NTT, Vantis, Microware launch Enterprise Cloud Marketplace

Friday 28 October 2016 | 07:00 CET | News
NTT Communications (NTT Com), the data and IP services arm of NTT Group, has partnered with Vantis Consulting Group and Microware to launch Enterprise Cloud Marketplace in Hong Kong. The Marketplace will serve as a single destination through which applications such as ERP, HRMS, Business Intelligence, Big Data Analytics and CRM are delivered for enterprise needs. Applications will be hosted on NTT Com's dedicated hybrid and private Enterprise Cloud infrastructure.

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Categories: Internet / IT
Companies: NTT Communications
Countries: Hong Kong
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