CSC Executive VP Leaves Company

CSC Executive Vice President of Global Infrastructure Services Gary Budzinski has left the company after three years, with former Credit Suisse managing director and CIO Stephen Hilton taking his position.

CSC said Budzinski will assist Hilton into transitioning into his new position before leaving the company.

"Stephen Hilton is joining CSC to lead CSC's Global Infrastructure Services (GIS) business, taking over for Gary Budzinski, who will support the transition over the coming weeks," a CSC spokesperson told CRN in an email. "In making the announcement to CSC employees, President and CEO Mike Lawrie welcomed Mr. Hilton and thanked Mr. Budzinski for all that he has done during the initial phase of our GIS turnaround."

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Budzinski took the position of executive vice president of GIS for CSC in June 2012. Since then he has led a team focused on expanding the company’s reach in global service operations and spearheaded major projects and collaborations for CSC, including its alliance with VMware in October, which as made to deliver integrated cloud computing platforms to enterprise customers. CSC did not make clear what opportunities Budzinski is leaving the company to pursue.

Hilton previously worked at CSC as a business development and sales director of IT consultancy and IT outsourcing in London, Singapore and New York for seven years until he left the company in 2003 for an IT position at JP Morgan Chase Financial Services. He stayed there for three years until he was hired as CIO of Technology Infrastructure Services and head of corporate Real Estate services for Credit Suisse Financial Services based in New York. He stayed at that position for nine years until returning to CSC this week.