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News : CSC Positioned as Insurance ‘Market Leader’ in Ovum Decision Matrix
Falls Church, Va., February, 2016 -- CSC (NYSE: CSC), a provider of technology solutions and services, announced it has been positioned as a "Market Leader" in the Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting an IT Service Provider for the Insurance Sector, 2015-2016.
The report published on 8 January 2016 evaluated a total of nine IT service providers based on technology, execution and market impact. Aggregate scores across these criteria determined vendor placement as a "leader," "challenger" or "follower." CSC was among three of the nine vendors named a market leader.
"CSC has a clear service roadmap for the insurance sector, with a strong emphasis on integration with and efficient management of cloud infrastructure, leveraging the CSC Agility Platform™," said Charles Juniper, principal analyst, financial services technology, at Ovum. "CSC should be considered as a service provider by all potential insurance clients, particularly the largest global players."
Posted by: Laura Collins, Editorial Management
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Computer Sciences Corporation a consulting and information technology (IT) services firm.
Ovum, the analyst and consulting company, is an advisor on telecoms, software and IT services. Resolutely independent, Ovum advises large corporates, IT and software vendors, IT service providers, telecoms operators, regulators, service providers and equipment suppliers. It analyses the commercial impact of technology and market changes and has a real strength in advising on the developments where telecoms, software and IT services interact.
Published: Wednesday, February 24, 2016