Under the terms of the partnership agreement, Coca-Cola will use a string of Microsoft’s products including Azure, Dynamics 365, its sales software, Microsoft 365 cloud services, as well as its business messaging application Microsoft Teams. Coca-Cola seeks technology solutions to gain new insights from data across the enterprise, enabling a 360-degree view of the business, and providing enhanced customer and employee experiences, it said.
“Innovation and growth are key pillars of our business,” said Barry Simpson, senior vice president and chief information and integrated services officer at Coca-Cola. “This partnership with Microsoft allows us to really step change our employee experience through replacing previously disparate and fragmented systems. These platforms allow