"It expects to get there by acquisition and organic growth."
Acquisition. Taking over another company and folding some or most of their employees into yours. Merging two different corporate cultures, making a mess of both in the end. Sure, it makes for bigger numbers on the ledger, and hopefully captures more market and customers, but it really feels like a pain to go through for the expected result - which is not always attained.
Here, we have the remnants of HPE employees who are apparently leaving in droves. That is a sign that DXC has a rather big problem on its hands ; its experience is bleeding away. That does not bode well for future execution, meaning acquisition is just going to mask the problems to the outside.
Right now, I do not see a rosy future for DXC.