The Chief Executive of Dell said Thursday June 03, 2010 that was considered out of the market shares of the firm founded by him, and said that the transformation of the manufacturer of computers was still incomplete. In response to a question during the Conference on strategic decisions of Sanford C. Bernstein, Michael Dell said he had considered transforming Dell into a private company, but declined comment when asked what would make him think about that possibility more seriously. A Dell spokesman also declined to comment. Dell admitted that the company lost direction after a period of strong growth at the beginning of the Decade. He said that the transformation of the firm is delaying a little more than expected and it is not yet ready, but said that he sees encouraging signs in their businesses change. I think that this is a company that can increase their operational profits substantially, said Dell. Apparently strong competition faced by Dell, since that inospito becomes the ambient, as demonstrated by hewlett packard (HP), IBM, which are the current leaders in distribution of hardware of computing, they have left DELL in a point which has to do seriously bailing out the company and make it to compete with the giants of hardware such as HP, IBM and the own APPLE By Leonel Morales more information and articles on: Original author and source of the article.