DXC Technology announced that Rob Del Bene has been appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, reporting to DXC Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer Mike Salvino. He will officially begin his role effective June 15, 2023, succeeding CFO Ken Sharp, who is leaving DXC for personal reasons and will remain at DXC until September 15, 2023, to help ensure a smooth transition.
“Rob is an outstanding addition to our leadership team”
Del Bene is a seasoned financial executive with more than 40 years of experience in various senior leadership positions. He has served as IBM’s Vice President and Controller; General Manager, IBM Global Financing; Vice-President and Treasurer; and other senior roles.
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Del Bene’s comprehensive experience, which includes having served as CFO, IBM Global Services Group for five years, gives him a unique mix of understanding of the industry, operating and leadership skills, and the discipline needed to execute on DXC’s financial commitments.
Most recently, he served as General Manager at IBM Technology Lifecycle Services, IBM’s $6 billion technology support business. This experience positions him well to partner across our business and with our business leaders.
“Rob is an outstanding addition to our leadership team,” said Salvino. “He is a proven, hands-on and strategic finance leader who knows the industry and has the deep experience needed as DXC focuses on delivering higher quality revenue, margin EPS and expanding free cash flow while maintaining our solid financial foundation. I also want to thank Ken for his contributions to DXC and wish him and his family all the best.”
“I am thrilled to join DXC at this exciting moment in the company’s history,” Del Bene said. “Mike and his team have created a quality company during the past few years, and I am eager to join their efforts in creating sustainable growth and consistent execution around revenue, margin, earnings per share and free cash flow expansion.”