Dell’s financial services division is expected to face a fresh round of staff cuts after it was hit by a software glitch.
Dell’s financial service division is the first major business division in the company to be shut down by the end of June.
The software glitch, which was discovered by customers, has led to the closure of Dell’s consumer portfolio services unit, and the move of some of its senior management.
Customers are now seeking advice about their options, including going back to Dell for advice.
A spokesperson for Dell said: “The financial services team has been placed on administrative leave.
The team will continue to work with Dell’s customers and partners to support them and their families through this transition.”
The firm has faced criticism from customers over its handling of the software glitch and a series of costly legal actions by former employees.
More to come.