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Comparative Costs and Uses for Data Integration Platforms – A Study from Bloor Research

Data Integration PlatformsFor years, companies have wrestled with the promise of data integration platforms. Along the way, businesses have asked many questions, including:

  • Does Data Integration technology truly provide a clear path toward unified data?
  • Can businesses truly harness the potential of their information?
  • Can companies take powerful action as a result?

Recently, Bloor Research set out to evaluate how things were actually playing out on the ground. In particular, they wanted to determine which data integration projects were actually taking place, at what scale, and with what results. The study, “Comparative Costs and Uses for Data Integration Platforms,” was authored by Philip Howard, research director at Bloor. The study examined data integration tool suitability across a range of scenarios, including:

  1. Data migration and consolidation projects
  2. Master data management (MDM) and associated solutions
  3. Application-to-application integration
  4. Data warehousing and business intelligence implementations
  5. Synching data with SaaS applications
  6. B2B data exchange

To draw conclusions, Bloor examined 292 responses from a range of companies. The responders used a variety of data integration approaches, from commercial data integration tools to “hand-coding.”

Informatica is pleased to be able to offer you a copy of this research for your review. The research covers areas like:

  • Suitability
  • Productivity
  • Reusability
  • Total Cost of Ownership (TCO)

We welcome you to download a copy of “Comparative Costs and Uses for Data Integration Platforms” today. We hope these findings offer you insights as you implement and evaluate your data integration projects and options.

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