DXC Technology Named a Leader for Advanced Digital Workplace Services in NelsonHall NEAT Report 2019

DXC also a Leader in Build and Run Services

 (NYSE: DXC), the world’s leading independent, end-to-end
IT services company, today announced it has been positioned as a Leader
in Advanced Digital Workplace Services — Overall market segment, in the
most recent NelsonHall Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT). The report
also named DXC as a Leader in the Build Services Focus and Run Services

The NelsonHall NEAT report, which assessed 14 vendors worldwide,
measures their ability to deliver immediate benefit and to meet client
future requirements in desktop and/or application virtualization,
Windows 10 migration, Office 365 migration, UCC/UCaaS, next-generation
service desk, mobility and identity access management, user security &
endpoint capabilities. The criteria for meeting client future
requirements include partnerships established with clients, mechanisms
in place to drive innovation, level of investment in the service, and
financial stability of the vendor.

“We are proud to earn this honor from NelsonHall for our Advanced
Digital Workplace Services, as it recognizes how DXC is continuing to
support the modern, digital workplace and workforce with innovative
solutions such as augmented reality (AR), augmented information-sharing
and performance analytics,” said Maria Pardee,
senior vice president and general manager, Workplace and Mobility, DXC
Technology. “Our position as a Leader in the NelsonHall report
demonstrates the breadth of expertise and flexible capabilities within
our MyWorkStyle
portfolio, and shows DXC is well poised to deliver exemplary,
employee-preferred solutions to its clients in the future.”

DXC’s Advanced Digital Workplace Strengths

John Laherty, NelsonHall senior research analyst, noted that DXC is
evolving its digital workplace services with a clear focus on improving
the end user experience based on employee preference, augmented with
digital support services that include virtual agent and predictive
analytics. He said, “DXC is taking an approach that looks at how and
where it can work with clients differently, moving from a traditional
approach to a highly automated, integrated and augmented way of working.”

Specifically, the report noted several of DXC’s strengths in Advanced
Digital Workplace Services, including:

  • Large client base across multiple industry verticals, including
    travel and transportation, retail, public sector, energy, banking,
    healthcare, insurance and manufacturing
  • Global scale in AI/cognitive capability, through DXC Bionix
    intelligent automation
  • Utilization of a strategic launch partner, for the Microsoft
    Managed Desktop (MMD) offering
  • Introduction of dedicated digital account general managers for
    Digital Workplace Services
    , to drive innovation across the
    workplace environment
  • Growth of digital transformation centers, in support of
    clients’ digital workplace roadmaps
  • Expanding workplace IoT capabilities and use cases, across
    asset tracking and worker safety, and in beacons, sensors and wearable
    technology for field services
  • Developing modern workspace capabilities, offering smart
    facilities and meeting rooms

The NelsonHall Evaluation & Assessment Tool (NEAT) for Advanced Digital
Workplace Services can be accessed here.

About DXC Technology

As the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, DXC
Technology (NYSE: DXC) leads digital transformations for clients by
modernizing and integrating their mainstream IT, and by deploying
digital solutions at scale to produce better business outcomes. The
company’s technology independence, global talent, and extensive partner
network enable 6,000 private and public-sector clients in 70 countries
to thrive on change. DXC is a recognized leader in corporate
responsibility. For more information, visit dxc.technology
and explore thrive.dxc.technology,
DXC’s digital destination for changemakers and innovators.

About NelsonHall

NelsonHall is
the leading global analyst firm dedicated to helping organizations
understand the ‘art of the possible’ in next generation IT and business
services. With analysts in the US, UK, and Europe, NelsonHall provides
buy-side organizations with detailed, critical information on markets
and vendors (including NEAT assessments) that helps them de-risk their
sourcing engagements and make fast and highly informed sourcing
decisions. For service providers, NelsonHall provides deep knowledge of
market dynamics and user requirements to help them hone & implement
their go-to-market strategies.


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