DXC technology leveraged by Airbus to drive business transformation

DXC to improve delivery performance, innovation capabilities and employee experience with ServiceNow technologies

TOULOUSE, France, 21 November 2023 /PRNewswire/ — DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) has been awarded a multi-year contract by Airbus to support innovation across the aerospace business as it digitizes its operations. Under the terms of the agreement, DXC will manage Airbus’ ServiceNow platform, enhancing innovation and sustainable growth opportunities.

By strengthening and expanding its use of ServiceNow software, DXC is helping Airbus improve its global service management capabilities, improve the employee experience with faster IT incident resolution and a reduced fulfillment time for IT requests.

Airbus will benefit from more cost-effective and robust services that will help it meet its core objectives of operational excellence, delivery performance and innovation.

“Airbus is one of the most innovative companies in the world and we are proud to be a partner in the digitization of its operations,” said Brian Miller, Global Lead, Enterprise Applications at DXC Technology. “Our ServiceNow capabilities are part of our +1 billion USD ServiceNow managed services practice, which is staffed by thousands of certified experts around the world.”

Launched in January 2022, DXC’s ServiceNow Strategic Business Group provides consulting, systems integration and managed services to help clients streamline processes across the enterprise, including HR, customer service, IT and asset management. Today, over 1,400 certified ServiceNow experts make up DXC’s practice, which manages over 7,000 deployments for more than 350 customers globally.

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