The Coca-Cola Company entered a five-year deal with Microsoft to use its software and cloud products, the companies announced Monday. The soft drink maker plans to "gain new insights from data across the enterprise" using Microsoft Azure, Dynamics 365 and Microsoft 365.
The deal provides all 86,000 Coca-Cola employees access to Dynamics 365 Customer Service, the Power Platform and Microsoft Teams. Microsoft and Coca-Cola representatives declined to comment on the cost of the deal.
Coca-Cola aims to use Microsoft technology to replace previously disparate and fragmented systems, said Barry Simpson, SVP and chief information and integrated services officer of The Coca-Cola Company, in a statement.