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The global Change and Configuration Management Software Market report offers a comprehensive assessment of the market for the forecast years.

This global industry offers an outlook on the strategic development of the market in terms of revenue profits over the forecast period 2021-2026The key market players for the global Change and Configuration Management Software market are listed below:    IBM    Microsoft    Oracle    VMware    BMC Software    CA Technologies    Computer Sciences Corporation    eG Innovations    Interlink Software Services    Ipswitch    LANDesk Software    SAP    Serena Software    SunView Software    OthersClick here to get a FREE Sample Copy of the Change and Configuration Management Software Market Research Report @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/download-sample-30446The Global Change and Configuration Management Software Market Report is equipped with market data from 2016 to 2026.

It also evaluates the competitive scenario of the leading players.

The report expands to cover regional market data along with type and application.

The detailed sales channel is also covered in the study.COVID-19 Impact Analysis on Change and Configuration Management Software MarketThe global pandemic COVID-19 has affected the Change and Configuration Management Software market directly or indirectly.

The impact study on production, supply-demand, and sales provides a holistic approach to the future.Do You Have Any Query Or Report Customization?

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William Jones 2017-05-19
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p Normal service resumes for trigger-happy CSC and HPE Ent Services

It was only a matter of time before DXC Technology – the corporate pile-up between CSC and HPE’s former Enterprise Services division – began using staff cuts to lighten the overheads.

Peter Hands, veep at DXC, formed at the start of April, has told employees the business has “committed the achieve specific cost savings through improvement in efficiencies and effectiveness, which is typical in mergers of this scale and nature”.

“The UK business must play its part in achieving these savings, whilst delivering on the commitments to grow our business and improve our margins.

To help the company and region deliver on these commitment, I am writing to inform you of proposed redundancies within Q1 FY18 under a Work Force Reduction programme.”

DXC is looking for “voluntary exits as our preferred means to manage the workforce in the UK” and staff had a week from 15 May to register their willingness to go, the letter to employees stated.

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Michael Vaughn 2016-11-16
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Trigger-happy CSC is aiming the redundancy gun at another batch of hapless employees just in time for Chrimbo – a fate perhaps only slightly worse than actually working at the integrator over the festive season.

Hard-pressed staff were this week made aware of a third round of job cuts for 2016 – earlier rounds came in May and September, when a total of 350 were put at risk.

In the latest incident, CSC UK and Ireland general manager Craig Wilson told workers that a review of "business goals and progress" had highlighted "challenges" in hitting financial targets.

In "response to the current state of the business", CSC had devised a five point action sheet, which included:

Reshaping our delivery structures in some areas to better align with business opportunities and areas of growth

Addressing overcapacity to better align our pipeline with demand

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Michael Wilson 2016-11-04
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Sales at outsourcing and integrator basket case CSC are growing again – all it took was hundreds of millions of pounds worth of acquisitions.

The New York Stock Exchange-listed outfit reported revenue of $1.87bn for the three months ending 30 September – its Q2 of fiscal 2017.

This was up 7.16 per cent on a year ago and the first time CSC has grown in 24 months.

CSC forked out £480m outlay for business processing outfit Xchanging in December and $428m on Aussie IT services biz UXC in March.

The boost was obvious in the Global Business Services division, which grew 19.2 per cent to $1.04bn.

CEO Mike Lawrie said the two takeovers were largely integrated.

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Billy Haigh 2016-05-25
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Breaking up is not hard to do

Mark Lawrie of CSC and Meg Whitman of HPE in the video announcing the merger of their services operations

HP Enterprise HPE has spun out its enterprise services business into CSC, creating an entity with US26bn of revenue.

Which we think translates as Good luck using the merger as an excuse to get out of or heavily modify your current services contracts even if you hate CSC and HPE.

Whitman says sloughing off services means the company can focus on secure, next generation, software-defined infrastructure that leverages a … portfolio of servers, storage, networking, converged infrastructure, as well as our Helion Cloud platform and software assets.

The company also wants to make a play for IT at the edge with … Aruba and computing products for campus, branch and Internet of Things applications.

Yet surely the advent of cloud and global talent pools means the your mess for less proposition is fading fast.

HPE also announces its second quarter results on Wednesday, US time.

