PepsiCo Taps Microsoft to Fuel Data Insight

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PepsiCo Taps Microsoft to Fuel Data Insight

By CGT Staff - 07/27/2020

PepsiCo is teaming with Microsoft as its preferred cloud provider to accelerate its infrastructure, ERP and data estate consolidation and modernization.

As part of the five-year agreement, PepsiCo will bring Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams to all of its 270,000 global employees. Microsoft Azure, meanwhile, will provide the No. 3 consumer goods company with greater agility and the ability to derive new insights from its data estate to fuel product innovations, customer intimacy and sustainability goals.

“As a global leader in convenient food and beverages, our commitment to the timely delivery of PepsiCo products has never been more important,” said PepsiCo CIO Seth Cohen. “Through our partnership with Microsoft, we aim to improve service delivery capabilities to meet rising demand for essential goods while driving new innovations to make our operations and workforce stronger and more resilient for the future.”

Beverage competitor Coca-Cola announced earlier this year that it too was partnering with Microsoft for enterprise data insight.  

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Banks is currently president and a non-independent director, succeeding Noel White who will be elevated to role on board as executive vice chairman.

The beverage company has entered into a multi-year agreement to retire two data centers that housing over 1,000 physical servers, and will instead migrate to virtual machines.

Google Cloud's suite of machine learning and analytics solutions are expected to help P&G drive decisions, provide connected experiences and advice.