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No more trips to Vietnam

Well, last week was a big week for me. I decided to leave FCG and return to work for Coca-Cola Enterprises. I had been talking with the people I know at CCE since late last year about working with them and they finally had a position open up a couple of weeks ago. I'm excited to go back there and work on the business side of the company versus the IT side. I start on Apri l16.

I will be working in the Revenue Management Department as the Forecasting & Planning Manager. Essentially I will be the business process owner, facilitator, and coordinator of all forecasting and planning activities within the company. That involves working with all of the regional and corporate business units to ensure that the tools and related processes are thoroughly integrated across finance, revenue management, supply chain, logistics and sales. I will also be responsible for managing all of the support tools and solutions, so I still get to be a Project Manager.

This is a big job with lots of potential and a great group of people to work with. I already know almost everyone on this team already they were the business sponsors for the IT projects I managed when I worked in IT for CCE.

FCG has been a terrific place to work and this was not an easy decision. I have loved working with the team in Vietnam and I will miss them dearly, but ultimately this was a personal decision and is best for both me and my family. I thank everyone at FCG for helping me learn so much.

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  1. Hey, your new layout looks very familiar! Anyhow, congrats on the new job. Your mom was telling us about that the other day!
    love s

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  3. Congrats Andy! I hope this keeps you close to home more ;-) We miss you guys!!
    h

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  4. Hi Andy,

    It's been a pleasure to work with you on your last project in FCG.

    I wish you good luck on the next step in your career path.

    But wait, do you really like Vietnam that much? If so then I have an Easter Egg for you
    http://www.cocacolavietnam.com
    Coke has an office and a factory in Vietnam, only about 20km from FCG Vietnam Office!

    Cheers

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  5. We will miss you a lot Andy.There is a Coca Cola Company here in Vietnam, and you may come back ^_^

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  6. Dear Andy,

    I’d like to thank you for the time I worked at Chesterfield. You are not only a good manager but also a wonderful person. You are the most special one I’ve ever met.
    Now, you have a new path for your career but I hope we will see each other again. I wish you are successful in your new job.

    All the best,
    Brave.

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