Today, DXC Technology – the business entity created from the merger between HPE Enterprise Services (HPE ES) and CSC – begins its new journey as one of largest global IT services companies.
“New. But not born yesterday” – that’s the strapline on the company’s website, which lists business process services, cloud, consulting and security among its key services.
Thanks to the merger, DXC Technology has 170,000 employees in more than 70 countries at its disposal, serving some 6,000 clients. It also has 14 strategic technology partners, including Microsoft, Dell/EMC, HPE and Lenovo.
“DXC is building its industry solutions in healthcare, insurance and retail, for example, on Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365, providing the broadest platform for productivity, collaboration and business process on a global, trusted, hybrid cloud infrastructure while meeting industry regulatory requirements,” said Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella about how the two companies are working together.
DXC Technology is headed up by Mike Lawrie, who previously served as chairman, president and CEO of CSC. Addressing investors and analysts last week ahead of the launch, he said that DXC Technology is something entirely new and that it will start thinking of itself as an industry leader, positioned at the forefront of technology services.