CSC And Its Timeline And Success Formula

Computer Sciences Corporation was founded by Fletcher Jones and Roy Nutt in Los Angeles, California in April of 1959, and it has grown to be one of the largest multinational information technology professional services provider. The growth and success of Computer Sciences Corporation can be attributed to its quality employment hiring practices, and it can also be attributed to its amazing leadership that began with Fletcher Jones and Roy Nutt, and from those two, the quality leaders of the multinational corporation has stretched all the way to men like Eric Pulier. Computer Sciences Corporation’s success and successful leaders proves that no matter what the entity represents, manufactures or distributes, it will always need a quality figurehead.

Computer Sciences Corporation has always been strong in business, and it employs a vast number of people. At the end of March in 2015, the company reported to have about 90,000 employees that spread over the entire globe into 70 different countries. This figure also makes Computer Sciences Corporation critical to the economies of nations it operates in, vital to the families of its 90,000 employees and an overall key piece in the fabric of global livelihood. The importance and services the company provides for its employees and local economies worldwide is arguably just as important as the products and services that it offers its consumers. The continents that Computer Sciences Corporations does business in include Australia, North America, Europe and Asia. A small start up by two men in 1959 currently offers critical products, services and opportunities in four continents across the globe. That is amazing.

The structure of the business, its minor competition and its acquisitions over the more than 50 years of its operations include things like a three sector operational structure to streamline production and efficiency. In the North American Sector, Computer Sciences Corporation has been a key provider to the United States’ government and its Department of Defence, the CIA, FBI, local law enforcement agencies and the Department of Homeland Security. The next sector is the Managed Services Sector. Finally, the last sector is the Business Solutions and Services Sector. It has also had very little competition since 2009 when Xerox purchased its major competitor, Affiliated Computer Services. Computer Sciences Corporations acquisitions have also served to beef up the corporations productivity too. Two names worth mentioning for acquisitions would be Dyncorp and Covansys Corp.

Eric Pulier has been in the leadership dynasty of this critical company as well, and he did a fantastic job like all of his predecessors. He is a noted author, entrepreneur and philanthropist, and his philanthropy success is a good indicator of how well he can lead. He is an impressive human being and leader.