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NTT Comware

NTT Comware
Type Incorporated. Wholly owned by NTT
Industry System integration & IT Services
Founded 1997
Headquarters NTT Shinagawa Twins Annex Bldg., 9-1, Konan 1-chome, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8019, Japan
Key people Michio SUGIMOTO, President
Revenue Yen 307,200,000,000 (March, 2005)
Employees About 5,100
Website NTT Comware
NTT Comware headquarters in Tokyo City, Japan

NTT Comware Corporation (株式会社エヌ・ティ・ティ・コムウェア in Japanese) is a system integration company which serves mainly the NTT Group. It started as the old NTT's IT Services department and was incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT in 1997.

General

NTT Comware Corporation is a system integration company which serves mainly the NTT Group. It started as the software center of the old NTT's IT Services department in 1985 and was incorporated as a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT in 1997.

Among the NTT Group companies, NTT Comware focuses on the IT services to the Group companies, while NTT Data mainly serves non-NTT Group companies, although NTT Comware has recently started to solicit work outside of the Group.

Subsidiaries

  • NTT Comware Hokkaido
  • NTT Comware Eastern Japan
  • NTT Comware Tokai
  • NTT Comware Western Japan
  • NTT Comware Kyushu
  • NTT Comware Billing Solution
  • NTT Internet

etc.

See also

NTT and its Group companies:

etc.

References

  • The Japanese WorldHeritage page

External links

  • NTT Comware home page


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