DXC Technology merges its A/NZ and Asia operations & leadership

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DXC Technology merges A/NZ and Asia operations | iTMunch

Leading IT services and solutions company DXC Technology has announced it will merge operations and leadership arrangement of regions Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) with Asia. The IT company assures there will be no lay-offs or changes in the day-to-day operations. The combined region will be led by former A/NZ head, Seelan Nayagam. Koushik Radhakrishnan, the former director of the Asia region will take on a global strategy transformation role in the US at the company.

More about the merger

DXC Technology says the move comes from a desire to leverage the scale and strengths of employees and technology across both the regions in a hope to meet the increasing customer demand. In a statement, the company said their focus is on helping their customer’s transformation journey as they unlock value across the company’s enterprise technology stack. 

The realignment will also help in ensuring that their people are better globally connected to each other and their customers.

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About DXC Technology

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DXC Technology is a leading technology service and solutions provider. The company offers cutting-edge IT solutions in the areas of big data and analytics, application services, cybersecurity, cloud, consulting and digital and management solutions. Their range of services includes modernizing IT, optimizing data architectures and making everything secure and scalable in private, public and hybrid cloud environments.

DXC is a Fortune 500 company that has served more than 6000 public and private customers in 70 countries. Over the years, DXC Technology has built more than 200 DXC Partner Network relationships, some of which are with HP, HPE, Dell Technologies, Amazon Web Services, SAP, Microsoft, Oracle, Google Cloud and VMware.

Mike Salvino, President and CEO of DXC Technology, says that the company has lost about US$1 billion of revenue in FY20. The company has predicted to lose a similar amount in FY21 due to price-downs and terminations made by customers in the past 1 year. Merging operations of the two regions is a strategic decision that will help them optimize resources and increase revenue.

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