NTT DATA Appoints Aaron Millstone to Digital Transformation Leader

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PLANO, Texas – September 2, 2021 – NTT DATA, a digital business and IT services leader, today announced the company has appointed Aaron Millstone to Divisional President, Digital Transformation Services. Millstone has joined the company to transform and create a community of digital transformation practices focused on modern applications, data intelligence and automation, cloud transformation, customer experience and enterprise application services. Previously, Millstone led Oracle’s North American cloud strategic services and partner organization. Prior to Oracle, he spent 23 years at Accenture, where his career ranged from architect to account lead to global offering lead for enterprise transformations and finally to leadership in the Health and Public Service business unit.

“I am delighted to be joining NTT DATA to drive the next phase of digital transformation growth into the market,” said Millstone. “With a clear digital strategy and acquisitions of great companies like Acorio, Nexient and Hashmap, we are poised to deliver significant new capabilities and outcomes for our clients."

“Aaron joins our team at a pivotal time when we are significantly expanding our digital business in response to client demand. Aaron’s experience as a global executive who simplifies the complex and delivers transformational outcomes makes him a perfect match for our team. We are delighted to welcome Aaron to the NTT DATA family and for him to share his deep digital expertise with our global team and clients,” said Wayne Busch Group President of NTT DATA Services’ Consulting and Digital Transformation Services.

Millstone brings expertise working with commercial, public sector, and non-profit clients on projects ranging from global strategy to enterprise architecture. He is a Certified Master Technical Architect and holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from The Johns Hopkins University.

About NTT DATA

NTT DATA – part of the NTT Group – is a trusted global innovator of IT and business services, headquartered in Tokyo. We help clients transform through consulting, industry solutions, IT modernisation and managed services. NTT DATA enables clients to move confidently into the digital future. We are committed to our clients’ long-term success and combine global reach with local expertise to operate in over 50 countries. Visit us at nttdata.com

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