NTT DATA Corporation is a Japanese system integration company and a subsidiary of NTT Group.Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Public Corporation, a predecessor of NTT, started Data Communications business in 1967. NTT, following its privatization in 1985, spun off the Data Communications division as NTT DATA in 1988, which has now become the largest of the IT Services companies headquartered in Japan.NTT DATA is a publicly traded company, but is about 54 percent owned by NTT. Its business areas are in national and local governments, financial, and telecommunication sectors. According to reports in 2012, Forbes Global 2000 recognizes NTT DATA as the 5th largest IT Services company. Wikipedia.
News Article | February 28, 2017
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The fastest-growing companies are also the most likely to accept mobile payments, according to a just-published global survey of 2,300 companies and consumers. The “Future of Money” study, conducted for NTT DATA, Inc. and Ingenico ePayments by Oxford Economics and Charney Research, found that among business respondents with annual revenue growth of 11% or more, 43% have an app that supports purchases and payments, compared with 32% of slower-growth businesses. Mobile payments are also tied to fast profit growth. The online poll, which surveyed 2,000 consumers and 300 business executives in 10 developed and developing regions around the world, found that 43% of businesses whose profits are growing by at least 11% a year offer a payment app. By contrast, just 34% of companies with slower profit growth have such an app. And among firms with zero or negative profit growth, just 8% offer in-app payment capabilities. While the gap is slightly narrower, 51% of fast growers sell goods and services online, vs. 47% of slower-growth companies. “These survey findings reinforce the need for companies to make payment innovation an integral piece of their larger growth strategy,” said Peter Olynick, Retail Banking Senior Practice Lead for NTT DATA Consulting, Inc. “Companies should be working to provide a frictionless payment experience by bringing consumers innovative new products and processes. Their efforts will help improve customer satisfaction, facilitate cross-border commerce and allow for a more efficient shopping experience.” Developing countries offer a glimpse into the future of money The study, “The Future of Money,” conducted in partnership with NTT DATA, Ingenico ePayments, Oxford Economics and Charney Research, examines trends in cash usage and electronic payments worldwide. It surveyed 300 business executives and 2,000 consumers in the US, Britain, Germany, Scandinavia, Japan, China, India, Kenya, South Africa and Brazil. Follow @NTTDATAInc on Twitter for updates related to this new research, using the hashtag #FutureofMoney. Oxford Economics is the world leader in global forecasting and quantitative analysis for business and government, and the most trusted resource for decision-makers seeking independent thinking and evidence-based research. Headquartered in Oxford, England, with offices in London, New York, Singapore, and elsewhere around the globe, the firm employs more than 150 professional economists, industry experts and business editors—one of the largest teams of macroeconomists and thought leadership specialists. Please visit www.oxfordeconomics.com to sample our research and analysis. Charney Research is a strategic survey research firm specializing in work in global markets and developing countries. It helps decision-makers in the corporate, security, and international development sectors assess markets, develop strategies, and evaluate results. Charney has worked in more than 45 countries over 20 years, for clients ranging from Alcoa, Samsung, and ABC News to the International Peace Institute, the State Department, the US Agency for International Development, and the World Bank. We have a history of conducting complex, multi-country studies. Visit www.charneyresearch.com for information about our work as well as resources on public opinion and research methods for survey work in developing countries. Ingenico ePayments is the online and mobile commerce division of Ingenico Group. We connect merchants and consumers, enabling businesses everywhere to go further beyond today’s boundaries, creating the future of global commerce. As industry leaders since 1994, our innovative spirit drives us forward across all channels. We are the trusted partner of over 65,000 small and large merchants who rely on us to make payments easy and secure for their customers. With advanced data analytics, fraud management solutions and cross-border commerce expertise, we help merchants optimize their business and grow into new markets around the world. For more information, visit www.ingenico.com/epayments or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn. NTT DATA partners with clients to navigate and simplify the modern complexities of business and technology, delivering the insights, solutions and outcomes that matter most. We deliver tangible business results by combining deep industry expertise with applied innovations in digital, cloud and automation across a comprehensive portfolio of consulting, application, infrastructure and business process outsourcing services. NTT DATA is a top 10 global business and IT services provider with 100,000+ professionals in more than 50 countries, and is part of NTT Group, a partner to 85 percent of the Fortune 100. Visit nttdata.com/americas to learn more.
