Tuesday, October 1, 2019


  NTT Ltd., the world-leading global technology services provider, announces DTSI Group, Dimension Data Philippines, and Emerio will join 28 other companies and brands from over 70 countries worldwide, rebranding as NTT, the global US $11 billion technology services company.

  Also announced today is that DTSI, Diversified Technology Solutions International Inc., which is the largest NTT Ltd. business in the Philippines, will continue to be led by Miguel Garcia as the Chief Executive Officer. The leading facility and IT solutions provider will be integrated as part of the NTT Asia Pacific organization and is in the process of being rebranded as NTT. Miguel reports directly to Asia Pacific CEO for NTT Ltd., John Lombard.

  It is also announced that Maria Aileen Rodriguez has been appointed as CEO of the NTT Ltd. business, rebranded from Dimension Data to NTT in the Philippines. She reports to ASEAN CEO for NTT Ltd., Kim-Meng Png.

  Based in Singapore, Png will be responsible for the company’s strategic development and operations across Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and the Philippines. He reports to John Lombard, Asia Pacific CEO for NTT Ltd.

  When launched on 1 July 2019, NTT Ltd. brought together 40,000 people from brands including NTT Communications, Dimension Data, NTT Security, DTSI Group, Emerio, and Training Partners into one company. The company will partner with over 10,000 clients around the world, including leading organizations across financial services, pharmaceuticals, telecommunications, energy and utilities, manufacturing, automotive and technology sectors. In becoming NTT, NTT Ltd. in Philippines will be able to offer its clients an unparalleled range of skills and capabilities across many technologies.

  The brands that will be combined over a phased period to form NTT Ltd. include:
  • Arkadin
  • 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
  • WhiteHat Security
  As well as being able to offer more in-depth industry solutions for clients, NTT Ltd. in the Philippines will benefit from NTT’s innovation center in Japan as well as being able to utilize 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 Ltd. family.” - John Lombard, Asia Pacific CEO for NTT Ltd.
“Miguel has proven himself as a thriving entrepreneur for many years and will continue to blaze the trail in innovative workplace solutions for us in the future. As part of the NTT Ltd. integration, we are looking to expand the business worldwide as we plan to operate a global factory for intelligent workspace solutions. As we progress towards this goal, DTSI will continue to provide its existing solutions, as well all the new solutions of NTT Ltd., for its long list of clients in the Philippines, and globally.” - Lombard, added on commending Miguel's role in the NTT Ltd.
“I’m also pleased to appoint Maria Aileen Rodriguez as CEO to head the other sizable NTT Ltd. business in the Philippines. She has been chosen to lead the business based on her exceptional background and proven track record in the organization. I’m confident that under the combined leadership and collaboration they will continue to successfully drive the ambitious goals for our clients. In doing so, we will become a leading services provider that can deliver intelligent, innovative solutions that address any of our clients’ digital challenges worldwide.”  - Lombard added.

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