back to article HPE unscrambles its services eggs, calls the results 'Pointnext'

With Enterprise Services about to become a past problem for HPE, the business has rebranded the remaining consultancy unit, killing off the Technology Services tag in favour of Pointnext. HPE last year decided to “spin” ES into CSC. From April, that combined entity will be called “DXC Technologies” and will get to do things …

  1. gv

    Long Term Plan

    So what's the long term strategy regarding the aim "to have 60 per cent of its workforce do their thing from low-wage countries" once those low-wage countries reach wage parity?

    1. Death_Ninja

      Re: What's the strategy?

      Move on to the next suckers^H^H^H^H^H^H talent pool.

      The world is a big place, there are always countries poorer than the USA.

    2. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Long Term Plan

      That "strategy" is for HPE Enterprise Services which is about to be merged into CSC to form DXC Technology.

      PointNext is basically just the existing HPE Technology Services division renamed.

    3. Anonymous Coward
      Anonymous Coward

      Re: Long Term Plan

      Isn't the long term plan just to do expensive rebranding exercises with marketing experts, resulting in even dumber names until you eventually go bust?

  2. Korev Silver badge


    Wonders how long it'll be until some of the few remaining staff are pointnexited

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    Wonder how the folks who left one enterprise company to join the HPE storage team, are doing?

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