News Article | February 17, 2017
The Dallas CIO Leadership Association (DallasCIO) announced the winners of its 2017 CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Awards. DallasCIO recognized Chief Information Officers in five key categories – Global, Enterprise, Corporate, Nonprofit/Public, and Leadership. The awards were presented at the Dallas CIO of the Year Awards at the Dallas Hyatt Regency. “The individuals who have earned these awards are the best and brightest leaders – not just within North Texas IT executives, but in the categories they represent,” said Lisa LaRoque, Executive Director of DallasCIO. “In today’s interconnected world, organizations that win in the marketplace benefit from the superior strategic planning and day-to-day execution these CIOs bring to the table.” The 2017 Dallas CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Award winners are: ›› Robert Pischke, VP of Information Technology, Lehigh Hanson, received the Global CIO of the Year® ORBIE, for organizations over $500 million annual revenue and significant multinational operations. ›› John Burke, CIO, Ambit Energy, received the Enterprise ORBIE, for organizations over $500 million annual revenue. ›› Juan Fontanes, VP of Information Technology, NEC Corporation of North America, received the Corporate ORBIE, for organizations up to $500 million annual revenue. The CIO of the Year® ORBIE® Awards is the premier technology executive recognition program of its kind. Since inception in 1998, over 300 CIOs have been honored as finalists and over ninety CIO of the Year winners have received the prestigious ORBIE Award. The Award recognizes chief information officers who have demonstrated excellence in technology leadership. Finalists and winners are selected by an independent peer review process, which includes prior ORBIE recipients, based upon: ›› Leadership style and management effectiveness ›› Innovation in implementing technology solutions ›› Business value created by IT ›› Service to others in their community, industry and within their own organizations The CIO Awards ceremony was keynoted by Fran Dramis, Former CIO of Bellsouth, who shared perspectives from his new book the Four Secrets of Retention. Nearly 400 guests attended, representing North Texas organizations and their technology partners. The 2017 Dallas CIO of the Year® Awards is made possible by the following sponsors: ›› Gold sponsors: Teksystems (National) ›› Silver sponsors: PwC, HUNTER Technical, Tech Mahindra, OutSystems, and Appian (National). ›› Bronze sponsors: Workday, Systems Plus, Deloitte, Alleare Consulting, Randall James Monroe, ViaWest, Leidos Health, NTT Data, Visionet, GDT, Qlik, and Freudenberg IT. ›› Media sponsor: The Dallas Business Journal ›› Association sponsor: DFW Chapter - Society for Information Management About the Dallas CIO Leadership Association The Dallas CIO Leadership Association (DallasCIO) is the preeminent professional association for North Texas’ senior technology executives. Our membership is comprised exclusively of chief information officers (or equivalent executive roles) from public and private companies, government, education and non-profit organizations. DallasCIO is led by a CIO Advisory Board which sets the annual programming agenda for the association. Events are facilitated by a full-time Executive Director and professional staff and underwritten by Advocate, Pariveda, and QTS Data Centers. DallasCIO events are CIO-led and attended solely by CIO-level executives.
