DXC Technology Acquires Syscom

dxcDXC Technology (NYSE: DXC), a Tysons, VA-based IT services company bringing digital innovation to enterprises, acquired Syscom, a provider of service management and security consulting and solutions in Norway.

The amount of the deal was not disclosed.

The acquisition will extend DXC Technology’s reach and scale of its security operations and service management capabilities, as well as its leadership as a global ServiceNow (NYSE: NOW) solutions provider. It also expands DXC’s presence in Norway and ability to lead Norwegian clients across the public sector and commercial industries.

Founded in 1987 and led by Pål Nome, CEO, Syscom is an independent provider of service management and security operations solutions and consulting. Through its professional services practice, they have driven customer innovation, workflow automation for Norway’s enterprise market for both the private and public sector. Its strategical technology partners are ServiceNow, Splunk, BMC and Symantec.

DXC Technology is an independent, end-to-end IT services company, manages and modernizes mission-critical systems, integrating them with new digital solutions. The company’s global reach and talent, innovation platforms, technology independence and extensive partner network serve more than 6,000 private- and public-sector clients in 70 countries.

With expertise in consulting, delivering and managing ServiceNow solutions, DXC enables clients to modernize and integrate their mainstream IT to deploy digital solutions at scale. In addition to being a Global Elite Partner, the company is a Gold Sales and Services Partner within the ServiceNow ecosystem.

DXC has more than 1,000 people dedicated to its ServiceNow practice and has completed over 4,000 successful implementations. Its practice also manages over 340 ServiceNow instances directly for customers.

The addition of Syscom is the company’s third recent acquisition of digital service management capabilities in the region, following the acquisitions of Logicalis SMC in the Netherlands and BusinessNow in Denmark.



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