In fact, Lenovo's 2015 PC sales represented about 20 percent of total market share according to Gartner.
That's a pretty remarkable accomplishment for a company that The Wall Street Journal, described, "as recently as 2005 . . . was a little-known computer maker that sold only in China."
But a lot has changed in the past 10 years or so - especially in Lenovo's now worldwide supply chain.
These days, Lenovo has operations in 60 countries, customers around the planet, and it relies on a revamped supply chain driven by such thoroughly modern imperatives as sustainability, product security, real-time planning, and customer centricity.
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