In order to better service its’ existing multinational and local customers, Falls Church based, Computer Science Corporation (CSC) will open a new information and technology (IT) services delivery facility in Tianjin, China by next spring. For now, they’ll operate from a temporary location for delivering services such as applications development and maintenance. CSC also plans to build a data center facility near Tianjin to support its demands for technology hosting and managed services in the region. Five hundred CSC employees are expected to be employed in Tianjin by 2011.
“We are pleased to announce the establishment of our new China delivery center,” said Michael Laphen, chairman, president and CEO of CSC. “Strengthening our global delivery framework and expanding our presence in Asia are key elements of our multi-year growth strategy.
Jim Sheaffer is the President of CSC’s Federal Sector and runs the company’s largest business unit that provides business and mission solutions to US federal government agencies worldwide. Jim’s extensive IT knowledge, and past international business experience in Asia Pacific, Latin America and Europe, helps advance operational and financial goals to both CSC and their clients.