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Mark Moore 2016-09-19
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Clear your desks: 98 jobs are 'potentially' going to be 'removed'

CSC UK execs left sweating over local profit challenges have again opted to expunge costs from the business in a time-honoured fashion by strapping human capital to the employment cannons.

Not content with running one redundancy programme this summer – the first started in May with the aim of losing 248 jobs – top brass have initiated another round that will affect almost 100 staff.

Our UK business is facing continued challenges to meet the required level of operating income got drive the business forward, said Craig Wilson, regional general manager at CSC in a memo to staff, seen by us.

Wilson, who replaced Sanjiv Gossain earlier this year, confirmed CSC had looked again at actions to transform our business and reduce costs to improve our profitability .

The oh-so cunning four point plan, he said, involved reducing sales costs ; addressing over-capacity in the sales force and within the delivery organisations ; reducing leadership and senior management roles; and increasing non-billable management span of control and improving utilisation .

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Ronald Black 2017-12-21
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DXC to appeal verdict after court heard biz giant deliberately shortchanged staff

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) “willfully” misclassified 1,000 of its system administrators to avoid paying the techies overtime.

On Wednesday, a jury in Connecticut, USA, found in favor of staff who had brought 11 claims of labor law violations against the IT services provider.

Their class-action lawsuit, launched in 2014, accused the multinational giant of failing to pay mandatory overtime.

During the three-year legal battle in Connecticut and California, CSC merged with the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise to form DXC Technology.

After deliberating over two days, the jury unanimously rejected CSC’s claim that its low-level system administrators were exempt from mandatory overtime pay under federal, Connecticut and California law due to their “associate professional” and “professional” job labels.

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Peter Garvey 2016-05-25
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News: New business entity will be focussed on helping digital transformations succeed.

HPE will own a 50% stake in the new combined entity and will nominate half of the board members.

CSC chairman, president and chief executive officer Lawrie said: "As a more powerful, versatile and independent global technology services business, this new company will be well positioned to help clients succeed on their digital transformation journeys.

Buoyed by income from its server and storage business units, HPE also reported a 1% increase in net revenue for the second quarter ending 30 April - the first rise in five years.

HPE president and chief executive officer Meg Whitman said: "The businesses comprising HPE grew revenue over the prior-year period on an as reported basis for the first time in five years.

Software revenue also dropped, sharply, by 13% to $774m in the quarter, mainly due to a fall in license and support revenues.

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Jayanthi TBRC 2021-01-08
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Our reports have been revised for market size, forecasts, and strategies to take on 2021 after the COVID-19 impact: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/global-market-reportsThe Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2020-30 by The Business Research Company describes and explains the global hardware support services market and covers 2015 to 2020, termed the historic period, and 2020 to 2025, termed the forecast period, along with further forecasts for the period 2025-2030.

The report evaluates the market across each region and for the major economies within each region.The Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2021 covers hardware support services market drivers, hardware support services market trends, hardware support services market segments, hardware support services market growth rate, hardware support services market major players, and hardware support services market size.

View Complete Report:https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/report/hardware-support-services-global-market-report-2020-30-covid-19-impact-and-recoveryThe hardware support services market report provides an in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the global hardware support services industry, along with revised market numbers due to the effects of the coronavirus and the expected hardware support services market growth numbers 2021-2030.Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2021 is the most comprehensive report available on this market and will help gain a truly global perspective as it covers 60 geographies.

The chapter on the impact of COVID-19 gives valuable insights on supply chain disruptions, logistical challenges, and other economic implications of the virus on the market.

The chapter also covers markets which have been positively affected by the pandemic.Request For The Sample Now: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/sample.aspx?id=2144=smpThe global hardware support services market is expected to grow from $728.5 billion in 2020 to $779.3 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.%.

The market is expected to reach $1098.5 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 9%.The report covers the hardware support services market’s segments- 1) By Type: Computer And Peripherals Support Services, Storage And Servers Support Services, Networking Support Services, Other Hardware Support Services2) By Mode: Online, Offline3) By Warranty Type: In Warranty, Out of WarrantyAbout The Business Research Company: The Business Research Company is a market intelligence firm that excels in company, market, and consumer research.

