PepsiCo companions Microsoft to fulfill its rising client demand
The five-year partnership will accelerate PepsiCo's ability to meet growing food and beverage demand and drive new innovations in operations and customer experiences
PepsiCo Inc.. and Microsoft Corp.. A five-year partnership was announced on Monday, establishing Microsoft as the preferred cloud provider to accelerate the infrastructure, ERP, and consolidation and modernization of the brand's data estate.
Under the agreement, PepsiCo will provide Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams to all 270,000 employees worldwide. In addition, Microsoft Azure offers the brand greater flexibility and the ability to derive new insights from its database to drive product innovation, customer proximity and sustainability goals.
"As the world's leading provider of practical foods and beverages, our commitment to delivering our brand's products on time has never been more important," said Seth Cohen, CIO of PepsiCo. "Through our partnership with Microsoft, we aim to improve service delivery capabilities to meet the growing demand for important goods while driving new innovations to make our operations and people stronger and more resilient for the future."
“Our partnership with PepsiCo is applying Azure and AI capabilities in a new and exciting way to the ever-changing supply chain and retail landscape. By migrating PepsiCo's global database and SAP landscapes to Azure, we can help PepsiCo increase efficiency from farmer to consumer, ”said Deb Cupp, Microsoft CVP Enterprise Commercial Business.
“We are also excited to be able to deliver Microsoft 365 to PepsiCo employees worldwide as part of this partnership. Mobile communication and collaboration for PepsiCo employees will be one of the keys to realizing the value that Microsoft brings. "
This partnership is expected to drive PepsiCo's operational goals and aggressive innovation plans through the use of agile cloud capabilities and provide Microsoft with the opportunity to expand its relationship with a leading global consumer goods company.