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10 Things You Need To Know About The New DXC Technology

DXC, the successor to CSC and the merged Enterprise Services division of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, makes its debut Monday. Here's what will drive the company as it breaks out of the gate.

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'Ready To Go'

Executives with DXC Technology – the new name for the solution provider giant formed by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services group of Hewlett Packard Enterprise – introduced investors Wednesday to the new company, which will debut Monday "ready to go," according to Chairman, President, and CEO Mike Lawrie.

Executives forecast a first-year revenue range of $24 billion to $24.5 billion. When the merger was announced in May 2016, Lawrie called it a "natural first step" in the restructuring plans for both CSC and HPE, spurred by losses from both companies' traditional IT outsourcing clients that stopped doing business with them or wound down contracts.

Click through to read 10 things about DXC that were presented to investors Wednesday.

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