NTT Communications - the wholly owned subsidiary of Japan’s Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation – has merged the Australian operations of the three companies as part of its ongoing expansion in the ANZ region.
Monte Davis, CEO of the new entity, NTT Com ICT, says the move will allow the company to offer clients and partners “a truly integrated solution across cloud, networks, managed services and on-premise services.”
“Earlier this year we implemented the first phase of our refreshed business model. The launch of NTT ICT is the second phase of our continued investment in the local region.
“Australia is a key growth market for us, and we know that growth is best achieved through our people, services and customer relations,” Davis said.
Davis said that already this year NTT had seeded over $15 million into improving its services in the ANZ region, as well as $2 million towards security services, $5 million towards a public cloud offering, and a further $8 million in on-premise utility computing.
“Since the first phase of our refresh, we’ve also added an additional 12 people to the Australian team.
“We are deeply committed to providing our customers, vendors and stakeholders with world-class services that are efficient and easy to manage. We anticipate that our services will continue to grow and improve under the new, unified brand,” Davis said.