On August 22, FPT Chairman Truong Gia Binh and Chief Technology Officer at Coca Cola- Ms. Tiffani Sassei officially signed a cooperation agreement for digital transformation in the 2017-2020 periods.
Accordingly, FPT will find appropriate digital solutions for Coca-Cola Vietnam to promote its manufacturing. In addition, the two sides will cooperate in other activities such as training and encouraging students of FPT Education to participate in Coca-Cola Vietnam’s projects as well as implementing several sustainable development projects etc.
Speaking at the ceremony, Ms. Tiffani Sassei said that digitalizing manufacturing and business operations is one of Coca-Cola’s priorities for building smart plants in addition to green energy, automation, partners’ capacity development for the small and medium-sized enterprises in its supply chain, and a high quality work environment. This demonstrates its commitment for a stable investment that is consistent with Vietnam’s priorities in Industry 4.0. As one of Vietnam’s leading technology companies, FPT has helped many enterprises with digital transformation. “With its experience and technological capacity, we believe that FPT will bring an effective digital- transformation process for Coca-Cola Vietnam” Ms. Sassei spoke at the ceremony.
Also at the event, FPT Chairman Truong Gia Binh stated that the partnership with Coca-Cola Vietnam marks a spot on FPT’s map of digital transformation practices. FPT will study and offer the most appropriate solutions to help Coca-Cola Vietnam improve its capabilities in Industry 4.0 era.
In Vietnam, FPT is a pioneer in digital transformation. In recent years, FPT has become a partner of GE Predix, Amazon Web Services and Microsoft – the world’s leading corporations that own the core technologies of the digital revolution. These partnerships enable FPT to offer the most advanced IoT solutions, manage and run its services on a global scale, making customers’ digital process effective. Currently, 28 percent of FPT’s revenue comes from digital projects while India’s IT industry is expected to reach that rate by 2020.