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Data 4.0: The Soul of Digital Transformation

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Extract Metadata and Data Lineage from Your Proprietary and Custom Data Sources

Data cataloging is a critical component of any data or metadata management strategy.  Central to data cataloging is metadata connectivity. It helps establish the unified metadata foundation required to drive successful data-driven digital transformation initiatives with intelligence and automation.  At Informatica, we have been working with many of the leading Global 2000 enterprises to help... more

Do I need a customer data platform? 8 questions to ask.

Many organizations are driven by the customer. Customer experience, customer interactions, customer surveys, compliance with customer privacy regulations, to name a few. This is because without customers there is no business and no revenue. Both B2C and B2B organizations are putting the customer first in today’s highly competitive marketplace. So, the big question is: do... more

Managing and Governing Data in Today’s Cloud-First Financial Services Industry

Cloud is the modern technology foundation for most of today’s digitally driven financial services industry. Regardless of size, companies across all sectors, from banking to brokerages, are investing in new cloud-based solutions for modern business applications, transaction platforms, and analytics to improve customer experience, simplify IT, and reduce ongoing operational costs. According to Forbes, 67%... more

4 Reasons Why Finance Should Care About Data Management

Finance data lives in many places within the company and goes by many names—chart of account, cost center, product code, business units, projects, legal entities, as well as core reference data such as billing codes, taxonomies, geocodes, and product classifications. And the finance functions of most organizations typically have a process for managing and changing... more

Why data needs to be hands-free

Data is being democratized, extending the audience for business analytics by sharing access with more enterprise users. In theory, that should mean more people can bring insights to the surface and uncover new opportunities to create customer value. Advances like data orchestration and data lakes have made broader access easier – but many organizations still... more

8 Uses Cases of a Cloud Integration Hub

As organizations experiment and innovate at speed, integration leaders and architects are looking for ways to successfully operationalize and embed those innovations into their IT landscape. New use cases and patterns emerge that need to be evaluated and teamed with the right integration solution for better business value. Increasingly, companies are investing in and implementing... more

Gaining Adoption with Democratization at Eli Lilly

If you’ve been following our Data Empowerment Experts series this year, you’ll know that we have been outlining some of the challenges with turning data into insights that can be used throughout an organization to deliver business value. While there are certainly a lot of hurdles to overcome, one of the biggest challenges is getting... more

Enjoying your data lake from your lakehouse

When it comes to data, businesses have trust issues. According to a survey by TDWI, 64% of CIOs(1) believe data quality and management are the biggest barriers to unleashing the power of all the information they process and store. To gain more control, companies have invested in cloud data warehouses and data lakes. The growing... more

Leverage tailored 360-degree views of your business for every user

Business uncertainty is at an all-time high. As organizations react to changing consumer patterns and behaviors, priorities shift to accommodate increased e-commerce and digital sales, the need to build a more efficient supply chain, stricter demands around financial reporting accuracy, as well as overall customer experience. Domain-specific 360 solutions allow you to build resiliency and... more

Unleashing data’s promise in disrupted times

The average lifespan of an S&P500 company is now less than 20 years – down from 60 years in the 1950s. If large organizations are going to survive, they need to radically rethink strategies and business models. Grocery stores are launching banks. E-commerce businesses are building brick and mortar locations. Amid all the disruption, the... more