The IT and professional services markets in which CSC competes are not dominated by a single company or a small number of companies.
A substantial number of companies offer services that overlap and are competitive with those offered by the company. Some of these
are large industrial firms, including computer manufacturers and major aerospace firms that may have greater financial resources
than CSC and, in some cases, may have greater capacity to perform services similar to those provided by the company.
In addition, the increased importance of offshore labor centers has brought a number of foreign-based firms into competition with CSC.
Offshore IT outsourcers selling directly to end-users have captured an increasing share of awards as they compete directly with U.S. domestic suppliers of these services. The company continues to increase resources in offshore locations to somewhat mitigate this market development.
CSC's ability to obtain business is dependent upon its ability to offer better strategic concepts and technical solutions, better value, a quicker response, more flexibility or a combination of these factors. In the opinion of the company's management, CSC's lines of business are positioned to compete effectively in the BSS, MSS and NPS markets based on its technology and systems expertise and large project management skills. It is also management's opinion that CSC's competitive position is enhanced by the full spectrum of IT and professional services it provides, from consulting to software and systems design, implementation and integration, to information technology and business process outsourcing to technical services, delivered to a broad commercial and government customer base.
CSC's top competitors include Accenture, HP Enterprise Services, LLC, and IBM Global Services.
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