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Keith Maldonado 2016-08-02
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Employees at domain biz NetNames woke up to the comforting news that their company has been flogged to caring integrator CSC for an undisclosed sum.

Private Equity biz HgCapital has decided to offload NetNames after taking the publicly-listed outfit private in autumn 2011 for £153m, but it said little else about today's transaction.

The deal isn't a massive surprise, as we noted, self-billed turnaound expert Steve Vaughan - the man who dressed up Phoenix IT Group for a sale - was parachuted into NetNames in January to improves its fortunes.

According to a Companies House filing for the year ended 2015, NetNames recorded flat revenue of £53m.

However, loss before tax climbed to £20.89m, up from a £19.48m loss in the previous year.

In contrast CSC recorded revenue of $12.17bn £9.1bn for its full-year 2016, a fall of 6.3 per cent on the previous year.

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John Salmi 2016-12-02
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On track to shift 60% of service staff to 'low-cost countries'

Cost-cutting at Hewlett Packard Enterprise's CSC-bound services business looks set to continue right up to the point it is sold in the spring, leaked documents have indicated.

In a note to his staff this week, Maurice Mattholie, HPE UK and Ireland veep for IT Outsourcing – which part of the outgoing Enterprise Services ES division – confirmed it was again going to embark on its umpteenth phase of the Workforce Management programme, aka redundancies.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise needs to create a more efficient and accountable organisation to ensure a healthy long term sustainable business, with a market competitive cost structure, that will help the company transition to the new style of business, Mattholie told workers in UK and Ireland.

The collective consultation with the UK Works Council and trade union reps began in late November.

Mattholie said HPE was trying to use redeployment and voluntary exits where possible rather than making purely compulsory redundancies.

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Dennis Stevens 2018-07-24
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The complete research framework on Global Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market reveals various influencing factors like growth factors, industry drivers, restraints, production techniques, latest market trends, market challenges, market extension and opportunities for beginners and established players in global runway lighting market.

As per the world economic evaluate growth rate of the past four years, market size is estimated from 4100 million $ in 2014 to 4680 million $ in 2017.

The prime objective of this report is to help the user understand market share distribution of number of key players in the market included are Accenture, Cognizant, Capgemini, Csc (Computer Sciences Corporation), Genpact, Fujitsu, Ibm, Oracle, Sap, Cisco, Ca Technologies, Wipro Ltd., Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services (Tcs).The Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market research report helps to understand cost-effective data in the form charts, tables, graphs, and figures which helps to analyze the market growth rate, market share, and trends.

The Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) market provides the in-depth approach towards market segments depicts the market investment areas and marketing strategies to achieve informed growth in the market like revenue, import/export data, volume delivered (in kilo tons) and the income it produces (in US$), demand and supply data (as applicable).

Additionally, the Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) business development patterns and marketing stations have been analyzed.Request for free sample report @ https://www.indexmarketsresearch.com/report/global-operation-business-process-as-a-service-bpaas-market/24110/#requestforsampleThe Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market covers company profiling, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information of various international, regional, and local vendors of the market.

The market competition is constantly growing higher with the rise in technological innovation and M activities in the industry.

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James Kiley 2016-05-24
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The Hewlett Packard Enterprise logo seen at its headquarters in Palo Alto, California

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will spin off its enterprise services business and merge it with IT services company CSC in a surprise move announced Tuesday.

It expects to close the deal by March 2017.

Now, HPE is slicing itself up further, betting again that a smaller core company will be able to move faster and attract new business in a world increasingly dominated by the cloud.

HPE shareholders will own approximately 50 percent of the new, combined company.

The remaining board of directors will be nominated half by HPE and half by CSC.

Merging the services businesses will lead to cost savings of about $1 billion in the first year, HPE said, though there will also be costs involved in spinning off its services division.

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Carl Dechant 2017-03-23
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Finding the right tech talent is hard no matter where you are.

Finding it along Interstate 20 in northern Louisiana has been particularly challenging.

One of the first major public-private collaborations started in 2007 with the creation of the National Cyber Research Park and the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City, which hugs the Red River across from Shreveport.

The center has worked aggressively to bring more tech employers to the region, including IBM, the Computer Sciences Corporation and CSRA, a tech services provider for government.

