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Atos Origin wins €155 M Global Sourcing contract with NXP!

As part of this new contract, Atos Origin will manage all infrastructure services for NXP’s core business 24/7 to help consolidate and optimize all global manufacturing and engineering data centres. These services, which comprise consulting and outsourcing services, are based on Atos Origin’s global sourcing strategy. Atos Origin and NXP will work with jointly agreed key performance indicators including systems availability, continuous service, cost reductions and output performance levels. This indicates the strategic importance to NXP and high level of confidence that Atos Origin holds to perform according to set targets.


"We have been working with Atos Origin for many years, and they have proven to be a reliable partner that generates results. For this deal which supports our core business, we need a partner with international presence and who knows our business. Our strategy focuses on increased efficiency by returning to our core activities, and Atos Origin will be our long-term partner to strengthen our competitive presence and increase our output. We were extremely pleased with the speed and flexibility during the procurement process. Both parties have worked together in close cooperation, always focussing on NXP’s business requirements", says Louis Luijten, CIO of NXP Semiconductors.



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  1. hello Sir,

    !!! congrstulation !!! for wins 155 M Global Sourcing contract.
    "Sir my some word true for I.T Filled"

    Most of the multinational companies today open up a software development company of their own. The profits generated in the IT sector in general and in software development in particular augured by the factors like offshore software development and outsourcing have spurred the multinational companies to make the most of this trend.

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