FPT Software and JAL Information Technology forge new technological partnership


FPT Software, a prominent global provider of IT solutions, and JAL Information Technology (JIT), a key subsidiary of JAL Infotec under Japan Airlines, have announced the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to enhance and expand their collaboration in IT system development across both aviation and non-aviation sectors. This strategic alliance aims to harness the potential of AI, IoT, and Cloud technologies, marking a significant milestone in their longstanding partnership since 2005.

Expanding Collaboration and Technical Horizons

The MOU between FPT Software and JIT encapsulates a comprehensive plan to drive innovation and efficiency in their service offerings. Under the agreement, the companies will exchange human resources to boost technical capabilities and expand their business reach. A specialized team will be mobilized across Japan and global markets to deliver high-quality digital services, focusing on creating new service values, reducing costs, and minimizing lead times for JAL Infotec and JIT’s non-aviation business activities.

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Deepening Bilateral Ties

JAL Infotec’s CEO, Koyama Hideyuki, highlighted the deep-rooted relationship between the two firms, noting that their collaboration has significantly addressed challenges for many prominent customers. “I am glad that FPT Software and JAL Infotec have been working together to not only enhance our business operations but also to strengthen the bilateral relationship between Vietnam and Japan,” Hideyuki remarked.

FPT Software’s Senior Executive Vice President and FPT Japan CEO, Do Van Khac, echoed these sentiments, expressing optimism about the future success of the partnership. “Our two-decade partnership is built on trust and dedication. We are committed to bolstering JAL’s digital transformation and advancing our mutual business growth,” stated Khac.

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A Robust Presence in Japan

With nearly two decades of operations in Japan, FPT Software through its subsidiary, FPT Japan, has emerged as one of the largest foreign technology firms in the region. The company employs over 3,500 people across 16 local offices and innovation hubs in Japan, with a global workforce of 15,000 dedicated to the Japanese market. FPT Software serves over 450 clients globally, including 91 Fortune Global 500 companies, and is known for its excellence in Advanced Analytics, AI, Digital Platforms, Cloud, Hyperautomation, IoT, Low-code, and more. The company has also earned numerous accolades for its workplace environment, including Best Workplaces in Asia and Best Places to Work for Women in Japan.

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This MOU is not just a business agreement but a testament to the evolving dynamics in international technology partnerships. By leveraging advanced technologies and combining their resources, FPT Software and JIT are setting a benchmark for future collaborations that could shape the landscape of the IT and aviation industries.

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