HPE and CSC merge to form DXC Technology

The company, which provides autonomous end-to-end IT services, has begun trading on the NYSE.

DXC Technology, formed by the merging of the Enterprise Services business of HPE and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC), announced its public outing this week. The autonomous end-to-end IT services company started trading on the New York Stock Exchange under the trading symbol DXC on
April 3.

With the aim of providing a whole host of digital services in Workplace and Mobility, Cloud, Analytics, Security , Platforms and ITO, DXC Technology has already partnered with over 250 industry leaders, which include 14 strategic partners such as IBM, Dell EMC, AT&T, Microsoft, Oracle, Amazon Web Services, SAP and others. In a statement,  DXC Technology Chairman, President and CEO, Mike Lawrie said that the company aims to help its clients take advantage of the rapid transformation that businesses and industries are undergoing as a result of technological progress.

The company has close to 1,70,000 employees in total, with as many as 6,000 public sector and enterprise clients spread across 70 countries, a global partner network, and $25 billion in annual revenues. One third of DXC’s global workforce, which is spread over the Americas, Europe, Asia, United Kingdom, Ireland, the Middle East, Israel, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand, is based out of India. It’s spread across nine cities in the country and provides end-to-end solutions to more than 1,000 clients covering all geographies. 

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