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3 Major DXC Technology Lawsuits That Made Waves In 2019

Whether it’s a $666 million win, a draw, or it’s still playing out in court, lawsuits against the business process outsourcing giant have claimed to reveal what goes on behind the scenes.

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What’s Next For DXC?

DXC’s new CEO Mike Salvino -- who comes to the job with more than 30 years of IT industry leadership, most recently working as managing director at Carrick Capital Partners, a private equity firm – said shoring up existing customer base is job number one.

“My primary focus right out of the chute will be that existing customer base, which I think is incredibly important to DXC,” he told investors on a call last month. “Of course, I’m going to use my relationships in the industry, along with working with my talented leadership team to penetrate as many new clients as we can. Right now, our focus will be on our existing clients, growing those new ones, getting them into the digital transformation journey, and obviously getting new logos as best we can.”

Salvino was group chief executive of Accenture Operations from 2009 to 2016, leading 100,000 employees in that unit on a growth journey to 20 percent with $7 billion in annual revenue by the time he retired. In February 2014, he was inducted into the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals, Outsourcing Hall of Fame during a ceremony at the Outsourcing World Summit in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.

Meanwhile, Lawrie is still a member of the board, and is helping ease the transition to the new regime.

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