DXC Technology has appointed Andrew Wilson as executive vice president and global lead of modern workplace, reporting directly to DXC Chairman, President and CEO Mike Salvino.
Wilson is the third high-profile executive to join the company, along with Howard Boville and Rob Del Bene, since DXC implemented its offering-led operating model in April.
DXC now has executives leading each of the company’s six global offerings, positioning it for growth and expansion of margin, earnings per share and free cash flow, the company said.
“We are pleased to welcome Andrew to DXC. He will be an excellent addition to the leadership team and is the right person to run our Modern Workplace offering,” Salvino said. “He has a track record of attracting industry talent, infusing innovation, and building relationships with customers and ecosystem partners. All of this adds up to Andrew having a proven ability to develop and execute highly effective growth strategies, which fits perfectly with our focus at DXC.”
Wilson served most recently as Microsoft’s chief digital officer. Prior to that, he served as chief information officer at Accenture, and before that, he was the CEO of GE Capital IT Solutions.
“I’m honored and excited to join DXC’s leadership team at a moment when the company is poised to move from a focus on stability to growth,” Wilson said. “I have watched the progress DXC has made under Mike’s leadership around its financial stability, culture, customer delivery focus and governance, and it is very clear to me the company is now poised to deliver on its potential. I look forward to leveraging my expertise and relationships to help DXC grow.”