Dell and American Express Team Up to Support Small Businesses’ Tech Needs

Dell Small Business recently partnered with another big proponent of small business, American Express, to provide professionals the technology solutions to successfully run their businesses and be productive anywhere.

Beginning in February 2019, American Express Business Platinum Card® Members will have access to Shop Dell benefits and receive up to $200 in annual credits to make Dell purchases. The partnership equips small business owners with the best technology and solutions to suit their business needs and growth, and enables them to stay productive while experiencing incredible travel.

With this added benefit, Card Members can choose from a number of reliable solutions to run their businesses, including our recently announced devices at CES 2019. This includes the new Latitude 7400 2-in-1, the smallest 14-inch commercial 2-in-1 and the world’s first PC to use a proximity sensor, which will be available starting in March. In addition, the new XPS 13, available today, is the world’s most powerful 13-inch laptop in its class designed with a top mounted 2.25mm innovative HD webcam.

American Express Business Platinum Card is also offering Platinum Global Access from WeWork, providing Card Members the option to work in more than 425 locations in 100 cities in 27 countries countries around the world.

These partnerships continue to showcase Dell’s commitment to its small business roots. Starting out in Michael Dell’s dorm room more than 30 years ago at The University of Texas at Austin, the company developed from a simple idea, and grew to impact millions of people and bring valuable technology to those who need it the most. Today, the Dell Small Business advisor program delivers free expert one-on-one support to guide small businesses on their technology needs and purchasing decisions, enabling small business owners to have the proper infrastructure in place to scale with limited budget and resources.

Every small business has the potential to impact the world because the biggest ideas often come in small forms. Small businesses hold the key to the nation’s economic growth. In fact, the largest business sector in the U.S. is micro businesses, that make up 92 percent of all U.S. businesses according to the Association for Enterprise Opportunity (AEO).

With the combination of reliable technology, flexible workspaces and financial support, small businesses are set up on a strong path with the proper solutions and resources in place.

About the Author: Michael Lambert

Michael Lambert joined Dell in 2000 and has held several sales and marketing roles within the Consumer and Small Business division. Currently, Michael leads Dell’s Small Business direct marketing organization in the US and is responsible for driving customer acquisition and breakthrough go-to-market strategies establishing Dell Small Business as industry leading end-to-end technology provider. Michael loves running, cycling and spending time with his wife and 10 month old son.