Speaking at a cybersecurity summit convened in Louisiana by CenturyLink on March 8, Craig Spohn, the center’s executive director and president, explained why the region has lagged, despite CenturyLink’s headquarters being rooted along I-20 in Monroe.

Bill Bradley, senior vice president of cyber engineering and technology services at CenturyLink, welcomed the region’s new entrants and the thousands of jobs they have added.

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Geekz Snow 2019-08-08
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The UK government today announced it would invest £250 million (roughly $300 million) into artificial intelligence technology, which would be used by the public healthcare system, known as the NHS, to improve the quality of care.

It’s worth adding that the NHS also successfully uses AI in several important areas, so this isn’t necessarily a first for this beloved healthcare service.

The Guardian notes that it’s used in cancer screening procedures, as well as in identifying patients who are likely to miss appointments, in order to send targeted reminders.

However, there are reasons to be concerned.

During the 2000’s, the Tony Blair-led Labour government embarked on an ambitious initiative to digitize procedures that were otherwise analog.

A vast proportion of work was done by large multinational IT companies, namely Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) and Fujitsu, both of whom did a substandard job while simultaneously milking the public purse for anything they could get.

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John Ruybal 2018-07-20
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DXC joins Atos in winning Defra business

DXC has won a £81 million IT services contract from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Computer Business Review can reveal.

DXC was formed in 2017 through a merger of the enterprise services segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).

The contract has been awarded to one of DXC’s sprawling array of UK legal entities, CSC Computer Sciences Limited, which will outsource some of the work.

DXC saw contract losses at the UK’s Department of Work and Pensions, as well as insurance giant Aviva and utility Centrica.

A contract award notice published today on a European tenders page says “CSC Computer Sciences Limited” will provide Defra, Natural England, The Environment Agency, The Rural Payments Agency, Marine Management Organisation and The Animal and Plant Health Agency with a range of IT services.

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Gulika Chaturvedi 2021-11-10
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The global Change and Configuration Management Software Market report offers a comprehensive assessment of the market for the forecast years.

This global industry offers an outlook on the strategic development of the market in terms of revenue profits over the forecast period 2021-2026The key market players for the global Change and Configuration Management Software market are listed below:    IBM    Microsoft    Oracle    VMware    BMC Software    CA Technologies    Computer Sciences Corporation    eG Innovations    Interlink Software Services    Ipswitch    LANDesk Software    SAP    Serena Software    SunView Software    OthersClick here to get a FREE Sample Copy of the Change and Configuration Management Software Market Research Report @ https://www.decisiondatabases.com/contact/download-sample-30446The Global Change and Configuration Management Software Market Report is equipped with market data from 2016 to 2026.

It also evaluates the competitive scenario of the leading players.

The report expands to cover regional market data along with type and application.

The detailed sales channel is also covered in the study.COVID-19 Impact Analysis on Change and Configuration Management Software MarketThe global pandemic COVID-19 has affected the Change and Configuration Management Software market directly or indirectly.

The impact study on production, supply-demand, and sales provides a holistic approach to the future.Do You Have Any Query Or Report Customization?

Michael Vaughn 2016-11-16
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Trigger-happy CSC is aiming the redundancy gun at another batch of hapless employees just in time for Chrimbo – a fate perhaps only slightly worse than actually working at the integrator over the festive season.

Hard-pressed staff were this week made aware of a third round of job cuts for 2016 – earlier rounds came in May and September, when a total of 350 were put at risk.

In the latest incident, CSC UK and Ireland general manager Craig Wilson told workers that a review of "business goals and progress" had highlighted "challenges" in hitting financial targets.

In "response to the current state of the business", CSC had devised a five point action sheet, which included:

Reshaping our delivery structures in some areas to better align with business opportunities and areas of growth

Addressing overcapacity to better align our pipeline with demand

Billy Haigh 2016-05-25
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Breaking up is not hard to do

Mark Lawrie of CSC and Meg Whitman of HPE in the video announcing the merger of their services operations

HP Enterprise HPE has spun out its enterprise services business into CSC, creating an entity with US26bn of revenue.

Which we think translates as Good luck using the merger as an excuse to get out of or heavily modify your current services contracts even if you hate CSC and HPE.

