What CSC's transition to DXC means to health IT in Australia and NZ

IT services giant CSC is gearing up for the finalisation of its merger with the Enterprise Services division of fellow global player Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), with the combined company – worth $26 billion in annual revenue – to be known as DXC Technology.

The new company will be a big player in health IT in Australia and New Zealand, combining well-known brands owned by CSC such as iPM, webPAS, MedChart and iPharmacy, new offerings such as the Lorenzo digital platform, the Microsoft, Oracle and SAP capabilities that CSC acquired with the purchase of UXC in 2016, and now the broader customer base and complementary services from HPE Enterprise Services.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Orion Health, CSC, MedChart, Lorenzo, DXC Technology

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