Infosys launches Equinox digital commerce platform

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Lately, Indian multinational IT company, Infosys launched Equinox digital commerce platform. The platform aims to provide personalized turnkey omnichannel experiences.

The company claims Equinox to be a more advanced digital commerce platform than Skava Commerce (which Infosys acquired in 2015). Equinox is designed in such a way that it offers API-first, microservices, and cloud tie-ins besides personalized commerce journeys.

Infosys Equinox digital commerce platform is specifically designed to offer:

  • Multiple languages and currencies support for the chat, voice, social and augmented reality commerce channels.
  • The capability to run and deploy on any of the cloud with the help of open-source technologies and a method to scale to B2B or B2C business models.
  • Introducing the Integrated ecosystem that covers experiences to operations.

Equinox brings in over $15 billion USD in eCommerce gross merchandise annually, according to a statement by Infosys. The company further stated that Kraft Heinz is Equinox’s biggest client and has clients in various industries like telecom, consumer product goods, media, manufacturing, and automotive.

Equinox allows the service provider to offer a bundle of merchandising, marketing, commerce, supply chain, and consumer services.

Kraft Heinz utilizes Equinox as a digital hub for servicing 250+ global brands, eCommerce, recipe, and D2C websites.

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