CSC Elevates James Taylor to New Leadership Role

CSC (NYSE: CSC) appointed James Taylor to the position of vice president and global segment lead.

In his new role, he will be tasked with for developing business within the travel and transportation industries.

According to the firm, “Taylor will report to Mary Jo Morris, president of CSC’s Technology and Consumer Group, and will be charged with leveraging CSC’s strengths in consulting, systems design and integration, managed hosting and outsourcing, while driving CSC’s portfolio of industry solutions.”

The firm is confident Taylor’s experience will serve as a resource for the firm.

“I am pleased to announce Jim’s appointment to segment leader for CSC’s Travel and Transportation practice. His contributions to our group have helped to define the strategic direction of this new segment, ” Morris said. “Jim’s industry experience in Transportation and Logistics, coupled with his entrepreneurial approach, ability to develop key strategic relationships and quickly execute a go-to-market strategy, will help foster innovation, leverage CSC’s world-class delivery excellence and drive business results for our clients.”

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