WHAT YOU’LL KNOW AFTER READING
This is a comprehensive, enterprise-focused analysis of DXC Technology that provides information on its key financials, contract analysis, representative customer base, and geographic scope along with strengths, weaknesses, and key strategic directions. The content of this report is drawn from previously published HFS reports featuring DXC Technology and considers all IT and business process-focused services that support the HFS OneOffice framework.
WHAT THIS BUYERS’ GUIDE COVERS
The following topics are covered in detail: Strategy Strengths and weaknesses Industry and horizontal offerings HFS TOP10 / Blueprint performance covered from 2014 to 2018 Financials Location capabilities Contract analysis
KEY SERVICE PROVIDER DYNAMICS
Continuing from 2018 into 2019, DXC Technology has shifted all its priorities towards integration and requisite consolidation. This mammoth consolidation task includes working with partners, streamlining duplicative contracts and review of contracts to consolidate scale, expand scope, and generate more value. The leadership wants the DXC brand to be known for driving value for its clients—for which, they have redesigned its operating model to place client problems at the forefront of all services. DXC has indicated that it will turn down deals where either the client’s problem is unclear or where the firm can’t clearly add value. In May 2018, DXC completed the separation of its United States Public Sector (internally known as USPS) business, in combination with Vencore Holding Corp. and KeyPoint Government Solutions, to form Perspecta Inc., an independent public company that will serve its US public sector clients. Apart from expanding relationships with its existing clients, the new wins have been rapid, too! DXC has put in a lot of effort in creating synergy between HPES and CSC and generating new brand awareness. It has also reduced its services and products from 500 offerings to less than 300, arranged in nine groups. Nevertheless, DXC has some more ground to cover with branding and ensuring consistency with brand and product presentation
WHO SHOULD READ THIS REPORT
Sourcing Managers Procurement Professionals Buyer Department Heads Outsourcing Advisors Knowledge Analysts