I am not talking about the server space. I mean your standard admin worker. We currently put an i5 9400, 16gb ram, 256gb ssd All in One from Dell on each new staff desk and replace every 5 years. I am not saying replace all of those machines now, but Ryzen has been a good opposition for a few years and I have no option for a similar spec with one in. Even on our current tender the higher performance/ workstation models have an i7 9800k, those that one is admittedly due to be changed soon.It is - EPYC. And it is well-known in the enthusiast community, at least, that EPYC outright beats Xeon.
Businesses don't buy in overnight. It will cost businesses a fortune to replace all their computers with AMD based systems. Imagine how much it will cost your business to replace all of those 3000+ machines especially if they were to do it all at the same time.
Where AMD is currently out-competing sIntel is in the HPC market with their recent supercomputer wins. That also makes for great publicity for AMD, and it may drive the technically less astute business execs to say "let's buy AMD for our next computers."