TYSONS, Va.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–lt;a href=”https://twitter.com/hashtag/DXCDigitalDirections?src=hash” target=”_blank”gt;#DXCDigitalDirectionslt;/agt;–Business leaders can find valuable guidance for accelerating digital
transformation in a new series of position papers from DXC Technology
(NYSE: DXC). The “DXC
Digital Directions” series, authored by the company’s global
technology leaders, explores digital opportunities for enterprises to
gain actionable, data-driven insights; drive better customer
experiences; increase employee performance; and deliver better business
“Businesses are looking to scale their digital efforts, drawing strength
from new digital service platforms and deeper integration of enterprise
processes,” said Dan Hushon,
senior vice president and chief technology officer, DXC Technology. “As
companies realign for the new digital realities, business leaders need
to acquire the knowledge, technology and solutions to successfully
transform. The DXC Digital Directions papers offer guidance on how to
embrace transformation, create a digital culture, and develop
high-performing teams using all of the advanced technology tools
available to them.”
The DXC Digital Directions position papers
The DXC Digital Directions position papers explore how the adoption of
digital technologies can contribute to top-line growth and cost-based
improvements, as well as continuous optimization of business processes.
The series addresses the fundamentals of building and evolving a strong
digital platform to leverage data in the enterprise, and outlines
opportunities afforded by innovations in cloud/hybrid IT, risk,
analytics, applications, workplace and delivery. It also covers the
digital dynamics in financial services, healthcare, insurance, and
travel, transportation and hospitality.
The papers in the series include:
your transformation to a digital business (overview) —
Companies are now looking to rapidly scale their digital efforts,
drawing strength from new digital service platforms. These efforts are
not only reshaping products and services but also driving entry into
digital ecosystems and transforming productivity.
to a modern enterprise with hybrid IT — Enterprises need
strategies that enable traditional IT to work in harmony with data
streams located on premises, in the cloud and at the edge. Hybrid IT
applies modern approaches to pull the legacy environment forward and
create more business value.
risk and enterprise security in a digital world —
Organizations should plan for digital transformation and security
simultaneously. Security and risk management must be integrated up
front into development and delivery processes to ensure resilient
systems and to mitigate risk.
advanced analytics into every aspect of your digital business
— Operating an information-driven digital business means continuously
developing insights that drive new value, increase automation and give
rise to creative workers.
customers with better digital application experiences —
Companies must understand the context of their customers’ journeys and
create digital application services for them based on a modern digital
your digital workplace as an innovation center —
Organizations that understand the digital workplace are embracing the
technologies, policies and tech-savvy employees that propel
innovation. By monitoring quality of experience rather than quality of
service, IT shifts to predicting potential problems and providing
easy-to-use self-service and self-healing capabilities.
for operations to deliver on digital transformation
— Companies should adopt a “design for operations” approach to
software development and delivery powered by analytics, lean
techniques and automation. Intelligent automation boosts agility and
accelerates digital transformation by delivering greater insights,
speed, repeatability, scalability and efficiency.
Four additional papers examine how select industries are capitalizing on
digital banking to succeed in financial services — Financial
services providers must rethink their place in the value chain and
determine which services to provide and which to outsource. They must
also establish a digital platform that takes advantage of new
technologies and opens core processes to third parties.
healthcare data to deliver better patient care — Healthcare
and life sciences organizations must establish a rich information
ecosystem that leverages new sources of patient data in ways that lead
to better health outcomes.
insurance by engaging customers in the digital age —
Leading insurers will create an ongoing relationship between
themselves and policyholders and embrace a modern,
AI-enhanced insurance platform to deliver differentiating customer
experiences and simplified offerings.
intelligent transportation systems are changing the industry —
Deploying a connected transportation platform that unifies data
throughout the travel journey creates new value for both passengers
Access the DXC Digital Directions position papers and helpful
- DXC Corporate overview and infographic.
- DXC Digital Directions blog.
- Follow us on Twitter at @DXCTechnology
- Follow Dan Hushon at @DanHushon for
more on the digital enterprise journey.
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 www.dxc.technology
and explore thrive.dxc.technology,
DXC’s digital destination for changemakers and innovators.
Allison Wilson, Corporate Media Relations
Donna Jenks, Corporate Media Relations
Jonathan Ford, Investor Relations