India’s growing app economy; In conversation with NTT Data CTO Kris Fitzgerald

Kris charts his journey from working for sales at IBM to working on various tech platforms and starting up in the tech space.

18th Sep 2019
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For Kris Fitzgerald, who started his career in the 1970s, technology was something new and not embedded in everyday life. Now, the CTO of Tokyo-based global IT services giant NTT Data, Kris charts his journey from IBM to starting up in the tech space


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