Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s regional technology delivery center in West El Paso, and a similar center across the border in Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico are part of DXC Technology, which began trading on the New York Stock Exchange in early April 2017. DXC Technology is the result of a merger between Computer Sciences Corp. (CSC) of Virginia and the information technology services division of California-based Hewlett Packard Enterprise.
The El Paso center at 7730 Market Center Ave. “serves as a critical delivery center in support of our clients, and is representative of our strong employee base in Texas,” according to DXC’s spokesman Richard Adamonis. The Juarez Center is at Hermanos Escobar No. 6755.
“We will be addressing our global facility footprint to determine how to best build our talent base, address client needs and compete in the marketplace,” Adamonis said.
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