DXC buys computer-related services and consulting firm
Tysons-based DXC Technology has acquired Virtual Clarity, a computer-related services and consulting firm. Financial details for the deal were not disclosed in Friday's announcement.
Founded in 2008, Virtual Clarity has offices in London and New York. It provides services to customers in industries such as financial services, health care, manufacturing and telecommunications.
DXC, a Fortune 500 IT services company, said the acquisition would help position it as a major provider of IT modernization services for applications and infrastructure. Company officials said the move also strengthens its ability to assess, design and manage transformations to cloud.
“Virtual Clarity is a solid fit with our growth strategy with proven expertise in IT transformation and cloud migration,“ Mike Salvino, DXC’s president and CEO, said in a statement. “The company complements and enhances DXC’s capabilities in cloud, platforms and IT modernization, enabling DXC to help our clients with their digital transformation journey and improve their business outcomes.
DXC said Virtual Clarity builds on its June acquisition earlier this year of Luxoft Holdings Inc., a Switzerland-based digital strategy and software engineering firm, as it provides services to customers seeking industry-specific application development and innovation as part of their IT modernization.
DXC has more than 6,000 customers in 70 countries.