NTT DATA issued its latest report on Corporate Social Responsibility initiatives, the NTT DATA CSR Report 2014 (English version) on December 15th, 2014. NTT DATA regard this report as an important tool for enhancing and improving the communication with stakeholders, and utilizing this report, we aim to improve our CSR initiatives and provide more comprehensive information on our CSR activities.

Creating better products and services together with our clients around the world by leveraging our leading-edge IT technologies, we will keep challenging to build a sustainable information-based society towards “Global 2nd Stage.”

This year, we added a new theme “global activities” in addition to the existing three Material CSR Challenges articulated in April 2010: society and regional communities, people, and the global environment. This report illustrates our CSR efforts including dialogs with stakeholders and activities for environment protection throughout FY 2013 from the viewpoints of four Material CSR Challenges.

Also, incorporating various opinions from stakeholders in, we have strived to improve the format and method of information delivery.

The Highlight Version introduces a major achievement for each theme, and the full details of our CSR activities are described in the Expanded Version available on our website in PDF format. Additionally, the figures of important achievements are listed at the back of the print edition.

Special feature: “Our Missions and Solutions”

As a global group of companies, NTT DATA Group has provided solutions through its various business activities in many parts of the world in order to contribute towards the resolution of important issues and to create a better society.

Our Mission and Solutions

CASE1 Expanding Our Flight Procedure Design System, Contributing to Safety Across the World’s Skies

  • Better paradigms for safety in the world’s skies

    PANADESTM: Aiding complex flight procedure design work through world-class, extensive automation

CASE2 Assisting at the Medical Front with Emergency Medical Information Systems

  • Better paradigms for smoother emergency medical services

    Emergency Medical Information Systems are revolutionizing communications at the scene of emergency medical service and contributing to a system that can admit patients to hospital in the shortest possible timeframe

CASE3 Toward the Active Participation of Diverse Human Resources: Promoting Workplaces where All Employees can Work with Vitality

  • Better paradigms that diverse human resources can work with vitality

    With the Diversity Promotion Office playing a central role, putting in place mechanisms that support the success of women in the workplace

CASE4 Contributing to Electricity Demand Management through Demand Response

  • Better paradigms for resolving the world’s energy problems

    Detailed demand management focusing on demand response made possible by Big Data

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General Affairs Department
NTT DATA Corporation
Tel: +81-50-5546-8132

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