Infosys selected as official digital innovation partner of ITHF
Infosys has been selected as the official digital innovation partner of the International Tennis Hall of Fame (ITHF) under a multi-year collaboration.
The Indian IT services provider will also be the title sponsor of the International Tennis Hall of Fame’s annual ATP Tour tournament, which will be called the Infosys Hall of Fame Open.
According to Infosys, the collaboration will help the International Tennis Hall of Fame increase its efforts in preserving and celebrating tennis history by means of digital advances while also identifying and acting on opportunities to boost fan experience.
Todd Martin — CEO of International Tennis Hall of Fame said: “We are thrilled to join with Infosys in a comprehensive collaboration to accelerate transformation of the digital landscape of International Tennis Hall of Fame. Infosys is a global leader in the use of cutting-edge technology in tennis and beyond, and we are honored to be a focus in their steadfast dedication to the sport.”
Infosys said that as title sponsors of the annual ATP Tour tournament, Infosys will utilize the Infosys Tennis Platform to drive digital innovation and sustained engagement.
Ravi Kumar S — President of Infosys said: “We are very inspired by the incredible strides that the ITHF is making to bring tennis fans the finest ATP Tour grass court tournament in the United States and to nurture the rich heritage of the sport.
“It will be an exciting journey as we strive to match their commitment to tennis with smart data-driven, digital innovations that can advance the outcomes of their efforts and deliver deeply engaging fan-experiences throughout the tournament.
“Collaborating with the ITHF gives us an opportunity to celebrate their rich history as the origin of the U.S. National Championships and accelerate their endeavors to preserve the history of the sport globally.”
Last October, Infosys in partnership with the ATP Tour had introduced a suite of match stats and analysis tools to provide a closer picture of the action of men’s professional tennis to fans, coaches, and media.
Earlier this month, Infosys and Roland-Garros renewed their three-year-long partnership for five more years.