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DXC Technology acquires another ServiceNow partner

DXC Technology acquires another ServiceNow partner

Expands security operations and service management capabilities

Credit: DXC Technology

DXC Technology has acquired Norway-based Syscom, a service management and security consulting and solutions provider and "leading" ServiceNow partner.

Through the acquisition, the solutions provider giant will extend its "leadership" as a global ServiceNow partner.

Established in 1987, Syscom will support DXC to extend the reach and scale of its security operations and service management capabilities.

"The addition represents another significant investment for DXC in the Nordics," said Joergen Jakobsen, vice president for Northern Europe at DXC Technology. "In Syscom, DXC gains a strong, skilled workforce and a solid customer base – which will further extend DXC’s position as a leading IT-service provider in the Nordics.”

This is the third ServiceNow partner acquired by DXC in the region. In October 2017, Logicalis Group sold its Netherlands-based service management consultancy operation, Logicalis SMC, to DXC Technology.

In November 2018, DXC acquired Denmark-based ServiceNow partner BusinessNow at the same time it acquired UK-based Tesm, also a ServiceNow specialist.

DXC has more than 1,000 people dedicated to its ServiceNow practice and manages more than 340 ServiceNow instances directly for customers.

Since launching as DXC Technology in May 2017 DXC has acquired 15 businesses.


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