Bangalore, India, January 22, 2014:  NTT DATA, a Global IT Innovator delivering technology-enabled services and solutions to clients around the world, today opened ThinKspace – India Innovation Center at Global Village Technology Park in Bangalore. NTT DATA currently has approx. 95,000 sq. ft. of office space in Global Village and has plans to increase the head count at this center. This development is a part of the organization’s expansion plans in the country to help accelerate the growth and provide customer value creation. The new center, which was inaugurated by John McCain, President and CEO, NTT DATA, Inc. will enhance the organization’s research and innovation capabilities and nurture a culture of creativity among employees.

Ravi Kumar, Senior Vice President, NTT DATA Global Delivery Services Ltd., said, “ThinKspace, which boasts of state-of-the-art infrastructure has contemporary interior design, cutting-edge audio and video equipment, virtual/simulation rooms and ultra-modern conference facilities.  This research and innovation facility will spur creativity among employees and customer-value creation, supporting and impacting the business objectives positively.”

Speaking at the inauguration, John McCain, President and CEO, NTT DATA, Inc., said, “It is my privilege to inaugurate this innovation center. Fostering and promoting innovation is in the core of NTT DATA and I am thrilled that this center will be contributing to it.”

NTT DATA is the information technology services arm of NTT, world’s largest global IT and telecommunications services company.  One of Fortune 50 Company, NTT Group, delivers advanced technologies and innovative solutions in networking, communications, software, and cloud computing to help transform businesses, governments, and societies around the world and is a global leader in innovation and collaboration.  The organization has invested US $3.50 billion annually, with over 6,000 professionals dedicated to a research agenda encompassing Network, Cloud, Environment and Energy Technologies, Application Services, and Cutting-Edge Technologies.

ThinKspace in Bangalore will be connected to other NTT Group companies across the globe to enable sharing of best practices for intellectual property solutions and leverage the combined strength of 2,25,000 employees across the globe. It will be connected to NTT DATA Inforium – Toyosu Innovation Center in Tokyo and NTT Innovation Institute, Inc. (NTT I³), the latest R&D center of NTT Group situated in Silicon Valley, engaged in accelerating the development and provision of highest-grade information-security and cloud-computing technologies.  NTT DATA recently opened India’s largest SAP Solutions Lab in Hitech City of Hyderabad.

 

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NTT DATA Services, headquartered in Plano, Texas, is a division of NTT DATA Corporation, a top 10 global business and IT services provider with 118,000+ professionals in more than 50 countries, and NTT Group, a partner to 88 percent of the Fortune Global 100.

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