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NTT DATA Acquiring NETE To Expand Services in Federal Healthcare Sector

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NETE an expert company in the medical sector

Data Services is working on a deal to acquire NETE, a digital design and transformation service provider to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. As per the statement issued by the company, NETE is based out of Virginia is working for the betterment of health and biomedical through digital services, quick application development, bioinformatics, advanced data analytics, cloud, and cybersecurity.

The acquisition of NETE will enable NTT DATA to source immense experience and knowledge amassed through tremendous work done in two decades. NETE has got a great reputation in the medical sector due to its services to agencies such as the National Institutes of Health, Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, and Health and Services Administration.

NETE digital capabilities enhance the value NTT Data

Tim Conway, President NTT Data Services said, “NETE has pioneered innovative health technologies and supported the prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of diseases and disabilities both domestically and internationally. Their digital capabilities and thought leadership enhance the value NTT Data can deliver to our public sector healthcare clients.”

The acquisition will provide 300 qualified experts to NTT Data. The company has a detailed plan of how it is going to expand its services in the public health sector through its digital expertise in federal health. The deal is set to get finalized later this year, which will enable NTT to combine the expertise of both the companies that can benefit the clients.

Earlier this month NTT acquired Flux7, the IT services firm of Austin. The financial detail of the deal yet not revealed. Flux7 got experience in financial services, pharmaceuticals, software, manufacturing, and retail industries.



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