For many years, IBM has been the technology provider for the tournament, one of the four Grand Slams and the first of the calendar year.
The switch of technology provider could be due to the increasing costs of staging the tournament. A report in The Australian said the organisation's annual profit had halved despite pulling in record revenue, with the cost of hosting rising above $200 million.
The report said Tennis Australia's 2018 financial report showed a net surplus of about $6 million in the year which ended on 30 June, down from $11.4 million a year earlier. Revenue was up from $318 million in the year ending 30 June 2017, to $337 million in FY2018.
Tournament director Craig Tiley said: "Partnering with Infosys is an exciting next step in our ongoing quest to innovate the Australian Open and engage new audiences across the world.
"We have long understood the importance of using data and insights to improve connections with our fans, players, coaches and the rest of the tennis community and we look forward to working with Infosys to change the way we all experience our great sport in the future."
Tennis Australia will pull in more money next year as it has switched TV broadcasters as well. Nine Entertainment will telecast the 2019 tournament and has paid $348.5 million for a six-year deal. Prior to this, Channel Seven had been the home for the Open for many years.
Infosys chief executive and managing director Salil Parekh said: “This partnership is about creating new ways of experiencing the Australian Open.
"We’re really excited about the opportunity to showcase how digital technologies can enhance the boundaries of this tournament, to change the way the Australian Open is watched, analysed and played.
"This association with Tennis Australia also reaffirms our strategic commitment to the region where we partner with some of the leading enterprises in driving their digital transformation agenda.”