DXC Technology buys large Tampa IT firm

Tysons-based IT services giant DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) is making its first acquisition since forming as a company in April, buying Tampa Bay-based Tribridge.

Financial terms were not disclosed in a news release announcing the deal. A company spokesman also declined to disclose further terms of the deal.

Tribridge, with $140 million in 2015 revenue, ranked No. 60 on the most recent Tampa Bay Business Journal 200, a List of the largest private companies in the Tampa Bay area. It’s also one of the largest managed IT service providers in that region.

Headed by CEO and co-founder Tony DiBenedetto, the 740-employee Tribridge provides software and cloud services in the area of finance and operations, customer engagement and human capital management to mid-size and large companies.

The company has been expanding, signing a lease earlier this year for additional headquarters space at One Urban Centre in Westshore. Tribridge expects to continue its growth trajectory as part of DXC, DiBenedetto…

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