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Monday, July 1, 2019

John Lombard takes over responsibilities for newly created NTT global business for the region



NTT Ltd., the new USD 11 billion global technology services company, has announced the appointment of John Lombard as Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Asia Pacific. His appointment took effect on 1July 2019, and he will be responsible for NTT’s global business in AsiaPacific, excluding Japan and Australia.


Launched today, NTT Ltd. is a world-leading global technology servicescompany that brings together the capabilities of 28 companies, including NTT Security, NTT Communications, and Dimension Data into one global business. It offers clients worldwide access to the best technology and services to address their challenges in one place.

Lombard joined Dimension Data as the Asia Pacific CEO in May 2016. He joined from SAP, where he was Senior Vice President and Head of Services,responsible for services and support. Prior to SAP, Lombard was the CEO and Managing Director of Crowe Horwath Australasia Ltd. (formerly WHK Group),which was Australia and New Zealand’s largest publicly listed integrated financial and business advisory company.

Lombard comments, “I am very honoured and excited to take on this enlarged responsibility for the integrated NTT global business in Asia Pacific.There is a lot of work to be done over the next few months as we will be working to integrate a total of 28 companies into a world-class technology services organization. I am confident that the new integrated NTT family is stronger with expanded capabilities, unparalleled talent pool, and financial strength. This strength puts us in the prime position to become the industry leader, to help clients navigate complex market developmentsand find new opportunities in the Asia Pacific region.”


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