News Article | February 16, 2017
PLANO, Texas--(BUSINESS WIRE)--NTT DATA, Inc., a leading business and IT services provider, today announced the company has been awarded a Cloud Solutions master agreement through a multi-state cooperative procurement administered by NASPO ValuePoint. As a result of the request for proposal (RFP), which was led by the State of Utah, NTT DATA was awarded a master agreement for Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), which may be used by state agencies, institutions of higher learning, and other political entities. “To be identified and selected as premier cloud solutions provider is a testament to the depth of our service offerings, as well as the positive outcomes we achieve for our clients,” said Tim Conway, president, Public Sector for NTT DATA. “This master agreement will enable our team to continue to deliver our differentiated offerings and expand our client footprint across the public sector, which is a primary vertical for NTT DATA.” NTT DATA’s IaaS offering provides government agencies – and enterprises – with a secured and highly-available cloud hosting environment with enterprise-class features for a wide variety of applications. In addition, NTT DATA has managed services for clients in need of turnkey, integrated, operational management and support for all cloud environments. In order to assist clients in managing transformational programs for IT infrastructure, NTT DATA also offers consulting services that encompass assessment, data center planning, implementation, virtualization, rationalization, consolidation, workload migration and transition services, as well as disaster recovery and business continuity. “Government agencies are often searching for IT providers to help them meet constituent demands, while also containing costs,” added Conway. “Our team works with state agencies to build a path toward IT modernization using insights and solutions that navigate and simplify the complexities of evolving technologies.” State and local governments may begin using these master awards as participating addendums are signed between the entities and NTT DATA. A model participating addendum, the award document, NTT DATA’s service catalog and key contact are posted on the NASPO ValuePoint web site, and the company’s contract is available here. NTT DATA partners with clients to navigate and simplify the modern complexities of business and technology, delivering the insights, solutions and outcomes that matter most. We deliver tangible business results by combining deep industry expertise with applied innovations in digital, cloud and automation across a comprehensive portfolio of consulting, applications, infrastructure and business process services. NTT DATA is a top 10 global business and IT services provider with 100,000+ professionals in more than 50 countries, and is part of NTT Group, a partner to 85 percent of the Fortune 100. Visit nttdata.com/americas to learn more. The NASPO ValuePoint Cooperative Purchasing Organization (formerly WSCA-NASPO) provides the highest standard of excellence in public cooperative contracting. By leveraging the leadership and expertise of all states with the purchasing power of their public entities, NASPO ValuePoint delivers the best value, most reliable, competitively-sourced contracts. Since 1993 NASPO ValuePoint or its predecessor has been the cooperative purchasing arm of NASPO (the National Association of State Procurement Officials) encouraging, fostering, and guiding the nation’s most significant public contract cooperative. For more information about NASPO ValuePoint contact Dugan Petty at 503.510.3363 or by email at DPetty@NASPOValuePoint.org.
Agency: Cordis | Branch: FP7 | Program: CP-IP | Phase: SST.2011.5.2-5. | Award Amount: 7.97M | Year: 2011
The aim of this project is a step-change in railway capacity by reducing delays and improving traffic fluidity. This will be achieved by a partnership between railway industry experts, system integrators, small dynamic knowledge led companies and academic researchers. There are 4 levels of work: L1: High level principles, definitions and requirements to direct research L2: Methods and algorithms derived from L1 that improve capacity and reduce delay L3: Functional components using L2 methods and algorithms to show improvement in capacity and delay; and architecture linking the functional components, including information definitions, to distribute those components across environments and countries. L4: Demonstrators to show that the functional components can be built into industrial-strength systems The project will draw on previous research projects and national trials. Previously, railways have improved their own networks to remove bottlenecks and increase fluidity. Such changes have generally been done ad hoc so results and best practice have not been shared. Previous relevant academic research has, in general, been based on algorithm development. To apply the results of such research needs an understanding of the practical operating principles and the nature of delay initiation and propagation. This project will address both issues and deliver research-based results that can be freely applied to commercial traffic management and traffic planning tools.
