Home Industry Strategy Extend Technologies rebrands as NTT Data Business Solutions

Along with two other related companies in Asia Pacific, SAP specialist Extend Technologies has begun operating under the NTT Data Business Solutions brand, and the company's managing director has taken on a regional role.

Extend Technologies (Australia), Business Formula (Malaysia) and Cornerstone Asia (Singapore) are now trading as NTT Data Business Solutions, creating one of the world's largest SAP reseller and consulting firms.

The firm also draws on the experience of Germany-based itelligence.

NTT Data Business Solutions is led by Herbert Vogel, CEO and founder of itelligence, with Max White (formerly managing director of Extend Technologies) as CEO Asia Pacific.

"I am delighted that Extend, Business Formula and Cornerstone now form part of NTT Data Business Solutions in the APAC region and that Max White has taken the lead," said Mr Vogel.

Mr White said "Many of our local, regional and global customers have already benefited from the powerful combination of Extend Technologies, Business Formula and Cornerstone across the Asia Pacific region. The consolidation of our APAC operations and the launch of one unified brand, matched with our singular focus on SAP as the strategic enterprise backbone of choice, will ensure we deliver unparalleled value to our customers."

NTT Data Business Solutions has over 3000 SAP consultants, with 300 of them in South East Asia and Australia.

"The APAC region is thriving and having already commenced operations in Vietnam earlier this year, NTT Data Business Solutions is looking to further expansion in growth markets such as Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines," Mr White added.

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