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FPT Software Forges Strategic Alliance as Nippon Seiki’s Software Development Partner

Global IT services provider FPT Software recently inked a partnership agreement with Nippon Seiki – the world’s leading supplier of information display products for automobiles and motorcycles.

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The partnership was launched at a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signing ceremony in Hanoi, which announced FPT Software as Nippon Seiki’s software development partner.

The partnership was launched at a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signing ceremony in Hanoi, which announced FPT Software as Nippon Seiki’s software development partner. In the initial phase of the collaboration, FPT Software will develop platforms and applications for Nippon Seiki’s motorcycle meters, leveraging its extensive expertise in software development and the automotive domain.

Nippon Seiki, a global tier-1 supplier of meters and head-up displays (HUD), with a market share of nearly 50% for these products worldwide, has been facing increasing market demands and a shortage of automotive software engineers globally. To meet Nippon Seiki’s needs, FPT Software will convene a team of hundreds of highly skilled software engineers by 2025 and plans to double this workforce by 2027.

Joining forces with FPT Software will also enable Nippon Seiki to rely on a trusted, experienced partner for software while focusing on its core hardware development. This alliance expects to embrace the latest innovations in human-machine interfaces, bringing high-tech and high-quality products to vehicle manufacturers and consumers worldwide.

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Before this collaboration, FPT Software had already worked on multiple unit testing projects with Nippon Seiki’s subsidiaries, showcasing its exceptional delivery outcomes and expertise. The company has been known for providing comprehensive services and solutions to top-tier car original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and automakers to reduce time-to-market, achieve world-class certifications, and ensure safety and security for their next-generation vehicles.

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“As this year marks the 50th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic ties and the 35th anniversary of FPT, we have developed many partnerships with Japanese firms. This partnership with Nippon Seiki holds great significance for us, opening up the next chapter for both companies in the future. We are committed to dedicating our best resources to this project to achieve good results for Nippon Seiki,” said FPT Software Chairwoman Chu Thi Thanh Ha.

“Nippon Seiki always pursues safety, security, and technological innovation for our products. By integrating FPT Software’s capabilities, we look forward to achieving more rapid and significant improvements to benefit our customers worldwide,” said Nagano Keiichi, Nippon Seiki’s Chief of Automotive Design Headquarters.

According to FPT Japan CEO Do Van Khac, the partnership with Nippon Seiki also adds to the company’s established Japanese client base. FPT Software has operated in Japan for 18 years with 16 offices and nearly 15,000 employees dedicated to this market, working in Japan and other global locations. The company recently opened an innovation hub in Tochigi prefecture and a mobility hub in Shizuoka prefecture, adding hundreds of IT and automotive software engineers to the market every year.

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