Agency: GTR | Branch: NERC | Program: | Phase: Research Grant | Award Amount: 292.23K | Year: 2015
Cities face a number of key transport challenges in the 21st Century. Congestion has a set of well-documented negative consequences, including environmental pollution, poor economic competitiveness, low levels of public satisfaction with public transport, negative impacts on personal health and wellbeing, and a broader reputational impact on urban centres that aspire to be retail and tourist destinations. Moreover, the UKs commitment to reduce carbon emissions necessitates a broader long-term shift away from private motor transport towards low carbon and mass transit modes of transport. In this way, tackling the specific issue of urban congestion relates to wider social and economic goals for cities to become better places to live and easier places to navigate. Specifically, Exeter has some of the worst air pollution and congestion statistics for a city of its size. Yet the city is also witnessing unprecedented expansion of outlying suburbs, creating greater pressure on existing arterial and city centre roads. Alongside these background factors, the city aspires to maintain its position as a key retail and tourist centre and there are plans to redevelop several areas of the city centre for retail and leisure facilities in the coming years. One of the ways in which social scientists have attempted to deal with this wicked policy problem is to promote pre-formed behavioural change through the provision of information and exhortations to individual travellers to change their behaviour. However, decades of social research has illustrated that influencing behaviour is highly complex and requires a significant investment in research intelligence about what influences travel behaviours. Although recent years have witnessed a growth in social marketing approaches for influencing change, which adopt the methods of conventional marketing approaches, a set of factors that have been largely omitted from such studies and interventions is the role of what can be termed real time factors in travel decision making, which are not pre-formed, but which influence practices in the moment. Research intelligence from traffic management providers suggests that factors such as weather conditions, immediate levels of traffic congestion and perceptions of the effectiveness of public transport are all important to consider when understanding both decisions to travel and also the resultant behaviour of travellers on their journeys (either as drivers or public transport users). Indeed, crucial to understand are the ways in which these conditions can be communicated to promote different practices, either as decisions to travel using different modes or to drive in a different way, and the potential for harnessing new technologies for managing travel behaviour through both the utilisation of sophisticated traffic management systems. This research therefore aims to understand and promote better real time travel decision making through adopting a personalised and tailored travel behaviour approach. This will be undertaken through a two stage methodology. In stage 1, a large general survey of Exeter residents and those travelling into Exeter on a daily basis will be undertaken to explore key travel behaviours, attitudes, participants characteristics. Using an online survey approach, the questionnaire will enable researchers to both identify key segment groups and their travel behaviours and, on the basis of these analyses, to make high level statistical links between individual behaviours and external factors, including quantitative information from other datasets. In stage 2, a panel of representative participants from the segments identified at stage 1 will be formed to explore the key relationships between behaviours and specific interventions that will be captured through a series of experiments, which will test interventions and their effectiveness.
News Article | February 15, 2017
Japan-based Tokio Marine & Nichido Fire Insurance Co. Ltd. and networking system services provider NTT Data Corp. have started testing a blockchain-based "data insurance policy" for the shipping trade, International Business Times reports. Start the conversation, or Read more at Business Insurance.
News Article | February 15, 2017
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Agency: GTR | Branch: Innovate UK | Program: | Phase: Collaborative Research & Development | Award Amount: 352.23K | Year: 2015
Engaged Smart Transport (EST) will create and demonstrate a transferable end-to-end congestion management service which: combines a range of interventions (from real-time Intelligent Transport Systems to long-term behavioural change strategies); acts preventively in anticipation of congestion; uses existing infrastructure; and is responsive to local environmental and behavioural specifics. The project will develop a service and supporting toolkit that draws on a unique combination of big data analytics, multiple data sources from a sensor-rich environment, and ongoing collaboration between citizens, local authorities, leading researchers and technology providers. EST’s service-based approach to congestion management represents a fundamental departure from traditional ways of thinking about mobility management in a city and the disjointed approach to the data capture, analysis, strategy and intervention that is currently prevalent.
NTT Data | Date: 2012-09-05
Disclosed is a data access device provided with a sequence storage unit which stores in advance a sequence for accessing the data contained in each of the multiple data units stored in a data storage section. The data access device receives and stores in the data access request storage section multiple data access requests for any of the multiple stored data units, determines an execution sequence for the multiple stored data access requests that corresponds to the aforementioned sequence stored in the sequence storage unit, locks the data units to be accessed as per the data access requests, sequentially implements the data access requests in the determined execution sequence, and removes all the locks after implementing all of the stored data access requests.
SANYO Electric Co. and NTT Data | Date: 2011-02-02
A storage unit stores a preamble signal defined in a legacy system and a preamble signal defined in a MIMO system. A monitoring unit in a transmitting apparatus monitors the existence of any communication apparatus which is not compatible with the MIMO system but accepts the legacy system. A channel characteristics acquiring unit derives the characteristics of a radio channel between the transmitting apparatus and a receiving apparatus. A selector selects a packet format based on a monitoring result obtained by the monitoring unit. The selector also selects where to place LTS, based on the characteristics of wireless channel derived by the channel characteristics acquiring unit.