Whitman says sloughing off services means the company can focus on secure, next generation, software-defined infrastructure that leverages a … portfolio of servers, storage, networking, converged infrastructure, as well as our Helion Cloud platform and software assets.

The company also wants to make a play for IT at the edge with … Aruba and computing products for campus, branch and Internet of Things applications.

Yet surely the advent of cloud and global talent pools means the your mess for less proposition is fading fast.

HPE also announces its second quarter results on Wednesday, US time.

Ronald Black 2017-12-21
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DXC to appeal verdict after court heard biz giant deliberately shortchanged staff

Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) “willfully” misclassified 1,000 of its system administrators to avoid paying the techies overtime.

On Wednesday, a jury in Connecticut, USA, found in favor of staff who had brought 11 claims of labor law violations against the IT services provider.

Their class-action lawsuit, launched in 2014, accused the multinational giant of failing to pay mandatory overtime.

During the three-year legal battle in Connecticut and California, CSC merged with the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise to form DXC Technology.

After deliberating over two days, the jury unanimously rejected CSC’s claim that its low-level system administrators were exempt from mandatory overtime pay under federal, Connecticut and California law due to their “associate professional” and “professional” job labels.

Jayanthi TBRC 2021-01-08
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Our reports have been revised for market size, forecasts, and strategies to take on 2021 after the COVID-19 impact: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/global-market-reportsThe Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2020-30 by The Business Research Company describes and explains the global hardware support services market and covers 2015 to 2020, termed the historic period, and 2020 to 2025, termed the forecast period, along with further forecasts for the period 2025-2030.

The report evaluates the market across each region and for the major economies within each region.The Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2021 covers hardware support services market drivers, hardware support services market trends, hardware support services market segments, hardware support services market growth rate, hardware support services market major players, and hardware support services market size.

View Complete Report:https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/report/hardware-support-services-global-market-report-2020-30-covid-19-impact-and-recoveryThe hardware support services market report provides an in-depth analysis of the impact of COVID-19 on the global hardware support services industry, along with revised market numbers due to the effects of the coronavirus and the expected hardware support services market growth numbers 2021-2030.Hardware Support Services Global Market Report 2021 is the most comprehensive report available on this market and will help gain a truly global perspective as it covers 60 geographies.

The chapter on the impact of COVID-19 gives valuable insights on supply chain disruptions, logistical challenges, and other economic implications of the virus on the market.

The chapter also covers markets which have been positively affected by the pandemic.Request For The Sample Now: https://www.thebusinessresearchcompany.com/sample.aspx?id=2144=smpThe global hardware support services market is expected to grow from $728.5 billion in 2020 to $779.3 billion in 2021 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.%.

The market is expected to reach $1098.5 billion in 2025 at a CAGR of 9%.The report covers the hardware support services market’s segments- 1) By Type: Computer And Peripherals Support Services, Storage And Servers Support Services, Networking Support Services, Other Hardware Support Services2) By Mode: Online, Offline3) By Warranty Type: In Warranty, Out of WarrantyAbout The Business Research Company: The Business Research Company is a market intelligence firm that excels in company, market, and consumer research.

John Salmi 2016-12-02
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On track to shift 60% of service staff to 'low-cost countries'

Cost-cutting at Hewlett Packard Enterprise's CSC-bound services business looks set to continue right up to the point it is sold in the spring, leaked documents have indicated.

In a note to his staff this week, Maurice Mattholie, HPE UK and Ireland veep for IT Outsourcing – which part of the outgoing Enterprise Services ES division – confirmed it was again going to embark on its umpteenth phase of the Workforce Management programme, aka redundancies.

Hewlett Packard Enterprise needs to create a more efficient and accountable organisation to ensure a healthy long term sustainable business, with a market competitive cost structure, that will help the company transition to the new style of business, Mattholie told workers in UK and Ireland.

The collective consultation with the UK Works Council and trade union reps began in late November.

Mattholie said HPE was trying to use redeployment and voluntary exits where possible rather than making purely compulsory redundancies.

James Kiley 2016-05-24
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The Hewlett Packard Enterprise logo seen at its headquarters in Palo Alto, California

Hewlett-Packard Enterprise will spin off its enterprise services business and merge it with IT services company CSC in a surprise move announced Tuesday.

