If you consider the market, the company is not doing fine. Flat or declining stock value versus large increases at competitors over the past ten years. Maybe they've fixed the debt problem by selling NetSmart, maybe not, those are the noises being made. There's been some biggish wins for the company but theres also significant losses - holding onto the customer base they have with white knuckles at this point. There are some really smart and dedicated people that actually make some pretty neat things. There's also some amazing amounts of disorganization, ignorance, and outright incompetance that balances that out. Some groups are run well, some groups are not, and some aren't even playing with the same rules as everyone else and who knows what they're doing. In terms of tech there's areas where they are far ahead of the buzzword curve and doing really incredible stuff that's way ahead of competitors but there's also bad decisions, old and creaky platforms, slow to adapt to new tech, and some fall on your face tech blunders as well. It's also pretty well established that a lot of the people with experience or knowledge are the ones being removed rather than the people with connections who stay at their level of mediocrity. Can the company be saved? Sure it can, like any other. But don't think its going to happen if they keep blundering around the same way they've been for years now, and just acquiring companies for their clients rather than their technology is not a good long-term strategy as they risk alienating those clients all the time.
Good post by @Y2Gy9NZ-1rup.