NTT DATA announces the launch of NTT DATA EMEAL, a new operational company for Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America
July 29, 2021
NTT DATA Corporation
Tokyo – July 29th, 2021 — NTT DATA, a global digital business and IT services leader, today announced it has newly established NTT DATA EMEAL (Europe, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America) and would start its operation from September 14th.The new company brings everis (with a presence mainly in Europe, and Latin America) and NTT DATA EMEA (with a presence mainly in the UK, Italy, Germany, and Romania) under the same management, with 38,000 employees across 25 countries and a revenue of 3 billion euros.
This integration in the EMEAL region is a fundamental step toward operating as one NTT DATA globally, which aims to simplify and strengthen the organization, reflect its shared vision and values, as well as enhance greater and more seamless collaboration under a single NTT DATA brand. Moreover, it will enable NTT DATA to further collaborate with other NTT Group companies as one NTT and jointly provide clients, communities, and people with end-to-end value propositions from business consulting, industry solutions, digital & IT modernization, business process services, and managed services to edge-to-cloud network fabric.
In this context, Fritz Hoderlein is appointed as CEO of NTT DATA EMEAL. He is currently the CEO of everis which became part of NTT DATA in 2014. He joined the company in 1999, leading business consulting and transformational technology projects both in the Private and Public sectors and held various senior management positions in several countries. He is well versed in the impacts that technology and innovation bring to the business, and is an expert in organizational transformations.
The integrated NTT DATA EMEAL will continue to be committed to supporting clients and communities to transform confidently into the digital future and to contributing to their long-term success with further coordinated global reach and local intimacy.
For the people within the new organization, this integration means they will be able to develop their careers in a more closely coordinated setting, have opportunities with global connection and leverage shared advantages of a leading company in the IT market.
"We are excited about the beginning of this new chapter. An integrated EMEAL region means a simpler and stronger organization and is a fundamental step to becoming one NTT DATA and one NTT in order to add more value to clients, communities and people. Fritz is the right person to lead NTT DATA EMEAL to the next stage, thanks to his proven leadership and strong commitment," says Kaz Nishihata, Senior Executive Vice President & Representative Director, NTT DATA.
"I am honored to lead this newly integrated company, NTT DATA EMEAL as CEO. We have highly talented people and innovative transformational leaders. This amazing team will allow us to create tangible business outcomes through Technology for our clients and provide the best career path for our people," says Fritz Hoderlein, CEO of NTT DATA EMEAL.
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NTT DATA – part of NTT Group – is a trusted global innovator of IT and business services headquartered in Tokyo. We help clients transform through consulting, industry solutions, business process services, digital & IT modernization and managed services. NTT DATA enables them, as well as society, to move confidently into the digital future. We are committed to our clients' long-term success and combine global reach with local client attention to serve them in over 50 countries around the globe. Visit us at NTT DATA.com.
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