Russell Jukes, vice president of Application Development, oversees the strategic
delivery of all IT projects and business applications of DXC Technology’s IT global
function. Utilizing his long history of experience-driven processes and innovative
techniques, he drives DXC IT’s digital footprint across the organization.
Mr. Jukes is responsible for managing the world-class delivery of applications to
provide our people with the technology and simplified processes that are digitally
changing how DXC runs its business. Driven by automation and agile techniques,
these applications enable a more productive workforce by offering leading edge,
consumer grade technologies to make it easier to work at DXC. These services help
strengthen DXC’s position as the world’s largest provider of information technology
services and solutions to organizations of all sizes.
With more than 20 years of experience, Mr. Jukes is a globally experienced IT
executive with a history of delivering results. He is exceptionally strong in core IT
principles and financials, digital transformations, mergers and acquisitions, end user
experience, project management, and C-suite business relationship management.
Mr. Jukes has a history of proven leadership in driving large scale strategic change
initiatives and optimizing IT costs, while building high performing teams. Mr. Jukes has
a passion for collaborative strategic planning and problem solving utilizing advanced IT
Prior to DXC, Mr. Jukes worked as senior director of IT Infrastructure and Operations
for Hewlett-Packard Enterprise (HPE). Prior to HPE, he held numerous positions in
global IT service management and transformation, and data center and application
Mr. Jukes serves on the Board of Advisors for Adapt Ideations – a leading asset
intelligent management company developing solutions for high value and temperature
sensitive assets within the global supply chain.
Mr. Jukes now resides in Houston, Texas with his wife and three kids. Mr. Jukes
earned a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from the University of Liverpool, UK