use its hardware and software ecosystems as dual pillars, to support a growing range of versatile office products that work seamlessly with a wide range of smart devices, including laptops, desktops, monitors, tablets, accessories, Visions, and wearables,” said Richard Yu, Huawei's Executive Director.
Huawei has launched a full set of business products, solutions, and service platforms, including MateBook B series for laptops, MateStation B series for desktops, Display B series for monitors, MatePad C series for tablets, B series for printers, B series for Visions, and B series for wearables, which make this vision access to a wide range of customers.
“Our consumer-oriented products have drawn widespread acclaim over the past decade, due largely to their groundbreaking user experience. Huawei will incorporate this premium consumer experience into its business products, following three key principles: quality, intelligence, and reliability,” Yu further added.
Huawei revealed that the next phase will see the company investing more organisational resources in the business field. This will help governments and large-scale enterprises fully ‘digitalize’ their operations and help small- and medium-sized enterprises to ‘improve quality and efficiency’ across the board.