DXC Technology has been recognized as a Leader in the 2024 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Outsourced Digital Workplace Services (ODWS).

Gartner defines the outsourced digital workplace services market as the capabilities required of a provider to deliver consulting, implementation, or support services to end users of technology who utilize end-user devices or applications to conduct business.

The report evaluated 18 service providers based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute. DXC is one of 7 vendors recognized as a Leader in the report.

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DXC recognized for another consecutive year

“We’re proud to be recognized by Gartner as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant for another year,” said Andrew Wilson, General Manager, Modern Workplace, DXC Technology." As we continue to invest in AI and in our DXC UPtime™ platform, we are excited to bring this innovation to both our existing and new customers. We believe this recognition reinforces our commitment to the AI-powered, experience-centric workplace that enables our customers to achieve new levels of workforce productivity and engagement.”.

DXC manages more than 6.9 million devices and 1.1 million managed virtual desktops globally. We assist 36 million contacts per year, supporting 56 human languages and 109 dynamic digital languages. We manage 5 million Microsoft 365 seats and 4 million Teams monthly active users. Customers benefit from over 84% digitally-enabled transactions and report a 95% customer satisfaction score (CSAT).

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Gartner, Magic Quadrant for Outsourced Digital Workplace Services, Karl Rosander, Biswajit Maity, Matt Baldino, Andrea Lanzavecchia, Daniel Barros, March 2024