NTT Data sees operating income surge more than 50 per cent in its 33rd consecutive fiscal year of growth

Germany and Spain were the group’s highlights in EMEA while enterprise solutions emerged on top

Kelsey Rees
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NTT Data sees operating income surge more than 50 per cent in its 33rd consecutive fiscal year of growth

Global tech giant NTT Data has reported firm growth for the 33rd consecutive fiscal year owing to the impact of foreign exchanges and growth in all segments. Net sales climbed 10.1 per cent to ¥2.5trn (€19bn) for the fiscal year 2022. Operating income spiked 52.8 per cent to ¥212.6bn (€1.5bn) from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022. The group saw significant sales growth across a range of its business segments. It claims its overseas business expanded in size with improved profitability,...

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