CSC Celebrates 50th Year of Technology Leadership



Michael W. Laphen - Chairman, President and CEO
Michael W. Laphen - Chairman, President and CEO

Just over 50 years ago, Roy Nutt and Fletcher Jones quit their jobs and founded Computer Sciences Corporation.  With only a few hundred dollars, the two scientists risked it all and the result is a leading global consulting, systems integration and outsourcing organization with over 92, 000 employees in 80 countries.  CSC Chairman, President and CEO, Michael W. Laphen said,  “CSC has evolved over the years into a remarkable organization of talented, dedicated individuals.  Our achievements have always been measured by the success of our clients, and we’re pleased to offer creative ideas, global reach and highly flexible service capabilities. While we recognize that the economy is experiencing a time of extraordinary change, we will continue to invest in our future and use our 50 years of strength and experience to help our clients emerge stronger than ever.”  Read more here….

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