Wednesday 19 July 2017

**NEW RESEARCH** DXC Technology: Revenue analysis and leadership Q&A

dxcLaunched in April this year, and created through the merger of CSC and HPE Enterprise Services, DXC Technology (UK) has done well to not decline in revenue terms. Its unchanged FY17 revenue figure of £3.2bn (based on pro-forma estimates for CSC, HPE ES and Xchanging) belies a very varied performance beneath the surface. In Public Sector, DXC saw double-digit declines, but in Financial Services it saw double-digit growth - thanks to the early stages of its contract with Deutsche Bank. Not surprisingly, this dynamic was reflected in the largest of its business segments, Infrastructure Services, which held revenue steady at c£1.8bn. The appointment of industry veteran, Nick Wilson, to the role of UK MD was a good move. While he certainly has his work cut out to get the company back to growth, we suspect the leadership team will be happy with another year during which the company does not decline. However, going forward, DXC will not be able to rely on the large Deutsche Bank contract to counter declining contracts elsewhere, which will put increased pressure on the top line.

This research note takes a look at how the DXC Technology (UK) business now looks from a revenue segmentation perspective, taking account of our brand new estimates for the company. It also includes a Q&A with Nick WIlson, the company's new leader in the UK.

Subscribers to our Foundation Service and InfrastructureViews can read the piece here: DXC Technology: Revenue analysis and leadership Q&A.

Posted by Kate Hanaghan at '09:37' - Tagged: leadership   revenue