Infosys announces a CSR partnership with Tennis Australia

For new digital accessibility and learning initiatives

Infosys today announced a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) partnership with Tennis Australia to drive new digital learning and accessibility initiatives to create learning and education pathways for underrepresented communities. This program is part of Infosys and Tennis Australia’s Digital Innovation Partnership, which was recently extended until 2026.

As Infosys continues to improve the digital experiences for tennis fans, players, coaches and the media at AO 2022 out of court, the company embarks on a journey to leverage these opportunities to also positively impact the community. As a sports partner in the Australia, New Zealand (ANZ) region, Infosys has partnered with Tennis Australia on initiatives such as the Aces for Bushfire Relief in 2020 and building an AO Virtual Hub in 2021 to provide digital access to tournaments in a pandemic-related year.

In this 5-year journey, Infosys and Tennis Australia will focus on using technology for good with a vision to improve accessibility, learnability and inclusiveness on and off the court. The five-year partnership begins by enhancing Tennis Australia Leadership programs to engage and empower tomorrow’s leaders to create positive change in their communities.

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