The software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform will deliver NXP flexibility, traceability and cost reductions, said the manufacturer.
The service covers most business transactions and will enable NXP to effectively communicate with its customers and suppliers.
Louis Luijten, chief information officer at NXP said, "We were looking for a new, innovative solution and initially did not consider a SaaS offering.
"However, Axway and Atos Origin seem very promising and provide us with a cost effective solution, based on a pay-per-use concept, moving in parallel with our business dynamics."
He said, "NXP can realise electronic business communication with its current and new partners more easily, faster and more economically than ever before."
The on-demand service will be delivered from Atos Origin's global B2B support centres in Eindhoven, Singapore, Sao Paulo and Mumbai.
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