I am from erstwhile HP and very much like the culture and working style at HP/HPE. Been at DXC for a very short stint. There is some turbulence in the company management since it is a transition period for CSC + HPE Enterprise services to come together and function as DXC. Hopefully only the good aspects from both the parent companies get carried forward.
Good to start but never even think of staying for long. As you get some experience, start searching for other new opportunities that are waiting for u
Assistant Professor (Former Employee) – noida – January 18, 2018
Every day is somehow different for everyone. And for me it is like learning new things. Learning is overall good, however it again depends on the person if he is willing to learn or he is interested in learning or not. Management is not there to help you. You have to help yourself if there is need of HR or some other concerned departments.
Test Analyst (Current Employee) – Bangalore, Karnataka – January 9, 2018
Productive ,Hardworking ,Flexible Expertise in Manual/Functional Testing. Good exposure to stages of SDLC, STLC Life Cycle. Extensive work experience on System testing, Functional testing, Regression Testing, User Interface Testing, Ad-hoc testing
PROGRAM MANAGER (Current Employee) – Bengaluru, Karnataka – January 3, 2018
I give only a bare average rating for this company especially after the merger and creation of this company under the new brand name of DXC. The folks here are overloaded with work, the management is not much bothered about work-life balance and the customers are not being handled with the right set of expectations.
Associate Professional (Former Employee) – Chennai, India – January 3, 2018
I worked in DXC for 2 years and those 2 years were a great learning opportunity.
My typical day-in and day-out used to be offering 24X7 production support (back-end data). My role was to coordinate with various teams and raise support ticket for all issues, analyze root cause and assist in efficient resolution of all production processes.
My take away from this job was analytical thinking, ability to prioritise the tasks, handling people and pressurised situations and time management.
The most enjoyable part of the job is coordinating with different business teams and IT groups and the hardest would be having to do over time when the incidents are many and work on holidays/weekends as the support will be 24X7.
Overall, The job is definitely more interesting, as one will get to learn about the applications, networks and servers.