April 1, 2017 has gone down the records as a special day since it the actual time Computer Sciences Corporation (NYSE:CSC) and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co (NYSE:HPE)

Have stricken a merger to form DXC Technology Company (NYSE:DXC).It of course goes without saying that this is a progressive move which expected to result in the generation of high revenues that will help towards the implementation of some more progressive strategies that will help propel the company to the highest success levels.

As a matter of fact, DXC Technology Company (NYSE:DXC) is one of the top end companies that are doing pretty well in the provision of the independent, end-to-end IT services. According to the company’s top executives, today is the day the company rings the opening bell to mark its kick-starting the trading activities at the New York Stock Exchange and in doing so it will be operating using the symbol “DXC.”It is a moment of great transformation for the company since it will now fall under S&P 500 index.

 DXC Technology chairman, president and chief executive officer, Mike Lawrie is happy about the successful close of the latest transaction. From a speculative point of view, the company has what it takes to ideally meet all the needs of the fast changing technology market place.

The company’ board has plans underway that will guide the company through the process delivering its promise of servings its wide customer base with greater value as well as growth opportunities. Of course that doesn’t stop at only the customers, it goes ahead to offer the required satisfaction to partners and shareholders.

Just like any other company with the goal of growing to become an industry leader, DXC has plans underway and this time around it is about carrying out a series of global launch activities. This is set to start this morning and according to sources, the employee events will continue in more than 150 sites not forgetting that the inauguration will target introducing the new company in the market arena.