Mike Klaus, the Applications Services boss of DXC Technology, an independent, end-to-end IT services and solutions company, has reportedly left the company. According to a report by The Register, Klaus’ exit was confirmed when DXC CEO Mike Lawrie sent a memo to the staff thanking Klaus for his time near the top of the organizational chart. Lawrie also unveiled the successor of Klaus. According to the report, the Application Services business, of which Klaus was senior vice president and general manager since DXC was formed in April 2017, will be run by Mahesh Shah with immediate effect. Klaus entered Electronic Data Systems, an HP company, in early 2004 as vice president and GM, and later became VP and GM of Global Applications and Performance Excellence at HP and subsequently of Hewlett-Packard Enterprise before moving onto DXC. The company operates in the Philippines.
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