It was 1959. Two computer engineers came up with an idea. They wanted to provide complex programs, operating systems and compliers to computer manufacturers so that computers could be easier to use. Thus, with a capital of a 100$, Roy Nutt and Fletcher Jones happened to start the Computer Sciences Corporation. The idea was ground breaking. The time where there were about 4000 computers in the entire world, Computer Sciences Corporation laid the foundation to what we know today as the IT industry. With the technical expertise of Nutt and the marketing genius of Jones, Computer Science Corporation offered software solutions that other company did and had a striking edge over its competitors.
Within a span of four years, the company had a contract with almost every computer manufacturer in the United States. It was quite a journey. By the mid-sixties, CSC had been providing services to corporations like NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory, U.S Atomic Energy Commission, and U.S Military and designed payroll system for major financial institutions in the country. The brand played a huge role in the U.S Space Program.