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DXC Technology’s New CEO: 5 Things You Need To Know About Mike Salvino

‘Mike (Lawrie) has done a great job putting together CSC and HPE,’ DXC Technology’s new CEO Mike Salvino says. ‘He’s also make some nice strategic acquisitions of things like Luxoft. Being able to put ‘phase one,’ as I call it, behind us, and being able to move to phase two, which is a focus on growth, this is an ideal time to get on with that program and also accelerate our strategy.’

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DXC’s first CEO and President Mike Lawrie announced this week that he’s stepping down and handing the reins to Mike Salvino, business process outsourcing Hall-of-Famer and former Accenture Operations group head.

Lawrie said after running CSC as CEO, managing the spin merger with HPE, as well as the spin-off of Perspecta, he approached the DXC board of directors last August about retiring.

“I went to the board last August and suggested that I wanted to retire. I wanted to try to retire by the end of the summer this year. The board put a very thorough succession process in place. We got to the candidate who we thought was ideally suited to lead the next phase of DXC.

We wanted to take that next step, and we wanted the right person. We got the right person. And he was ready. I was ready. We felt that now was the perfect time to make that transition. These transitions as you know, take a little time. I’m going to be working with Mike very closely over the next few months fully moving down the learning curve, and looking at different alternatives we have as he examines the businesses, and makes sure those businesses fit the strategy. So that’s work that can’t wait. We felt like it was time to embark on that.”

Salvino comes to the job with more than 30 years in IT industry leadership, most recently working as managing director at Carrick Capital Partners, a private equity firm.

 
 
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