DXC Technology Expands Enterprise Application Market Leadership through Strategic Cloud Managed Service Provider Partnership with Oracle
ASHBURN, Va., June 30, 2023 /PRNewswire/ – DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), a leading Fortune 500 global technology service provider and member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, today announced that it has expanded its established strategic cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) partnership with Oracle to deliver new application-driven services by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
A leader in the enterprise application services market, DXC delivers application transformation and modernization to its clients, helping them drive business agility and global scalability while reinventing their business through digital innovation. DXC’s flexible offerings enable clients to transform their businesses at the desired speed and achieve the desired results.
The expanded partnership builds on DXC’s multi-year involvement as an Oracle Managed Service Provider (MSP), including validation by an independent audit for the past five consecutive years. Offering Oracle and non-Oracle application services running on OCI will enable DXC to deliver faster, cheaper, and lower-risk transformation solutions.
“DXC is committed to delivering innovative application services that help our clients accelerate their business transformation,” said Brian Miller, global application leader for DXC Technology. “As a strategic provider of managed cloud services, we can now offer the price performance advantage of OCI to our customers while modernizing and transforming their businesses and reducing the costs of their cloud platform.”
DXC has been delivering the full suite of Oracle Cloud solutions and services to customers through Oracle’s integrated suite of cloud-native applications, platform services, infrastructure, and engineered systems. The addition of OCI-powered application services to DXC’s existing offerings will allow DXC to reframe customer conversations to generate new application services, which are financially difficult to offer on other cloud platforms.
“DXC is a long-standing and valued partner and we are pleased to deepen our collaboration to provide a broad range of services and application solutions to clients,” said Ross Brown, senior vice president, NACI Cloud Partner, Oracle. “The strategic partnership of managed service providers will enable DXC to deliver new application solutions and innovations driven by OCI, helping clients achieve their transformation goals.”
According to the sourceDXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) helps global enterprises run their mission-critical systems and operations while modernizing IT, optimizing data architectures, and ensuring security and scalability across public, private, and hybrid clouds. The world’s largest enterprises and public sector organizations trust DXC to implement services that drive new levels of performance, competitiveness, and customer experience at their IT properties.
The Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) is Oracle’s partner program designed to enable partners to accelerate the transition to the cloud and drive superior business results for customers. Customers can accelerate their business goals with OPN Partners who have gained experience with a family of products or a cloud service.
All in all, DXC Technology’s expanded partnership with Oracle through its strategic cloud Managed Service Provider (MSP) partnership will enable them to deliver new application-driven services by leveraging Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). This collaboration allows DXC Technology to offer faster, cheaper, and lower-risk transformation solutions for its clients in the enterprise application services market. By utilizing OCI-powered application services alongside their existing offerings from Oracle Cloud solutions, DXC Technology can provide innovative solutions that help clients achieve their business transformation goals. To learn more about DXC business applications and Software as a Service (SaaS) with Oracle, visit https://dxc.com/us/en/services/applications/eas-oracle.
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