It expects to close the deal by March 2017.

Now, HPE is slicing itself up further, betting again that a smaller core company will be able to move faster and attract new business in a world increasingly dominated by the cloud.

HPE shareholders will own approximately 50 percent of the new, combined company.

The remaining board of directors will be nominated half by HPE and half by CSC.

Merging the services businesses will lead to cost savings of about $1 billion in the first year, HPE said, though there will also be costs involved in spinning off its services division.

Geekz Snow 2019-08-08
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The UK government today announced it would invest £250 million (roughly $300 million) into artificial intelligence technology, which would be used by the public healthcare system, known as the NHS, to improve the quality of care.

It’s worth adding that the NHS also successfully uses AI in several important areas, so this isn’t necessarily a first for this beloved healthcare service.

The Guardian notes that it’s used in cancer screening procedures, as well as in identifying patients who are likely to miss appointments, in order to send targeted reminders.

However, there are reasons to be concerned.

During the 2000’s, the Tony Blair-led Labour government embarked on an ambitious initiative to digitize procedures that were otherwise analog.

A vast proportion of work was done by large multinational IT companies, namely Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) and Fujitsu, both of whom did a substandard job while simultaneously milking the public purse for anything they could get.

William Jones 2017-05-19
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p Normal service resumes for trigger-happy CSC and HPE Ent Services

It was only a matter of time before DXC Technology – the corporate pile-up between CSC and HPE’s former Enterprise Services division – began using staff cuts to lighten the overheads.

Peter Hands, veep at DXC, formed at the start of April, has told employees the business has “committed the achieve specific cost savings through improvement in efficiencies and effectiveness, which is typical in mergers of this scale and nature”.

“The UK business must play its part in achieving these savings, whilst delivering on the commitments to grow our business and improve our margins.

To help the company and region deliver on these commitment, I am writing to inform you of proposed redundancies within Q1 FY18 under a Work Force Reduction programme.”

DXC is looking for “voluntary exits as our preferred means to manage the workforce in the UK” and staff had a week from 15 May to register their willingness to go, the letter to employees stated.

Michael Wilson 2016-11-04
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Sales at outsourcing and integrator basket case CSC are growing again – all it took was hundreds of millions of pounds worth of acquisitions.

The New York Stock Exchange-listed outfit reported revenue of $1.87bn for the three months ending 30 September – its Q2 of fiscal 2017.

This was up 7.16 per cent on a year ago and the first time CSC has grown in 24 months.

CSC forked out £480m outlay for business processing outfit Xchanging in December and $428m on Aussie IT services biz UXC in March.

The boost was obvious in the Global Business Services division, which grew 19.2 per cent to $1.04bn.

CEO Mike Lawrie said the two takeovers were largely integrated.

Mark Moore 2016-09-19
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Clear your desks: 98 jobs are 'potentially' going to be 'removed'

CSC UK execs left sweating over local profit challenges have again opted to expunge costs from the business in a time-honoured fashion by strapping human capital to the employment cannons.

Not content with running one redundancy programme this summer – the first started in May with the aim of losing 248 jobs – top brass have initiated another round that will affect almost 100 staff.

Our UK business is facing continued challenges to meet the required level of operating income got drive the business forward, said Craig Wilson, regional general manager at CSC in a memo to staff, seen by us.

Wilson, who replaced Sanjiv Gossain earlier this year, confirmed CSC had looked again at actions to transform our business and reduce costs to improve our profitability .

The oh-so cunning four point plan, he said, involved reducing sales costs ; addressing over-capacity in the sales force and within the delivery organisations ; reducing leadership and senior management roles; and increasing non-billable management span of control and improving utilisation .

Peter Garvey 2016-05-25
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News: New business entity will be focussed on helping digital transformations succeed.

HPE will own a 50% stake in the new combined entity and will nominate half of the board members.

CSC chairman, president and chief executive officer Lawrie said: "As a more powerful, versatile and independent global technology services business, this new company will be well positioned to help clients succeed on their digital transformation journeys.

Buoyed by income from its server and storage business units, HPE also reported a 1% increase in net revenue for the second quarter ending 30 April - the first rise in five years.

