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PepsiCo, Inc.

700 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase, NY 10577
United States
Main Phone: (914) 253-2000

Ticker Symbol: (NYSE: PEP)
Sector(s): Consumer Defensive
Industry: Beverages—Non-Alcoholic
Full Time Employees: 309,000


PepsiCo Fortune 500 Rank: #45
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What do the PepsiCo Org Charts look like?

PepsiCo Org Charts Corporate Structure

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Who are the decision makers at PepsiCo?

PepsiCo Org Charts Executive Leadership

PepsiCo Executive Leadership Cont

Ramon L. Laguarta

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

David Flavell
Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Corporate Secretary

Marie Gallagher
Senior Vice President and Controller

Hugh F. Johnston
Vice Chairman and Chief Financial Officer

Ram Krishnan
CEO International Beverages and Chief Commercial Officer

Silviu Popovici
Chief Executive Officer, Europe

Paula Santilli
Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Latin America (LatAm)

Ronald Schellekens
Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer

Kirk Tanner
Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Beverages North America

Eugene Willemsen
Chief Executive Officer, Africa, Middle East, South Asia

Steven Williams
Chief Executive Officer, PepsiCo Foods North America

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Who serves on PepsiCo’s Board of Directors?
PepsiCo Org Chart Board of Directors
Ramon L. Laguarta
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Segun Agbaje
Group Chief Executive Officer, Guaranty Trust Holding Company Plc

Shona L. Brown
Independent Advisor; Former Senior Advisor to Google Inc.

Cesar Conde
Chairman, NBCUniversal News Group

Ian Cook
Former Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, Colgate-Palmolive Company

Edith W. Cooper
Former Executive Vice President and Global Head, Human Capital Management, The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc.

Dina Dublon
Former Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, JP Morgan Chase & Co.

Michelle Gass
Chief Executive Officer, Kohl’s Corporation
Sir Dave Lewis
Former Group Chief Executive Officer, Tesco PLC; Chairman, XLinks

David C. Page
Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Former Director and President, the Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research

Robert C. Pohlad
President of various family-owned entities; Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of PepsiAmericas, Inc.

Daniel Vasella
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Novartis AG

Darren Walker
President, Ford Foundation

Alberto Weisser
Former Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Bunge Limited

Where is PepsiCo investing in their business?


PepsiCo Europe embraces digital start-ups to boost sustainability
Aug 2022
PepsiCo has announced that it will elevate its supply chain in Europe and collaborate with companies to pilot technologies which aim to boost sustainability. Six successful start-ups have been selected so far, including a physical and digital tracking system for sorting and recycling of waste, a bio-based thermoplastic converted entirely from household waste – including unrecyclable plastics and all organics, and an AI-based failure detection technology for production factories.
The recycling element of the program features a trial that has a patented conversion process which UBQ Materials uses to turn unsorted household waste, including all organics and unrecyclable plastics, into a bio-based thermoplastic with a climate-positive footprint. PepsiCo will be trailing this new material in Lay’s display stands throughout Turkey, enabling potential for further circularity.
Katharina Stenholm, chief sustainability officer at PepsiCo Europe, said: “By embracing smart collaborations through PepsiCo Labs, we can unlock breakthrough solutions, and play our part in scaling technology innovations. It’s part of our commitment to solving sustainability challenges across our supply chain, and progressing PepsiCo Positive.”

PepsiCo to Build its Biggest US Factory in Denver
Jul 2022
The 1.2 million square-foot factory will produce pop, sports drinks, and sparkling water for the beverage conglomerate.
PepsiCo North America is building a huge new factory. The food and beverage giant announced plans last week to build its biggest-yet U.S. factory in Denver, Colorado, to produce Pepsi, Pepsi Zero, Gatorade, and other PepsiCo beverages. According to a company press release, the High Point facility will be 1.2 million square feet and sit on almost 152 acres of land near Denver International Airport.
PepsiCo did not disclose a dollar value for the plant or how many new employees it expects to hire, but the High Point factory is expected to replace its existing Denver facility and triple its capacity. According to The Denver Post, PepsiCo currently employs about 1,200 employees in the state.
Johannes Evenblij, chief of the West Division of PepsiCo Beverages North America, said in a statement that the plant will “serve as a model for the future of PBNA’s supply chain” and will also be the company’s most sustainable plant yet. The company says the High Point factory will feature 100% renewable energy sources, “best-in-class water efficiency” and reduced plastic use.

