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The executive has more than 25 years of IT experience and joins NTT from Tech Data, a TD SYNNEX company.
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January 17, 2022 | 4:18 AM GMT
NTT Ltd. has announced Miriam Murphy’s appointment as CEO, Europe NTT Ltd., effective from 3 February.
Reporting to Abhijit Dubey, Global Chief Executive Officer, NTT Ltd., Murphy will focus on driving NTT’s European sales and business development organisations and extend customer partnerships.
Commenting on the appointment, chief executive Dubey said: “Miriam’s regional and technology expertise will bring immediate value to our company and, most importantly, to our customers. Her experience in business transformation and integration at scale, including go-to-market strategies and workforce enablement, will support our customers and ecosystem at a time of great change.
“Miriam has worked and lived across Europe giving her extensive insights and experience into customer challenges, cultural variations across the region, and also opportunities. Adding Miriam to our team will supercharge our efforts in Europe.”
Murphy brings more than 25 years of IT experience and joins NTT from Tech Data, a TD SYNNEX company.
At Tech Data, she was a member of the European Executive Board and served as Senior Vice President, Advanced and Specialized Solutions business, EMEA.
Murphy was responsible for go-to-market strategy and P&L management, spanning data centre and next-generation technology solutions portfolios including cloud, internet of things, analytics, security collaboration and associated services.
Murphy commented: “NTT offers a wealth of capabilities for customers to support their digital transformation journeys. Joining an organisation with such rich heritage, and which has been formed through the integration of best-in-class solutions, is a unique opportunity.
“I was also drawn by NTT’s belief in the power of technology as a business enabler and as an overall force for good, societally and economically.”
NTT employs today more than 50,000 people across 57 countries, trading in 73 countries and delivering services in over 200 countries and regions.
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