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Gen II selects NTT

by Krystal Scanlon 10 June 2022

Gen II Fund Services has selected global technology provider NTT as its managed cloud services provider, to accelerate its digital transformation.

NTT helps clients to enhance customer and employee experience by transforming their cloud strategy, modernising their networks and strengthening their cyber security. NTT currently employs more than 50,000 staff across 57 countries.

The multi-year agreement will consolidate Gen II’s cloud support and security desks into a platform, leveraging NTT’s global scale and hybrid cloud capabilities. The newly-created service desk, which is located onshore in the US, is available 24/7, 365 days per year to all Gen II staff globally across all time zones.

“By bringing NTT’s expertise in cloud services and security to Gen II Funds, we have designed and will manage an innovative cloud infrastructure that will enable Gen II to deliver superior customer service, while improving operational efficiencies,” said Tyler Affolter, senior vice president, managed services at NTT.

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