PepsiCo pinpoints consumer demand through digital efforts
Feb 2022
PepsiCo, Inc. will rely on technology for growth, especially in making certain that products are in the best location to meet consumer demand, said Ramon L. Laguarta, chairman and chief executive officer.“The next key facet of our strategy involves becoming a stronger organization by building advantaged capabilities to stay ahead of the evolving consumer marketplace and set the stage for future growth,” he said Feb. 23 in the Consumer Analyst Group of New York virtual conference. “For example, we're digitalizing our marketing and consumer insights efforts to help make our consumer engagement more effective and efficient, and we're simplifying and harmonizing our technology systems to connect and integrate various components of our global business.
PepsiCo has invested in omnichannel capabilities and gradually has scaled its direct-to-consumer platforms with brands such as Gatorade and SodaStream, Mr. Laguarta said. PepsiCo’s top five e-commerce markets in 2021 delivered over $4 billion in estimated retail sales, he added.
“We'll continue to invest in people and technology and build advantaged omnichannel, data and analytics and consumer insights capabilities, while also making targeted IT investments to modernize and harmonize our systems,” Mr. Laguarta said. “We believe these investments will yield opportunities for growth and contribute to our target of at least $1 billion in annual productivity savings through 2026.”

PepsiCo Announces New Innovations and Partnerships to Celebrate World Water Day
Mar 2022
Today, as part of its pep+ (PepsiCo Positive) transformation, PepsiCo, Inc. announced several new innovations, investments and partnerships to progress against its ambition to be Net Water Positive by 2030, aiming to replenish more water than the company uses. This includes developing a new technology to recover more than 50% of the water used in its potato chip manufacturing, investing nearly $2 million for the Colorado River Basin, extending safe water access to 8 million more people in 2021, and signing a new partnership to scale a groundbreaking drip irrigation technology across 10,000 hectares (25,000 acres) by 2025.

PepsiCo Accelerates Digitalization with Launch of Digital Hubs in North America and Europe
Oct 2021
PepsiCo, Inc. today announced the establishment of the company's first two Digital Hubs in North America and Europe, with plans to expand to more locations in the future. These Hubs, located in Dallas and Barcelona, are expected to create more than 500 new, high-caliber data and digital jobs over the next three years, bringing additional opportunity to the regions. By creating state-of-the-art spaces designed for real-time collaboration, the talent and capabilities housed in these Digital Hubs will drive PepsiCo's digitalization agenda and create a strong, global digital delivery network.
"Our Digital Hubs will support PepsiCo's efforts to be an even Faster, Stronger and Better Company," said Athina Kanioura, Chief Strategy & Transformation Officer, PepsiCo. "By creating an agile and dedicated environment where innovation will thrive, our talent will have the opportunity to lead work that will reach global scale and have a significant impact for PepsiCo for many years to come."
These capabilities move the company closer to a future vision where customers will have improved access to real-time sales and inventory data; consumers will benefit from consistent product availability at the right place, right time, and right price; and employees will utilize predictive decision-making tools, giving them the ability to manage more complexity with enhanced efficiency.

PepsiCo’s in-house technology informs radical shift to digital
Nov 2020
An internal measurement system called ROI Engine has guided the marketer’s recent decisions to place bigger bets on streaming and e-commerce, while saving the organization millions.
Foundational changes are underway at PepsiCo as the global food and beverage giant tries to account for a year laden with disruptions to its business. Increasingly central to the marketer’s strategy for thriving during and after the COVID-19 pandemic is an in-house technology called ROI Engine, a machine learning-powered measurement system that PepsiCo says allows it to make smarter decisions in measuring campaign effectiveness and return-on-investment (ROI), hence the name.
The company behind household names like Pepsi, Doritos and Gatorade has in recent months accelerated a shift away from linear TV toward streaming, while expanding rapidly into online sales channels that are becoming enshrined in consumer shopping habits by the pandemic, particularly direct-to-consumer (DTC) offerings. These are areas the marketer was investing in well before COVID-19 decimated most in-person venues, including sports stadiums and restaurants, where PepsiCo sells many of its products. Still, the extent to which the company has reallocated resources to digital since March is noteworthy and stands to transform its business in significant ways even after the health crisis ends.


