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Japan’s NTT DATA Selects Excel4apps as Partner

Excel4apps, a provider of best-in-class Excel-based inquiry and reporting software, has announced its reseller partnership with NTT Data, the sixth largest global IT services provider. Headquartered in Tokyo, NTT DATA will combine its Oracle and SAP knowledge with Excel4apps’ GL Wand reporting solution to deliver a more efficient finance process to clients.

GL Wand simplifies reporting by providing a direct link from Oracle and SAP financial solutions to an Excel-based interface.

“NTT DATA expands our footprint significantly in the Asia/Pac region,” said Wilhelm Hamman, Excel4apps Sales Director, APAC. “The partnership signals an exciting new chapter in the growth of our company.”

Founded in the 1960s, NTT Data looks to partnerships with companies like Excel4apps to help build business in the finance, healthcare, manufacturing and retail industries. “As the sixth largest systems integrator, we have the right and sufficient resources to support dynamic software like Excel4apps besides big software names like Oracle and SAP,” said Ramanathan Krishnappan, Managing Director, NTT DATA Singapore Pte Ltd. “We at NTT Data would like to make it a success for Excel4apps’ business in the whole of Asia Pacific, including Japan.”

About Excel4apps

Excel4apps is a best-in-class provider of Excel-based reporting and budget-loading software for Oracle and SAP. Designed for financial professionals, the award-winning GL Wand, Reports Wand, Budget Wand and Sales Wand products easily and securely deliver real-time ERP data using Microsoft Excel to save reporting time and effort. Excel4apps serves over 11,000 Oracle and SAP users worldwide, with offices in the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, United Arab Emirates and South Africa. For more information, please visit www.excel4apps.com.

About NTT DATA Corporation

NTT DATA Corporation is one of the leading providers of IT services and solutions in Japan. Offerings include consulting, systems integration and IT outsourcing for major financial, public administration and enterprise sectors. The NTT DATA Group is focusing on rapidly expanding its overseas business by providing high quality IT solutions and consulting services to customers worldwide. The NTT DATA Group is also in the process of expanding collaboration with overseas research institutes to strengthen global R&D activities. For more information, please visit www.nttdata.com.

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