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It takes expertise to create a lasting edge. Samurai swords are forged by a team of craftsmen. Our technology experts craft unique solutions giving mission-critical UK public sector services and enduring edge.

No two samurai swords are ever the same, each one is individually crafted by a team of craftsmen. A master sword-maker will fold the steel up to 20 times to create a blade that combines toughness and flexibility. Once the blade is created it then takes up to 3 weeks to polish and complete a samurai sword.

Public sector services are under massive pressure with ongoing budget pressures, population change and the need to digitise services. To cope with these pressures public sector services needs to be underpinned by technology enablers that are built to last. These technologies need to stable, but at the same time be adaptable to accommodate future changes. In short, it requires a lasting edge.

NTT DATA is guiding public sector clients to greatness;

  • We run mission critical financial systems for the UK Government 
  • We are transforming the way the accountancy profession examines and accredits our future financial leaders, read more 
  • We provide IT services for the largest emergency department in the UK, read more

Find out more on how we guide clients to greatness, read more



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