NTT DATA, a digital business and IT services leader, today announced that it has been named a Leader in the NelsonHall NEAT Report for Advanced Digital Workplace Services for the third straight year. The report recognizes NTT DATA’s leadership in the Overall, Build Services, Microsoft, and Run services market segments to meet future client requirements and deliver immediate benefits to its digital workplace services clients.
The report highlighted a number of NTT DATA strengths, headed by the robust toolsets it offers in workplace services and automation including NTT DATA’s flagship Nucleus Intelligent Enterprise Platform, XLA outcome-based approach and workplace productivity centers to enable a data-driven insights operations.
“NTT DATA takes a holistic approach to digital workplace services and consulting, leveraging our extensive experience, technology and skillsets to elevate the employee experience,” said Kaz Nishihata, Senior Executive Vice President & Representative Director at NTT DATA. “Being named a Leader in NelsonHall’s NEAT Report for Advanced Digital Workplace Services validates how we are meeting clients’ needs, helping them create the innovative and modern work environments necessary to compete in today’s marketplace.”
Other NTT DATA strengths highlighted in the NelsonHall report include the company’s ongoing investment in automation, artificial intelligence, machine learning and analytics; its expanding roster of centers of excellence and innovation centers; its broad global delivery footprint; and its established client base in digital workplace services.
John Laherty, Senior IT Services Research Analyst at NelsonHall, said “NTT DATA focuses on modern workers, flexible workspaces, and digital workstyles through its Dynamic Workplace offering. This approach is supported by its workplace productivity centers focusing on data-driven insights through a DevOps engineering-led approach. NTT DATA also has a clear focus on XLAs through its CX to XLA solution methodology based on business outcomes.”