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NTT DATA Shares Insights on Innovation at the 2014 Annual Innovar Road Show

NTT DATA, Inc., a global IT services provider, today hosted Innovar – a mega innovation event at N-Convention Center, Hyderabad.

Innovar has been designed to showcase leading-edge innovations employed within NTT DATA’s technology and industry solutions. Titled ‘Living Innovation’, this year’s event was packaged with key speaker sessions, novel product demonstrations, and a tour of NTT DATA’s innovative spirit across the various booths manned by different practices and industry verticals. As part of the $112 billion NTT Group, NTT DATA also included sister NTT Group companies, NTT Innovation Institute and Netmagic, presenting their innovative solutions to the audience – which comprised several thousand clients, employees, and industry analysts.

Sixteen booths representing various capabilities were on display. The Application Development and Management team took the audience to the future, showcasing their cutting edge innovation, the Enterprise Application Services team featured retail solutions and analytics of unstructured social media data using SAP HANA, and the Cloud Services team showcased their comprehensive cloud portfolio spanning advisory, modernization, operations, and management. Other booths included spotlights on innovation in healthcare and life sciences, financial services, Insurance and “GD 2.0” – NTT DATA’s next-generation global delivery model.

An event such as Innovar is in-line with the NTT Group’s core focus on innovation. It is notable that NTT Group today has an annual investment of $2.5 billion in R&D.

“We are market leading in our ability to drive innovation to deliver significant value and savings to our clients, allowing them to invest it back into the business” said Ravi Kumar, senior vice president, Global Delivery, NTT DATA Global Delivery Services Ltd. at the event.

About NTT DATA

NTT DATA is a leading global IT services provider and your innovation partner anywhere around the world with operations in more than 40 countries. NTT DATA emphasizes long-term commitment, and combines global reach and local intimacy to provide clients across all industries with premier professional services from consulting, application services, and business process and IT outsourcing to cloud-based solutions.

Visit www.nttdata.com/americas to learn how our consultants, projects, managed services, and outsourcing engagements deliver value for a range of businesses and government agencies.

About NTT Group

NTT Group delivers advanced technology and innovative solutions in networking, communications, software and cloud computing that help transform businesses, governments, and societies around the world. NTT Group has become the one stop innovation partner for leading global enterprises by fusing practical industry insight, technical know-how, and telecom expertise with robust global networks, datacenters, and servers. Today, 80% of the Fortune Global 100 relies on NTT Group as their technology business partner.

NTT Group generates over $112 billion in annual revenues, has over 240 data centers, and employs more than 225,000 professionals in 72 countries.

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