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NTT Data

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NTT DATA is a top 10 global IT services provider, headquartered in Tokyo and operating in more than 50 countries.

For us, work is not only for technological innovation, it is about connecting people to create better solutions for everyday life.

NTT DATA offers an advanced portfolio of consulting, application, business process, cloud, and infrastructure services to businesses and governments worldwide.

Our roots cross continents and cultures, dating back five decades. Since the foundation of NTT DATA , we have made sustainable business growth through our DNA to be people-oriented. Through our long-term perspective, we hope to make a big difference in this world by getting the small things right. This pedigree yields a characteristic unique to NTT DATA​: the opportunity for a global brand with the creative energy and enthusiasm of an entrepreneur.
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NTT Data is a provider of Industrial IoT software design and engineering services, and system integration services.
Software Design & Engineering Services
System Integration
NTT Data’s Technology Stack maps NTT Data’s participation in the IoT technology stack.
  • Application Layer
  • Functional Applications
  • Cloud Layer
  • Platform as a Service
    Infrastructure as a Service
  • Edge Layer
  • Automation & Control
    Processors & Edge Intelligence
  • Devices Layer
  • Robots
  • Supporting Technologies
  • Analytics & Modeling
    Application Infrastructure & Middleware
    Cybersecurity & Privacy
    Networks & Connectivity
Technological Capability
Number of Case Studies5
Delivering Technical and Financial Value to Cloud Consumption: A Strategic Blue and NTT DATA Partnership
Strategic Blue, a cloud financial services company, was facing a challenge in helping its customers understand and optimize their cloud services consumption. With the rapid growth of the hyperscale market and the continuous introduction of new products and enhanced features, cloud buyers found it increasingly difficult to understand the most appropriate services for their business. This was especially challenging as they now required specialized skills to maintain and manage the systems and also to understand the best ways to financially optimize the services being consumed. Strategic Blue, while having a strong understanding of the financial aspects of cloud consumption, needed a partner that could provide technical expertise at scale.
Revving Up the Racing Fan Experience with IoT: A Case Study on INDYCAR Mobile App
INDYCAR, a premier motorsport entity, was seeking ways to enhance the fan experience beyond the traditional means. The organization wanted to leverage technology to provide real-time race data, media-rich features, and immersive experiences to its growing fan base. The challenge was to develop a fully functional mobile application that could handle the vast amount of data generated during races, provide real-time updates, and engage fans in a meaningful way. The app needed to be ready for worldwide downloads before the start of the 2019 race season. Furthermore, the app had to be scalable, capable of supporting over 100,000 concurrent users, and offer enhanced features such as real-time telemetry, live leader board, and track map. The development timeline was tight, with only six months to the first race of the season.
Digital Transformation: Arcosa's Successful Spin-off with NTT DATA
As part of a divestiture agreement with Trinity Industries, Arcosa, a leading provider of infrastructure-related products and solutions, was faced with the challenge of separating its key applications and data while deploying a new infrastructure within a tight deadline. The separation process was critical to avoid strategic distractions, talent departures, and potential changes in shareholder reaction. The divestiture agreement required Arcosa to separate its data, finances, and operational information systems from Trinity with minimal business disruption during the transition. Arcosa entered into a Transition Service Agreement (TSA) with Trinity, stipulating payment to Trinity for ongoing IT services until Arcosa could prove full independence. The task was headed by Arcosa’s CIO, Bob Rosen, who had to stand up all the underlying infrastructure from scratch, a daunting challenge given the aggressive timeframe and ongoing TSA fees.
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ZPMC (China Communications Construction)
ZPMC (China Communications Construction)
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China Communications Construction
China Communications Construction
China Communications Construction Company Limited (“CCCC”), initiated and founded by China Communications Construction Group (“CCCG”), was incorporated on 8 October 2006. Its H shares were listed on the Main Board of Hong Kong Stock Exchange with stock code of 1800.HK on 15 December 2006. The Company (including all of its subsidiaries except where the content otherwise requires) is the ?rst large state-owned transportation infrastructure group entering the overseas capital market. As at 31 December 2009, CCCC has 112,719 employees and total asset of RMB267,900 million (in accordance with PRC GAAP). Among 127 central enterprises governed by SASAC, CCCC ranked No.12 in revenue and No.14 in profit for the year.
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