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DXC Technology CEO Mike Lawrie: We Want To Be An Industry Leader

What lies ahead for the new solution provider behemoth after the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services group of Hewlett Packard Enterprise? CEO Mike Lawrie fielded several questions from analysts and investors this week, just days before DXC's official debut.

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Lawrie: "We've Got A Long Way To Go."

About 11 months after the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services Group of Hewlett Packard Enterprise was announced, the new entity – DXC Technology – will debut on Monday.

In a presentation to investors and analysts this week, company executives have forecast a first-year revenue target of $24 billion to $24.5 billion, and a three-year annual revenue growth goal of 1 to 4 percent. The company will focus heavily on digital transformations, fortified by a client roster of about 6,000, including more than 40 percent of the Fortune 500.

Responding to questions at the end of this week's presentation to investors and analysts, Lawrie said CSC has "come a long way in five years; we've got a long way to go."

Click through to read what else Lawrie said. The questions and answers have been edited for clarity and brevity.

 
 
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