Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company partners with Atos

By Nell Walker
One of the largest Coca-Cola bottling companies, CCHBC (Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company) has signed a multi-million euro contract with Atos, which w...

One of the largest Coca-Cola bottling companies, CCHBC (Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company) has signed a multi-million euro contract with Atos, which will take over development and management of CCHBC’s key IT applications.

The partnership will be mutually beneficial, strengthening Atos’s Food & Beverage sector whilst allowing CCHBC access to global innovation and expertise. CCHBC will use it to push change and innovation, including its many processes across 28 countries.

Atos intends to create a Global Center of Expertise for the Food & Beverage sector allowing easier worldwide client service. Alain Brouhard, Business Solutions & Systems Director at Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, said: “We are looking forward to our partnership with Atos and are confident it will contribute to further improve the IT services provided to our business partners internally in Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company. Furthermore, we count on Atos’ experience and expertise to ensure better and faster access to new technology solutions as well as to facilitate us in leveraging market trends and Opportunities.

Ursula Morgenstern, Global head of Business & Platform Solutions, at Atos added: “This is an important deal for Atos and we are proud to include CCHBC as one of our clients. We are absolutely committed to continuing the excellent service that InfoPartners has been providing and are delighted to welcome 423 employees, who join us today. We will work with CCHBC to ensure we are aligned to their business objectives and that we enable and support their business success.”

 

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