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November 4, 2016

CSC, PwC partner to deliver digital transformation solutions

The alliance provides end-to-end services spanning business and IT, implementation and operations.

By CBR Staff Writer

IT services provider CSC has partnered with consultancy firm PwC to deliver digital transformation solutions to companies.

The alliance offers clients end-to-end services to deliver next-generation business and technology innovation.

It will provide enterprise transformation programmes in a new way for maximising value, quality and predictability of business outcomes.

CSC will support PwC in leading strategy and business transformation.  The technology transformation, design and implementation will be led by CSC with support from PwC.

The partnership will provide transformation services spanning strategy through execution and long-term support for clients who need an end-to-end transformation partner.

It links next-generation technology capabilities to deliver on next-generation business model and allows business and IT innovation for complete enterprise transformation.

Business outcomes will be delivered with end-to-end accountability between business and IT. The alliance offers de-risking complex integration and transformation programmes.

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CSC vice president and general manager of global consulting Carlos Lopez-Abadia said: “With our complementary expertise, best-of-breed business and technology capabilities, and world-class ecosystem of alliance partners, CSC and PwC will guide clients through every step of today’s challenging digital transformation journey.”

CSC has reported a 7.2% increase in its second-quarter revenue to $1.87bn, from $1.74bn for the same period in 2015.

Global business services’ revenue rose 16.2% to $1.03bn, compared to $891m in the year ago quarter.

Global infrastructure services’ revenue decreased 2.1% to $836m, compared to $854m in the year-ago quarter.

CSC chairman, president and CEO Mike Lawrie said: “In the second quarter, CSC delivered revenue growth and sequential margin improvement as we continue to execute on our transformation strategy.”

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