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FPT, RWE continue strategic partnership.

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FPT Corporation (FPT), a Southeast Asia's IT services provider, has prolonged a service agreement with RWE AG (RWE) for the delivery of digital technology services and solutions, the company said.

The agreement lasts until end of the year 2024.

According to the agreement, from 2019 to 2024, FPT will be providing emerging technology solutions in areas such as Internet of Things (IoT), mobile solutions and Robotics Process Automation (RPA). According to the agreement, FPT will also provide consulting and development services in Test Automation, ABAP development, SAP consulting, and SAP Application maintenance.

The prolonged cooperation from 2019 to 2024 with RWE reinforces FPT's role as a trusted strategic partner with intensive domain knowledge and 15-year experience in utilities industry. FPT Germany's CEO Le Hong Hai affirmed: "Expanding the partnership with RWE -- a European firm with highly strict demands - does recognize our technology capabilities and continuous endeavor in the past five years. FPT looks forward to a new phase of cooperation where we help them remain a key player of the energy markets in Europe by accelerating the adoption of digital transformation."

Prior to this, FPT has provided long-term comprehensive IT services to RWE AG, mainly in the area of SAP solutions. The relationship between two companies began with the merger of FPT and RWE IT Slovakia - a subsidiary of RWE AG -- in 2014.

FPT is the global technology and IT services group headquartered in Vietnam with nearly USUSD 2 billion in revenue and 33,000 employees. FPT is a pioneer in digital transformation and delivers world-class services in Smart factory, Digital platforms, RPA, AI, IoT, Enterprise Mobility, Cloud, AR/VR, Embedded Systems, Managed services, Testing, Platform modernization, Business Applications, Application Services, BPO, and more. For more information, visit www.fpt-software.com.

RWE AG, with its headquarters in Essen, Germany, has three operating divisions: Lignite & Nuclear, European Power based on gas, coal, hydro and biomass, and Supply & Trading. The company plays a major role in power system operations and security of supply across Europe. Its fourth pillar of business is a majority stake in innogy SE, one of the continent's energy companies.

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