NTT Ltd. strengthens Asia Pacific leadership team with three SVP appointments


NTT Ltd. has announced the appointment of three management executives to further strengthen its regional leadership team in Asia Pacific.

As part of a leadership restructuring, the company appointed Wong Wen-Ming as Senior Vice President, Global Business, Kiran Bhagwanani as Senior Vice President, Go-to-Market, and Jan Wuppermann as Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Operations.

The three new exectutives will report directly to Asia Pacific Chief Executive Officer John Lombard with immediate effect.

“Wen-Ming, Kiran and Jan are three exceptional leaders, each with a proven track record in leading high-performing teams towards commercial and operational success,” said John Lombard, CEO, NTT Ltd. in Asia Pacific.

“I’m confident that their blend of experience and expertise will be instrumental in delivering intelligent solutions to help our clients accelerate their digital transformation journey.

“This is an exciting time to be charting the next phase of growth for NTT Ltd. and I am pleased to be supported by these inspiring and stellar leaders.”


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Former Senior Vice President of Sales, Wen-Ming is now responsible for the global business focusing on delivering business value to global clients in the Asia region.

His emphasis is to work in alignment with NTT Inc, NTT Data, docomo, NTT Advanced Technology and the other NTT group entities to offer digital transformation.

Presently the Chief Executive Officer of India, Bhagwanani will lead the newly formed Go-to-Market business with broad accountability for sales performance, solution practices and alliance partnership across Asia Pacific.

In his role, he will drive sales and deliver end-to-end solutions to market that are strategically aligned with the organisation’s sales capability and its key partner ecosystem.

Wuppermann will continue to drive the strategy process, in addition to his new responsibilities in managing the business operations and information technology functions, and will work closely with the group organisation to leverage and implement shared services and centralised functions.

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