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Informatica Data Quality 9.1: Discover, Profile And Cleanse – Oh My!

Today is an exciting day for Informatica as we go live with the launch of Informatica 9.1.  With this new release we are further extending our platform vision to bring to market industry leading data integration, MDM and data quality capabilities.

With the launch of Informatica 9.1, we’ll be introducing new capabilities aimed at making the process of managing data quality that much easier.  Here’s a sneak peak at what’s in store:

  • Data Discovery:  As we look to do more with larger and more diverse sets of data, the ability to quickly and effectively discover complex data structures and relationships between data elements will only become more difficult.  By better understanding dependencies we can rapidly deploy new data models and deliver value to the business much faster regardless of data volumes.
  • Data Profiling: How many times have you created data quality rules only to later find that they didn’t yield the intended results?  What if there was a mechanism to take the guesswork out of the equation, allowing you to not only more effectively create a data quality strategy but also do so as your data volumes sky rocket? For more on this, read this white paper about measuring ROI of data profiling software,
  • Data Cleansing: Wouldn’t it be great if you could put data cleansing directly in the analytic tools that we use day in and day out, thus reducing our dependence on IT for resolving data related issues? This demo, on how to manage data quality across the enterprise explains it all.

And this is only the tip of the iceberg.  I encourage you to join the live launch event today to learn more about Informatica 9.1 for Big Data and how you can leverage Informatica Data Quality to help unlock and deliver authoritative and trustworthy data.  Click here to register now.

 

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