What are the PepsiCo Executives saying about business performance?

PepsiCo (NYSE: PEP) Q3 2022 Earnings Call Highlights

September 4, 2021

PepsiCo Executives in Attendance

Ravi Pamnani, Senior Vice President of Investor Relations
Ramon L. Laguarta, Chairman and CEO
Hugh F. Johnston, Vice Chairman and CFO

Comments from Ramon Laguarta, Chairman and CEO

Ramon Laguarta, Chairman and CEO PepsiCo

"we're very pleased with the -- with the performance of the business overall. I think is driven by -- categories are healthy, both our beverage and food categories, snacks categories are growing faster than food and beverage overall in the U.S., and globally."

"We continue to invest in our brands. We're investing a lot in digitalizing the Company and some of the long-term sustainability bets that we're making as well. So, we continue with that, and next quarter will not be different than any of the other quarters that in the year. So, you should assume that we're looking at reinvesting in the next quarter and entering '23 with strength on the commercial side and on the investment side."

"Europe, as you well say, has been impacted more than other parts of the world on the cost. And therefore, we've had to lean into revenue management, probably stronger than other regions in the business. The team has been investing in those capabilities for some time already. And it's been a combination of mix management and pure pricing across most of the geographies, East and West.

We've had a good summer, which tends to drive more impulse sales and those channels have higher price per liter or price per kilo."

"our categories seem to be growing faster than food and food is growing faster than non-food. I don't think that's going to change. We've seen, I think, affordable treats and small moments of pleasure continue to be a key need state"

"We have invested a lot for the last couple of years. Our innovation is working. Our brand building is working. Our commercial execution is working and we gained meaningful share in the quarter, which makes us very happy, obviously, given the efforts the team has put in that brand. "

"we have very strict processes of portfolio optimization that are being run quarterly in each one of our businesses, so each one of the business goes through a pretty strict process of rationalization and elimination of unnecessary complexity regularly."

"our philosophy is the same. We continue to invest in advertising and marketing, make sure that we have very strong innovation, very strong commercial plans."

Comments from Hugh Johnston, CFO

Hugh Johnston, CFO PepsiCo

"we are carefully watching what happens with the consumer. We obviously exited the third quarter with the consumer still very healthy in terms of our particular categories. I'm not sure that's true broadly with housing and other big ticket purchases."

"as we've discussed before, we tend to be out about six to nine months, and that's consistent with past practice. That's the way we're operating the commodity cycle. That clearly puts us somewhat into next year, but not anywhere near all the way through next year."

"we're in a building position here, whether it's Rockstar or Mountain Dew Energy or what we're doing with Celsius or for that matter, even the Starbucks Coffee Energy business. But we now think we have three or four different ways to compete, to capture that consumer's business. So we like where we sit in that growth."


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What do the PepsiCo financials look like?

PepsiCo financial performance 

Fiscal Year  
Fiscal Year Ends Dec. 25, 2022
Most Recent Quarter September 3, 2022
Profit Margin 0.1161
Operating Margin 0.1505
Management Effectiveness  
Return on Assets 0.0838
Return on Equity 0.5571
Income Statement  
Revenue 83.64 Billion
Revenue Per Share 60.49
Quarterly Revenue Growth 0.088
Gross Profit 42.43B
Net Income Avi to Common 9.71B
Diluted EPS 6.99
Quarterly Earnings Growth 0.215
Balance Sheet  
Total Cash 6.74B
Total Cash Per Share 4.89
Total Debt 39.25B
Total Debt/Equity 205.1
Current Ratio 0.92
Book Value Per Share 13.76
Cash Flow Statement  
Operating Cash Flow 11.29B
Levered Free Cash Flow 7.1B


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Where is PepsiCo utilizing cloud technologies?

