Under the partnership, TCS will speed up NXP’s cloud adoption to further improve business agility and build a future-ready digital foundation


TCS Office at SIPCOT, Siruseri, Tamil Nadu. (Credit: Naveen.kumar.kotta/ Wikipedia)

Indian IT services firm Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has been selected as a strategic partner by Dutch semiconductor manufacturer NXP Semiconductors to enhance user experience and speed up digital transformation.

Under the partnership, the Indian IT services firm will be responsible for driving NXP’s integrated IT services strategy across applications, IT infrastructure and workplace services across enterprise, manufacturing and engineering functions.

TCS will use its Machine First method to develop a business-centric operating model, which harnesses synergies across the value chain.

TCS technology business unit global head V Rajanna said: “We are delighted to expand our decade-long strategic partnership with NXP to help them build a new future-ready digital core and drive digital transformation.

“The new IT operating model will be better aligned with business and will leverage our Machine First philosophy to drive leaner, more resilient operations, elevating the user experience and enhancing NXP’s future growth.”

TCS said that the new IT landscape will enhance operational resilience, accelerate innovation and drive a better user experience.

Also, the Indian tech company will speed up NXP’s cloud adoption to further improve business agility and build a future-ready digital foundation.

NXP Semiconductors chief information officer and senior vice president Olli Hyyppa said: “TCS demonstrated an understanding of NXP’s environment and identified transformational opportunities.

“They will be a crucial partner in building our vision of an agile and lean IT environment that is essential to keep pace with our ever-growing drive to innovate.”

Recently, TCS secured a contract from Transport for London (TfL) to digitally transform taxi and private hire licensing and administration.

Under the 10-year contract, the Indian IT firm will design, implement, and operate a new smart mobility system.