FPT Japan Succeeds in Hunting Eleven “Whales” in the First Half of 2017

15 “whale hunting” targets set by FPT Chairman – Mr. Truong Gia Binh for the Japanese market are predicted to complete sooner than its plan.

Director of FPT Japan, Mr. Tran Dang Hoa has recently signed a decision to reward individuals with outstanding achievements in “whale hunting”. Accordingly, four “fishermen” were honored and awarded 30,000 yen (equivalent to VND 6 millions) in this round are Ms. Nguyen Quy Quynh with her customer – the leading Japanese car company, Ms. Nguyen Thi Thanh Huong with her customer – Renesas, Mr. Nguyen Viet Hoai Phuong with Daifuku and Ms. Le Hoang Anh with Sagawa.

The excellent “fishermen” in the second quarter. Photo taken by FJP.

With this result, after two quarters, FPT Japan has made 11 “whales” out of 15 in total of 2017. These are all businesses with $5 billion or more in their revenues.

FPT Chairman – Mr. Truong Gia Binh on his special business trip and breakfast with the Prime Minister – Mr. Nguyen Xuan Phuc personally handed the title to “fishermen”.

Mr. Nguyen Viet Hoai Phuong, Sales Manager of Osaka, said that he has followed Daifuku closely since last year and recently signed a contract with the company. However, “Daifuku, which is contacting with, is just one of Osaka’s customers. Next time, Osaka will continue to ‘whale hunting’ more than just stop here,” he said.

In the first quarter, FPT Japan also rewarded 7 “excellent” fishermen. The company has just won a major project worth tens of millions of dollars in ERP.

With approximately 800 people working directly in 4 offices in the sunrise country and nearly 5,000 people in Vietnam working indirectly in projects with Japanese customers, FPT is currently the largest foreign IT Company in Japan. Ending the first five months of 2017, FPT’s revenue in Japan reached VND 1,350 billion, up to 32% over the same period last year.

It is expected that FPT Japan will reach revenue of VND 3,400 billion by 2017 and will contribute to 50% of FPT’s target of $1 billion from foreign markets by 2020.

Credit: Thanh Nga (chungta.vn)