HPE president and chief executive officer Meg Whitman said: "The businesses comprising HPE grew revenue over the prior-year period on an as reported basis for the first time in five years.

Software revenue also dropped, sharply, by 13% to $774m in the quarter, mainly due to a fall in license and support revenues.

Keith Maldonado 2016-08-02
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Employees at domain biz NetNames woke up to the comforting news that their company has been flogged to caring integrator CSC for an undisclosed sum.

Private Equity biz HgCapital has decided to offload NetNames after taking the publicly-listed outfit private in autumn 2011 for £153m, but it said little else about today's transaction.

The deal isn't a massive surprise, as we noted, self-billed turnaound expert Steve Vaughan - the man who dressed up Phoenix IT Group for a sale - was parachuted into NetNames in January to improves its fortunes.

According to a Companies House filing for the year ended 2015, NetNames recorded flat revenue of £53m.

However, loss before tax climbed to £20.89m, up from a £19.48m loss in the previous year.

In contrast CSC recorded revenue of $12.17bn £9.1bn for its full-year 2016, a fall of 6.3 per cent on the previous year.

Dennis Stevens 2018-07-24
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The complete research framework on Global Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market reveals various influencing factors like growth factors, industry drivers, restraints, production techniques, latest market trends, market challenges, market extension and opportunities for beginners and established players in global runway lighting market.

As per the world economic evaluate growth rate of the past four years, market size is estimated from 4100 million $ in 2014 to 4680 million $ in 2017.

The prime objective of this report is to help the user understand market share distribution of number of key players in the market included are Accenture, Cognizant, Capgemini, Csc (Computer Sciences Corporation), Genpact, Fujitsu, Ibm, Oracle, Sap, Cisco, Ca Technologies, Wipro Ltd., Infosys, Tata Consultancy Services (Tcs).The Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market research report helps to understand cost-effective data in the form charts, tables, graphs, and figures which helps to analyze the market growth rate, market share, and trends.

The Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) market provides the in-depth approach towards market segments depicts the market investment areas and marketing strategies to achieve informed growth in the market like revenue, import/export data, volume delivered (in kilo tons) and the income it produces (in US$), demand and supply data (as applicable).

Additionally, the Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) business development patterns and marketing stations have been analyzed.Request for free sample report @ https://www.indexmarketsresearch.com/report/global-operation-business-process-as-a-service-bpaas-market/24110/#requestforsampleThe Operation Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) Market covers company profiling, product picture and specifications, sales, market share and contact information of various international, regional, and local vendors of the market.

The market competition is constantly growing higher with the rise in technological innovation and M activities in the industry.

Carl Dechant 2017-03-23
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Finding the right tech talent is hard no matter where you are.

Finding it along Interstate 20 in northern Louisiana has been particularly challenging.

One of the first major public-private collaborations started in 2007 with the creation of the National Cyber Research Park and the Cyber Innovation Center in Bossier City, which hugs the Red River across from Shreveport.

The center has worked aggressively to bring more tech employers to the region, including IBM, the Computer Sciences Corporation and CSRA, a tech services provider for government.

Speaking at a cybersecurity summit convened in Louisiana by CenturyLink on March 8, Craig Spohn, the center’s executive director and president, explained why the region has lagged, despite CenturyLink’s headquarters being rooted along I-20 in Monroe.

Bill Bradley, senior vice president of cyber engineering and technology services at CenturyLink, welcomed the region’s new entrants and the thousands of jobs they have added.

John Ruybal 2018-07-20
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DXC joins Atos in winning Defra business

DXC has won a £81 million IT services contract from the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), Computer Business Review can reveal.

DXC was formed in 2017 through a merger of the enterprise services segment of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC).

The contract has been awarded to one of DXC’s sprawling array of UK legal entities, CSC Computer Sciences Limited, which will outsource some of the work.

DXC saw contract losses at the UK’s Department of Work and Pensions, as well as insurance giant Aviva and utility Centrica.

A contract award notice published today on a European tenders page says “CSC Computer Sciences Limited” will provide Defra, Natural England, The Environment Agency, The Rural Payments Agency, Marine Management Organisation and The Animal and Plant Health Agency with a range of IT services.