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).
In charge of managing the 8th representative office of FPT in Japan, with less than 10 employees, Chief Representative – Mr. Tsujimoto Hiroshi said that he was full of energy, enthusiasm and positive spirit.
“When I studied in Oklahoma in the United States, my best classmate was a Vietnamese. Since then, I have been interested in history and culture of Vietnam. After I started my IT career in Japan, I came to Vietnam and felt that this country will grow significantly,” Chief Representative of Hokkaido Office. “I have been working for FPT for three years and feel very happy to work at the largest IT company in Vietnam”.
Before becoming Chief Representative of Hokkaido Office, Mr. Tsujimoto Hiroshi used to be the Chief Representative of Fukuoka Office and the pioneers in finding and developing business between FPT and its new customers. Mr. Tsujimoto was awarded as the “whale hunter” by FJP CEO Tran Dang Hoa in Q3 in 2018.
“The new office will be located in Sapporo – the only office in the North of Japan. We have only 6 engineers working here. But I believe I know how to make customers trust in the solutions of FPT and many new engineers will come to work for FPT at Hokkaido office,” Mr. Tsujimoto emphasized. He also noted that FPT Hokkaido aims to have 100 members working there in the next 5 years.
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 9 offices throughout Japan, including Hokkaido, Tokyo, Yokohama, Shizuoka, 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.