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Dimension Data NZ becomes NTT in grand rebranding

07 Oct 2019

Dimension Data and NTT Communications have joined 28 companies and brands from over 70 countries worldwide, including New Zealand, to rebrand as NTT, the global US $11 billion technology services company.

Also announced today is that NTT in New Zealand will be led by Simon Gillespie as CEO, New Zealand. 

He will be responsible for making sure the country meets the ambitious objectives of NTT, its staff, and its clients. He will report to Asia Pacific CEO, John Lombard.

When launched on 1 July 2019, NTT brought together 40,000 people from brands, including  Dimension Data, DTSI, Emerio, NTT Communications, NTT Security, and Training Partners into one company. 

NTT will partner over 10,000 clients around the world, including leading organizations across financial services, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, energy & utilities, manufacturing, automotive and technology sectors. 

In rebranding, NTT in New Zealand will be able to offer its clients an unparalleled range of skills and capabilities across many technologies.

As well as being able to offer more in-depth industry solutions for clients, NTT New Zealand will benefit from NTT’s innovation centre in Japan as well as being able to make use of its full partnership network.  

“We’re delighted to launch the NTT brand in Asia Pacific, as various companies including Dimension Data, DTSI, Emerio, NTT Communications, NTT Security and Training Partners join the NTT family,” says NTT Asia Pacific CEO John Lombard.

“I’m also pleased to announce the appointment of Simon Gillespie as CEO. He has been chosen to lead NTT in New Zealand based on his exceptional background and proven track records in the organisation. I’m confident that under his capable leadership, we will become a leading services provider that can deliver intelligent, innovative solutions that address any of our clients’ digital challenges worldwide.”

The brands that will be combined over a phased period to form NTT Ltd. include; Arkadin, CAPSiDE, Communications Lifecycle Management (CLM), DPA, DTSI Group, Emerio, e-shelter, Euricom, e2y, Global IP Network (GIN), Gyron, Netmagic Solutions, NTT Communications Cloud Infrastructure Services (NTT Com CIS), NTT Communications Managed Services, NTT Global Networks, NTT Indonesia Nexcenter (NTTI Nexcenter), Oakton, RagingWire, Secure-24, SQL Services, Symmetry, Training Partners, Transatel, Viiew and WhiteHat Security.

Gillespie adds, “It’s an honour to be leading NTT in New Zealand into this exciting new era. NTT is such a great, well-respected brand – and is doing amazing things for our staff and clients and society in general. We’re happy to offer local clients access to our wealth and breadth of capabilities. Together we do great things.”

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