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Indian Tech ruling the roost: Infosys strikes 3-yr deal with Nadal

Ishita Nigam

25 Aug 2023

Rafael to become Infosys' brand ambassador. On another note, all public services to become available on India's Digital Public Infrastructure in two years.

India is making grand strides in tech on both the moon and earth. On one hand, Infosys has signed a three-year deal with Rafael Nadal to build an AI-enabled match analysis tool. Nadal's coaching team will use it in real time to track and gain insights from his live matches and past data from previous games.


Together, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, Tata Consultancy Services, HCL Technologies Ltd and Wipro drive up to $1 billion from global sports partnerships. This raises India's contribution to 5% in the international sports tech industry, currently worth $21 billion.


Moreover, the Minister of State for Electronics and IT, Rajeev Chandrasekhar, announced that all public services will go digital using India’s Digital Public Infrastructure (DPI) in the next two years. DPIs are open source platforms, like Aadhaar and UPI, that facilitate digital service delivery. France, Singapore, UAE, Nepal, Bhutan, and Sri Lanka have bought India's UPI technology.

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