The technology company ‘Infosys’ has announced a CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) collaboration of partnership with the Tennis Australia for the new learning initiative and digital accessibility along with creating the pathways for the learning and education for all the under-represented communities.
This program has been a part of the Digital Innovation Partnership of both Tennis Australia and Infosys that had been extended recently until 2026. As the company ‘Infosys’ is continuing to enhance the digital experiences for the fans of Tennis, along with the coaches, players and the media at Australian Open 2022, and the company has also been embarking on a journey for leveraging the capabilities for also having positive impact on the community.
As a partner, who has been committed to the sport in the region of Australia and New Zealand for the initiatives like the Aces for the Bushfire Relief in the year 2020 and also building an virtual hub of the Australian Open in the year 2021 for the purpose of enabling the tournament access digitally in a year affected by the novel corona virus.
During this collaboration, Tennis Australia and Infosys is going to be focusing on using the technology for the good along with a vision for the purpose of enhancing the learnability, accessibility and inclusivity beyond and on the court.
This collaboration has been starting with the enhancement of the leadership programs of Tennis Australia for the purpose of powering and engaging the leaders of tomorrow for helping them to make positive changes in their communities.