I’ve seen on a couple of news reports that DXC will sponsor a small part of the Man Utd shirt next season on the arm. What do people make of that? I’d be interested to know how much they’re paying
A couple of tow halls ago so around 6 months ago Sal talked of staff shares. On the last town hall when questioned he apologized that he was personally responsible and hadn't progressed it, but will have a update very soon. 3rd town hall imminent... — read more
The acronym, according to the researchers from the Institute for Ore Research and Time Wasting, stands for Dont Xpect Competency. Good luck all, the name is properly assigned.
This is the only company where I actually became more appreciated when I started working as little as possible. I used to give 110 percent of myself and now I realize I was just being naive. Everything is better now. Instead of stressing about... — read more
I don't get it.... According to Mike 1/Mike 2 DXC always seems to be on the cusp of a huge growth opportunity and forever making substantial progress with its internal transformation every quarter but never actually delivering on the promise. Is it... — read more
People, stop complaining and leave. Make the decision that will make your lives better immensely. It's obvious that after years of layoffs and cutbacks there are no improvements coming anytime soon. Why would anybody voluntarily continue to work for... — read more
If I'm still at DXC for the sixth, I deserve to never get a raise again. I have no plans to stick around, though. Enough is enough, even if it took a while to click.
I don't know how much it is possible to enjoy the holiday season while one is still working at DXC? Eventually I will be able to enjoy it only after I leave here, before the next holiday season.
I mean, if the company isn’t concerned about attrition, and it seems it's not, then why should any of us be concerned about it? Some will now say that they have a lot of work to do, but I was certainly overwhelmed even before some of my... — read more
Dxc sucks the don’t give a damn about anything god don’t like ugly
My one and only wish for this Christmas is to find a new job at a company that appreciates its employees and knows how important they are to its bottom line. A company that rewards hard work and promotes people based on merit. Is that really too much... — read more
Welcome to Kristie Grinnell as she joins DXC Technology as senior vice president and chief information officer. She will help us continue to drive our transformation journey with cutting-edge capabilities. programs for young women... — read more
I don't think they used to have much control to begin with, but now I think they have lost all control over attrition. That's my opinion. I wish it wasn't true and that those at the top know what they are doing, but it seems to me that everything has... — read more
I see they've sold the Israelis. https://en.globes.co.il/en/article-hilan-unit-ness-buys-it-services-co-dxc-israel-1001395502 Probably lucky for them! Which whole country next?
This may be sound like kidding. But as I thought, It's childish behavior for business growth so that It seems to build a KINGDOM for realizing their selfish. Why are they who managements of APAC and Japan less capable than other companies leader... — read more
According to a Gartner , Inc. (NYSE:IT) report, worldwide IT services spending is expected to reach $1.2 trillion in 2021, representing a 9.8% increase from 2020. Therefore, both ACN and DXC should benefit. ACN has gained 61.9% over the past year... — read more
Theres no WFR this year end. What's gone wrong with the DXC culture I've been used to all these years?
I thought it was impossible for that to happen but dxc is the first company where I am actually feeling bored. I thought this was a little more dynamic company before I came here. I am planning to leave but I wonder if others also think this is... — read more
"Congratulations to our CEO, Mike Salvino, for being named one of @Comparably’s Best CEOs of 2021. Mike continues to shape a values-based culture that delivers excellence for our customers and colleagues. Thank you Mike, for your leadership:... — read more
The less you need outsourcing and focusing on supporting legacy technology telling Wall Street that this is leading to new cloud businesses b* when already 40% of Cap Gemini and 300,000 people are generating revenue in the cloud
The contract, only $600 mill, was in danger so in 2005 Aon fired all IT staff to replace with kids. I was bitter of course but took it out on Aon management in a cynical poem - Greg Case was, and is, the CEO and Krista was his accounting babe. Not... — read more
People don’t leave bad companies, they leave bad bosses. That is for sure. I wouldn't like to discuss our current one, because we all know what the current leadership is like, but I am interested in what you think would would be their first moves... — read more
Send more work to India or Philippines so that d x c is price competitive with the other Indian companies. When d x c rates 300% higher do you really think they are going to get any business except from these 175 Platinum clients who cannot outsource... — read more
Whilst Mike and Mary are on another planet in the real world theres more jobs than in 1969, see below. New filings for US unemployment aid dropped sharply last week, bringing them to levels not seen since 1969 for the second time this year, the... — read more
So they can use it to buy back stock or buy another company.. like lux soft. That cr-p company was for sale for years and nobody would buy it. No good aquisitions under m1 and none under m2
Because dxc can't compete at the other 6,000 clients or 50% of the s&p 500! Why? Here is an example! HCL of underpaying thousands of immigrant workers HCL Technologies, which has a big presence in the Triangle, is accused in a new report of... — read more
DXC lost 200 million last quarter and about the same the previous quarter DXC costs are higher than their revenue by about 10% that means they've got to let go 10% of something Your skills are dated that's why they are hiring contractors and... — read more
Great job m2 ken1
I understand we all have the hope of growing with the company we join an get rewarded, if that is not happening let just be Rocky and not his son. Play the system in your favor. Keep moving forward, and get what your are worth :... — read more
Who is better m1 or m2 Comment below
There's no longer leaders who be respected from employees in APAC with Japan. So they have no strategy for business and the future world, I think. What will they do?
There are still a lot of really smart and quality employees here, but there are not enough good leaders. Management is terrible. Problems just pile up, and nothing is getting solved. There is a growing mess at DXC every day. It's sad, because the... — read more
Anyone heard from Chris Drumgoole as to when his putting the new DXC time system? We got a raft of people created a system called "Traxi" and we have to duplicate so much input into numerous systems. Must be costing an arm and a leg all these... — read more
DXC Technology had debt of US$4.38b at the end of September 2021, a reduction from US$8.65b over a year. However, it also had US$2.70b in cash, and so its net debt is US$1.68b.
Tcs profit margin 20% Accenture margin 10% DXC profit margin negative 5%
What I mean is, do they do it on an individual basis or is there a time (after a review or something like that) when they hand them out in bulk? Now that I know that PIPs are used to thin out employees without paying severance and not strictly for... — read more
Accenture market cap is $250 billion and 35 times bigger than DXC The market cap of TCS is 172 billion and is 25 times bigger than DXC DXC market cap is $7 billion
Accenture revenue per employee $100,000 TCS average revenue per employee is $30,000 DXC average revenue per employee is $150,000