NCS to acquire data analysis to expand into APAC


NCS to acquire data analysis to expand into APAC

NCS has unveiled it’s plan to acquire three technology providers across Singapore, Australia and Hong Kong, expanding digital capabilities at pace with a specific focus on data analytics and cloud. The Singapore-based business -- operating as a technology division of Singtel - has reached agreements to take control of ClayOPS, Riley and Velocity Business Solutions, motivated by a desire to evolve into a B2B services specialist developing “new engines of growth”.


NCS is committed to providing greater value for our clients and the industry through strategic partnerships and building an innovation ecosystem for technology players of different sizes and niche capabilities, to augment our service portfolio and give our clients access to innovation across the region,” Kuo Pin added.


With completion of the acquisitions subject to closing conditions, ClayOPS, Riley and Velocity Business Solutions will continue to run independently under NCS with respective senior leadership teams continuing in current roles within the companies.


Founded in 2010, ClayOPS works with large enterprises to break down data silos across disparate systems with extensive analytics and technical expertise backed by processing methodology designed to deepen NCS NEXT’s digital capabilities in data analytics solutions.


ClayOPS places great emphasis on a people-centric approach where we specialise in blending data and technology into people and business processes to ensure it becomes part of the organisational DNA,” said Matthew Choo, co-founder and director of ClayOPS.


With our partnership, we are eager to bring our experience and developed capabilities in process methodology to the table and provide holistic solutions to NCS clients in their data-driven transformation journeys


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