Is Pepsi okay? Microsoft says it is with new cloud partnership
PepsiCo will roll out Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 to 270,000 employees.
What you need to know
- Microsoft and PepsiCo announced a five-year partnership today.
- PepsiCo will roll out Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams to all 270,000 of its employees.
- PepsiCo will also use Microsoft Azure to improve its business.
Microsoft and PepsiCo Inc. announced a five-year partnership today that makes Microsoft the preferred cloud provider of PepsiCo. The partnership also see PepsiCo roll out Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 to all 270,000 of its employees. Additionally, PepsiCo will use Microsoft Azure to improve customer intimacy and help reach sustainability goals.
Microsoft and PepsiCo announced the partnership earlier today and outlined some of its details. PepsiCo CIO Seth Cohen states:
Microsoft's CVP Enterprise Commercial Business, Deb Cupp, also added:
PepsiCo is a massive company with 23 brands that generate more than $1 billion each year in sales. Some of its biggest brands include Pepsi-Cola, Gatorade, and Frito-Lay.
Microsoft now has a major partnership with both PepsiCo and Coca-Cola.
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