Delivering mission-critical global IT services
James Dunn, director of government and regulatory affairs
DXC Technology, a Fortune 500 IT services leader with over 130,000 global employees, excels in delivering essential IT services that drive business impact. Their unwavering commitment to Europe and digital innovation is evident in the mission-critical services provided to customers across multiple European countries.
Operating from their Global Innovation and Delivery Centres across North America, South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia, DXC expertly addresses complex technological challenges. Their comprehensive service offerings encompass business process outsourcing, analytics, engineering, applications, security, cloud, IT outsourcing, and modern workplace solutions. And they boast a vast, interconnected workforce, with global reach, strong engineering skills, and the ability to meet diverse customer needs, including cost, regulatory, language, and business continuity requirements.
Their work extends to supporting critical projects, such as transforming the Danish Government's citizenship database, implementing Covid-19 pandemic schemes in Flanders, innovating in the French water sector, and rolling out an agriculture data management system in Italy. They also foster innovation in the UK Public Sector, Aerospace, and Defence, collaborating, for example, with the Scottish Government to create cutting-edge services through data analysis and artificial intelligence.
Beyond the public sector, serves as the digital partner for Manchester United, achieving global popularity with their sports app. They also contribute to the transformation of the European automotive sector, playing a significant role in Ferrari's global IT operations and through collaborations with Mercedes-Benz AG, Nissan, and the Volkswagen Group - offering innovative, customer-centric services.
DXC Technology actively addresses the European tech skills gap through social initiatives. The DXC Dandelion Program operates in the UK and Bulgaria, empowering individuals on the autism spectrum with IT skills. The Digital Futures Academy, a four-year collaboration with the Manchester United Foundation, enhances the tech capabilities of young people in the UK while bolstering the tech talent pipeline. In Sweden, DXC leverages technology to enhance the experiences of volunteers and players at the world's largest international youth football tournament, the Gothia Cup.
In all aspects of their operations, DXC Technology has consistently demonstrated a commitment to excellence, innovation, and social responsibility. Their relentless pursuit of excellence and their contribution to the community make them a true leader in the field of global IT services.