Operations Manager - Accounting
White Plains, NY
Prepares financial statements related to PepsiCo Concentrate. Prepares and analyzes for periodic, quarterly, and annual Q-schedules, balance sheet review and account reconciliations. Monitors all foreign inventory in-transit for PepsiCo Concentrate from the manufacturer to the distribution centers. Prepares Revenue & Sales journal entries, as well as revenue elimination and selling & distribution expenses. Assists with improving SOX controls and supporting the documentation and review process associated with internal controls. Coordinates requests with the external/internal auditors and manage the flow of information and documentation. Perform period and year end close tasks. Manages direct and indirect reports by reviewing and approving periodic journal entries, account reconciliations and projects.
Technologies in use: SAP, HFM Hyperion, Oracle, Microsoft Navision, Sage MAS accounting systems, Experienced Accenture CAS

SAP/ENT Technical Solutions Manager
Plano, TX
Manages the delivery of Enterprise First Global Template (Data Conversion), establishes globally harmonized IT development process via Agile methodology Responsible for the OTC (Order to Cash/Customer) domain for an end-to-end development processed deployed in the cloud by leveraging the newest SAP technologies including S/4HANA and HANA 2.0 SPS03 and using SAP Data Services for our ETL deliveries Designs the match and merge process while converting the Master data to S4 format. Uses SAP HANA Web IDE tool to convert and load the transaction data to SAP HANA Works with Remote function calls (ABAP programs), IDOCs to load Master data and Transaction data from SAP HANA to SAP S4 Collaborating with the Business Partners/Functional leads to gather the requirements and to ensure system testing is completed end to end Collaborates with the Master Data Governance (MDG) team for any conversion related issues
Technologies in use: HANA 2.0, WEB IDE(SDI,SLT), SAP DATA SERVICES , IDOCS, BAPI, RFC(remote function calls), SAP S4, Fiori Gateway, Portal, Master Data Governance(MDG), Enterprise

Senior Human Resources Manager
Hayward, CA
HR Business Partner to Supply Chain and Sales & Delivery Leadership in Fortune 50 company, while supporting 600 Non- union and Union employees. Leads and fully executes key initiatives that support PBC strategy, partners with leadership in performance management, engagement, developing effective pipeline & succession plans, diagnosing organization issues, developing solutions and implementing action plans. Enhance staffing efforts through candidate flow optimization (geo fencing, audience targeting, email & social media campaigns) and onboarding effectiveness efforts for Warehouse and Sales Delivery teams, by delivering recommendations through root cause analysis & benchmarking, nation-wide trends, deploying marketing/advertisement efforts through geo fencing strategy, employee t-shirts, and realistic job previews Leads high volume and complex employee investigations, creating org-wide/team recommendations through root cause analysis; lead the investigation sensitive complaints pertaining to EEOC protected categories, and ADA with deliverable action plans to increase levels of accountability, decrease/avoid lawsuits, and decrease Union risk in Creates and influences, action planning for sitewide Annual Operating Plans (AOP) and Org Health Survey (OHS) by identifying areas of improvement, roundtable & feedback design, championed Diversity and Inclusion Committee in support of Org Health Survey (OHS) target efforts to increase community, wellness, and local sitewide events engagement.
Technologies in use: Workable, Greenhouse, Oracle HCM, PeopleSoft, Workday, Cornerstone, SQL, ADP TotalSource, Tableau, Visio, Agile methology, Insperity

IT Infrastructure Program Manager
Plano, TX
Deploys IT infrastructure solutions at 196 field and corporate locations. Manages15 Network Engineering, Project Management resources against average of 4-6 projects per year. 2020 program of projects and resources were more than $8M. Leads the creation of an environment for mentoring and training other project managers and coordinators on the program. Creates budgets and conducts variance analysis for the different workstreams and projects on the program to ensure profitability at the program level. Reviews and validates technical documentations templates (SOPs, LLD, HLC, BOM, Port mapping documents) before publishing to all required stakeholders. Ensurse project artifacts are made available and up to date across internal and client facing repositories. Conducts Project Post-mortem and Lessons Learnt sessions to ensure all lessons learnt are documented and shared for consideration in future projects.
Technologies in use: HP PPM, ServiceNow, Jira, Archibus, Visio, Waterfall, Agile, SDLC, Scrum

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