HCL Technologies ropes in Masayuki Nakayama as head of Japan ops
HCL Technologies said that it has roped in Masayuki Nakayama as the company’s country head in Japan.
Masayuki Nakayama will be in charge of fueling HCL Technologies’ growth in the Japanese market as well as supporting clients with their business transformation.
Swapan Johri — President of HCL Technologies Growth Markets said: “As a major contributor to the world’s IT industry, Japan is an important strategic high growth market for HCL Technologies.
“We are delighted to have Nakayama as our leader to strengthen relationships with Japanese customers and drive our business growth. With a strong track record, I am confident he will make a significant impact to the digital transformation needs of our Japanese customers.”
According to HCL Technologies, Masayuki Nakayama has more than three decades of experience in the IT industry. In the past, Nakayama had served as Vice President at IBM Japan as well as Senior Vice President at Tata Consultancy Services Japan.
He is also credited to have steered business transformation at Japan Post Holdings in his role as Managing Executive Officer and Group Chief Information Officer.
“HCL Technologies has been present in the Japan market for more than 20 years, and I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to all our customers and partners who have supported us in our growth over the years,” Nakayama said.
Masayuki Nakayama said: “We are committed to further evolving HCL’s capabilities in line with our customers’ digital transformation goals. Companies in Japan are working on digital transformation initiatives and require securing talented IT resources while incorporating cutting-edge technologies.
“I believe HCL Technologies is the best partner for Japanese enterprises, as it has been supporting the digitalization of many of the world’s leading global companies.”
Recently, HCL Technologies said that it has been selected by Sweden’s Husqvarna to drive its digital transformation.