Tokyo – Feb. 28, 2019 – The NTT DATA brand has been ranked the world’s ninth most valuable brand among IT services, according to the Brand Finance IT Services 15 2019 report issued by UK-based Brand Finance, the world’s leading brand valuation and strategy consultancy. Brand Finance calculates brand value using a unique methodology based on valuation methods that are compliant with industry standards established under ISO 10668. Brand Finance IT Services 15 is its annual report on the world’s most valuable and strongest IT services brands. NTT DATA appeared in the report for the first time.

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