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CSC seeks to reassure clients following CBA tech bribery scandal

CSC seeks to reassure clients following CBA tech bribery scandal

13 Apr 2015 | The Australian Financial Review

CSC Computer Sciences Corporation executives, led by Australian managing director Seelan Nayagam, have been conducting a charm offensive with local customers and other key corporate partners to stop it losing business from an association with the bribery scandal embroiling Commonwealth Bank of Australia's technology operations.

Mohit Sharma, Director of Mindfields, a niche vendor agnostic advisory firm, said CSC was following the right path by trying to confront any concerns customers may have. "It is a commendable step to proactively brief the existing clients, but it also shows the gravity of the situation," Mr Sharma said.

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