DXC helps manufacturers rapidly exploit the digital era. By aligning smart factory and Industry 4.0 concepts, our customers can manufacture their products faster, improve efficiencies and transform supply chains.

DXC Technology designs and deploys digital solutions at scale for manufacturing customers to modernize the way they use technology to deliver better outcomes. As manufacturers shift to digital technology, they face challenges in integrating new solutions with their existing technology landscapes.

DXC’s technology independence, combined with our industry-leading partnerships and digital talent ecosystem, enable us to deliver innovative solutions with the scale, speed and agility required by leading manufacturers — producing new value and efficiencies to get the most out of technology investments. 

6 of the top 10 Fortune 500
Aerospace and Defense companies trust DXC to run, secure and maintain on-premises technology infrastructure
DXC’s Smart Factory has an impressive on-time delivery record

“Nissan’s modern workplace initiatives not only helped us overcome COVID-19, but also established a foundation to support the flexible and highly productive working style required in the new normal era.”

Masateru Takakuwa
Global Digital Platform Division 
Nissan Motor Co.



Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

The company is partnering with DXC Technology to transform traditional approaches to manufacturing and modernize the shop floor with a next-generation digital manufacturing execution system (MES) tied together with the digital thread.


O-I Glass

O-I Glass worked with DXC, taking the Cloud Right approach to consolidate, modernize and secure its entire IT estate to support business initiatives and free up funds for innovation. It modernized its data center, only deploying cloud where it made sense.


Global manufacturer

Moving to a multi-cloud environment using DXC’s Cloud Right approach is helping a global manufacturing company increase scalability while saving costs.

Analytics and engineering

Global auto manufacturer

DXC helps a global auto manufacturing company tackle the autonomous mobility data problem for self-driving cars with data engineering, analytics and machine learning.

Services and offerings

Business Process Outsourcing

Reduce costs, ensure business continuity and gain efficiencies by circumventing ongoing maintenance and operational costs. 

Analytics and Engineering

Discover data-driven insights and deploy complex software engineering at scale to drive the next-gen smart factories. 


Transform, develop, implement and manage your applications estate across legacy and modern enterprise, industry and cloud-native applications. 


Simplify and build cyber resilience into your factories and operations to be secure to the core and freed up to focus on business. 


Operate your IT estate with scale, access valuable data insights, and innovate with speed and agility — all while maintaining business continuity and resiliency. 

IT Outsourcing

Scale-up or scale-down resources based on demand and optimize the workforce with cost-effective IT outsourcing that is simplified and optimizes IT estates.  

Modern Workplace

Create intelligent, digitally connected factories and workplaces leveraging next generation technology to increase productivity, attract and retain employees and drive efficiency — at scale. 

Modernize legacy IT to get Cloud Right

In this Forbes article, DXC's Vinod Bagal shares how four leading companies are taking different paths to cloud. For French train manufacturer Alstom, DXC migrated about 300 applications and hundreds of servers to the cloud in under a year.

Explore the latest trends in AD&M

In DXC’s new series Delphi@DXC, our subject matter experts provide valuable insights to help aerospace, defense and manufacturing companies realize their strategic objectives. In this video, discover why it's important to take a holistic approach when creating a PLM strategy.

How manufacturers are shedding the limitations of dated ERP systems

Every revision, addition and tweak to legacy ERP systems, many of which are decades old, makes it that much harder to maintain and upgrade the platform.

A wake-up call for manufacturers: Cyber-attackers are at your door

Protecting information in a manufacturing organization is very different from protecting information in other industries.