FPT Japan to open two R&D centers in Nagoya

The opening of the office in Nagoya has demonstrated FPT’s strategy on working with large customers.

In October, besides 10 representative offices spreading from north to south in Japan, FPT Japan also opened two new offices – Toyota-shi Development Center and Kariya Development Center under the Development Center managed by FPT Japan Representative Office in Nagoya.

“TMC and Denso/Aisin as well as its companies in their ecosystems are one of the most important strategic customers of FPT. The opening of two development centers is the official mark of the flag of FPT in this ecosystem after five years operating Nagoya office,” said Mr. Nguyen Quy Quynh – Chief Representative of Nagoya.

FPT Japan celebrated the 30th anniversary.

Mr. Quynh also believed that with a team of young, enthusiastic and creative professionals, FPT will soon become a platinum partner for TMC in the next five years. Therefore, FPT Japan in Nagoya could catch up with FJP in Tokyo office in the future.

The Director of FJP.NGO-D – Mr. Hoang Xuan Thang, who is in charge of managing the FPT Development Center in Kariya, also emphasized that FPT has many offices in Japan, However, the only office in Okinawa owns the research and development functions while the remaining offices are sales office. At Kariya, there are four Japanese giants, including Denso, Aisin, Toyota and Mitsubishi. Currently, all of them are FPT’s partners.

The event not only marked the development between FPT Corporation and TMC but also prompt FPT’s relationships with customers and expand other areas in the CASE (Connected, Autonomous, Sharing, Electric) trend.

Previously, on October 1, CEO FJP signed the decision to set up a representative office of FPT Japan (FJP) in Hokkaido in Japan and appointed Mr. Tsujimoto Hiroshi as the Chief Representative. With this decision, FPT Japan has its presence from the North to the South of Japan (Okinawa).

FPT Japan will celebrate its 13th birthday on November 13, confirming its position as the largest outsourcing IT company in Japan with more than 1,200 employees in 10 offices throughout Japan, including Hokkaido, Tokyo, Yokohama, Shizuoka, Hamamatsu, Nagoya, Osaka, Hiroshima, Fukuoka and Okinawa.

In addition, FPT currently has 8,000 Vietnamese employees working on projects with Japanese market. FPT Japan is expected to become one of the top 20 technology companies in Japan over the next 2-3 years, with revenues from this market of nearly USD 500 million and 3,000 employees working directly in Japan.

Source: Chungta.vn