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NTT Data tops $US1 billion SAP software annualised revenues

NTT Data tops $US1 billion SAP software annualised revenues

Growth stemmed from the mid to large enterprise market

Global IT services provider, NTT Data, has topped $US1 billion in annualised revenues for SAP software related services globally, at the end of its fiscal third quarter.

The company said it experienced continued growth in the mid to large enterprise market.

It maintains a Global ONE strategy aligning capabilities and client services in support of SAP solutions, providing double digit growth across North America, Europe and emerging Asian markets.

The services provider stated it would continue to invest in solutions and expertise in emerging technologies such as SAP HANA software, Cloud and 16 industry-specific solutions built on the SAP ERP application designed specifically for clients in the mid-market.

“Supporting SAP solutions globally is important to us. We will continue to invest in building value-added intellectual property and innovative solutions designed to drive growth, improve ROI, and lower risks for our clients," NTT Data executive vice president global business sector, Kaz Nishihata, said.

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