Channel veteran Karl Sice has joined DXC Technology in Australia four months after exiting Arrow.
Sice will serve as client partner for DXC and will be responsible for the general management, delivery of solutions and growth for its NSW government business in Australia.
According to a DXC spokesperson, Sice will largely be focused on driving business outcomes through transformation and the modernisation of applications, infrastructure, employee and customer experience and business process outsourcing.
Sice left his previous role as Arrow general manager of Enterprise Computing Solutions (ECS) across Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) in January.
Sice — inducted into the ARN Hall of Fame in 2017 — joined Arrow in 2019, replacing Andrew Assad, following management positions at ALE, ASI Solutions and Winc, previously Staples.
Prior to this, Sice was general manager of Acronis across Pacific and A/NZ, having also held sales and director roles at Gartner and Sun Microsystems, respectively.
At the end of last year, DXC ramped up its operations in NSW with the launch of its Customer Engagement Centre in the Sydney CBD, which was designed to facilitate improved customer collaboration, fitting in with the ‘future’ of work’ ideology.
Earlier this month, the global systems integrator gained its Oracle’s Cloud Solutions Provider Expertise (CPSE) for the fifth consecutive year.
Part of the Oracle PartnerNetwork program, the CSPE recognises DXC Technology as a partner with the skills and demonstrated experience to build, deploy, run and manage both Oracle and non-Oracle workloads on Oracle Cloud.