Huawei: Optimisation can boost Business Resilience

Businesses across the world are affected by uncertainty which has become a key concern of the century as COVID19 spread across all countries worldwide. But with proper planning, and business resilience goals, businesses across all sectors can survive from unseen changes attracting changes in the business environment.

Last Week, Eric Xu, the Huawei Rotating Chairman noted the optimization of its portfolio as a key step towards boosting business resilience to cope with the uncertainty brought by geopolitical tension, the resurgence of COVID-19, and the co-current US bans.

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Eric Xu made the statement while delivering a keynote speech at the company’s 18th Global Analyst Summit attended by over 400 guests. These included industry and financial analysts, key opinion leaders, and media representatives, who joined the 3-day event run under the theme “Building a Fully Connected, Intelligent World“.

 “Business resilience is our guiding principle. We want to boost the resilience of our entire business, and since last year we have been working to optimize our portfolio with this goal in mind,”

said Eric Xu

Huawei’s 2020 Annual Report shows the company’s sales revenue in 2020 rounded off at CNY891.4 billion, up 3.8% year-on-year, and its net profit reached CNY64.6 billion, up 3.2% year-on-year.

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Eric Xu said one of the priorities is to further strengthen Huawei’s software engineering capabilities

“We’re on the lookout for new business opportunities in the software sector. When we find the right fit, we will step up investment to increase the percentage of software and services in our revenue mix,”

Added Eric Xu.

In late November 2018, Huawei decided to invest 2 billion US dollars into upgrading our software engineering capabilities. Eric Xu said the company is “pleased with the results thus far”.

Autonomous driving software is one of the main focuses of the company software investment plan. According to Eric Xu, autonomous driving software is at the center of entirely unmanned driving.

“With intense investment in autonomous driving software, our hope is to drive these trends forward as they facilitate the integration of the automotive and ICT industries, which in turn creates long-term strategic opportunities for Huawei. Once unmanned driving becomes a reality, we will see disruption in practically all adjacent sectors and trigger the most disruptive industry transformation the world will see in the next 10 years,”

said the Rotating Chairman.
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