The Computer Sciences Corporation (CSC) is a proud IT (Information Technology) innovator with over 50 years serving global businesses. It began its journey on the 16th of April 1959 and has since revolutionized. It’s become one of the strongest global IT providers. With a dynamic workforce of over 70,000 tenured employees in 70+ countries, it manages to acquire the largest contracts. In April, it reported an annual revenue of $12.2 billion. Fletcher Jones and Roy Nutt are the company’s founding partners who turned a $100 dream into billions.
The CSC legacy only began in 1959. Jones and Butt decided to bring about their own brand after becoming aerospace computer analysts. Initially, they started out supplying operating systems, compilers, assemblers and other technologies to computer manufacturers. As demands increased, so did the business and soon they became a renowned brand serving top-tier computer manufacturing giants like IBM and other companies. Nutt had a keen sense and stellar skills as a programmer, which led to him developing an assembly program. It became widely accepted and was the first that made it to production in the industry. Fletcher handled marketing relations, which he did with integrity and grace. CSC has sustained business relationships with top-tier manufacturing brands like DuPont, General Dynamics, and other groups.
It acquired DynCorp in 2003 which strengthened their federal workforce. It later added other companies to the roster, including FCG (First Consulting Group) and Covansys, both of which it acquired in 2007. This resulted in an increased employee population and business relationships. Internationally, CSC entered new markets and sought opportunities to maximize growth. Back in 2002, it managed the development of the innovative UK-based EMEA headquarters. Then in 2008, it launched a China-based IT services hub that focused on the distribution and delivery aspects of the business. It also strengthened its presence throughout Asia, invading markets in Malaysia, Vietnam, and Lithuania.
The CSC project management portfolio includes a diverse roster of companies, including government-owned organizations, NASA, the IRS, the DOD (Department of Defense) and more. The CSC team includes brilliant minds like Eric Pulier, a published U.S. author, philanthropist, prolific technologist, public speaker, columnist and successful business mogul. Pulier launched about 15 companies, including Amana, ServiceMesh (a CSC project), US Interactive and more. He’s a co-founding partner of a handful of companies within the IT sector too.
Mr. Pulier is also a seasoned investor who has funded numerous technology startups, including Monitor Ventures, Trident Capital and more. In addition, he’s a donor to numerous charities serving global communities. His continued contribution to charitable organizations like the Painted Turtle, where he’s a board member is a blessing. Raising four children of his own, Pulier is a passionate giver, supporting chronically ill youngsters. He’s a committed donor to the renowned XPRIZE Foundation as well.