DiData's Steve Nola to head NTT Australia

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DiData's Steve Nola to head NTT Australia
Steve Nola

Dimension Data Australia chief executive Steve Nola has been appointed to lead the recently formed NTT Ltd in Australia.

NTT has revealed that Jason Goodall will be its global CEO, while NTT Group EVP and Head of Global Business Tsunehisa Okuno was named chairman.

Joining Nola in the team is Dimension Data APAC chief John Lombard, who will be leading NTT Ltd’s Asia Pacific business.

A spokesperson from NTT said NTT Communications Australia chief Tsuyoshi Kawashima "accepted a new assignment" in Japan, while NTT Security APAC chief executive Martin Schlatter also accepted a new role, details of which will be disclosed in October this year.

On 1 July, Dimension Data, NTT Communications and NTT Security officially merged to become NTT Ltd., creating a global entity of 40,000 staff across 70 countries and US$20 billion revenues outside of Japan.

In a press release issued today, Jason Goodall said, “All of today’s appointees have been selected based on exceptional individual merit. I’m extremely excited about announcing the team to lead NTT Ltd., and we’re very confident about our future. We will partner with our clients to do great things every day, enriching the lives of our customers, people and societies across the world. We’re going to build on an already strong foundation of global talent, global brand trust and core NTT values to become a technology services provider that can deliver solutions for our clients’ digital challenges worldwide.”

Updated 10 June 2019 4:38pm: added comments from NTT.

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