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DXC Technology CTO On The Power Of Its Microsoft Azure Digital Transformation Practice

‘The notion is we're going to partner much more intimately with clients to ensure that [they get] to the outcomes that they're looking for—whether that is a migration to the cloud, as a way to reoperationalize IT, a modernization to the cloud to begin to transform the business,’ Dan Hushon, DXC senior vice president and CTO, tells CRN.

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DXC, Microsoft Team Up

Tysons, Va.-based DXC Technology recently unveiled a partnership with Microsoft centered around Microsoft Azure that will help DXC move more of its customers to the cloud and do so in a way that is strategically aligned with their goals.

“The notion is we're going to partner much more intimately with clients to ensure that [they] get to the outcomes that they're looking for,” Dan Hushon, DXC senior vice president and chief technology officer, told CRN.

The deal builds on DXC’s already huge Azure practice, which boasts 900 Azure professional certifications and the recognition of being an Azure Expert Managed Service Provider, the highest level of Azure certification, according to DXC. In addition, DXC plans to grow its total number of in-house Azure certifications to 5,000 in the next three years.

“The expanded partnership deepens the long-standing DXC Technology and Microsoft relationship to help organizations more swiftly benefit from digital solutions through Microsoft Azure,” Gavriella Schuster, corporate vice president, One Commercial Partner, Microsoft, said in a statement. “I am inspired by the digital transformation stories from our clients who leverage the power of the Azure cloud. Together, DXC and Microsoft will bring even greater innovation and value to enterprises from Azure.”

DXC and Microsoft said they will co-invest in the development of products and services built for Azure, and go to market jointly with sales, consulting and solution delivery teams composed of DXC’s Azure professionals and Microsoft architects and technical strategists.

Here is more of what Hushon had to say about the partnership in an interview with CRN. 

 
 
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