TOMS Shoes Partners with Infosys for Global Digital Operations

Bangalore, September 21, 2015

Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, has announced that it has signed a three-year agreement with TOMS to become its worldwide partner to maintain and develop its digital platform.

The agreement will enable TOMS to streamline the management of its web-based properties and introduce automation technologies to lower overall support and development costs.


  • Infosys will introduce automation solutions to the testing environment, targeting automation of 70 percent of the regression testing suite for TOMS digital operations using Infosys Web Test Automation Framework
  • The transition to a single-supplier model will enable TOMS to introduce new functionality with ease across all its properties, including mobile environments
  • Infosys will manage the systems upgrade to Oracle ATG 11.1
  • Infosys will provide TOMS with Information Technology support in all six countries in which it currently operates – the U.S., Canada, Germany, the U.K., France and the Netherlands


Matt King, Senior Vice President - Technology, TOMS:
"Infosys brings to us valuable experience to support and optimize the way we run our existing digital platforms so that we have the time and resources to branch out into new areas. It is vital that we have trusted partners as we grow our business."

Madhu Janardan, Vice President, Regional Head of Retail, Consumer Goods and Logistics, Infosys:
"The original concept of TOMS Shoes is an inspiration, which makes us proud to be their partner. As we help them mature into a multi-channel global operation, we will use our technology skills and our experience with the world’s leading retailers and online commerce players to create a compelling experience for them. More importantly, it gives us great satisfaction to know that this partnership will help TOMS continue its mission of helping the underprivileged across the world – whether by giving brand new shoes to children in need or by creating sustainable water systems."


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