Informatica Names 2017 Partner of the Year Award Winners at Annual Kickoff Event

 

Partner of the Year Each year at this time, we have the pleasure of announcing the Informatica Partner of the Year Award winners.

While all our partners are critical to helping our customers embrace our technologies and successfully transform how they run their businesses, the 2017 recipients have all excelled and consistently exceeded criteria set within the Informatica Partner Program. All showcased extraordinary performance and success in working closely with new and existing customers to support them in their data-driven digital transformations.

This year’s recipients include leading systems integrators, solutions providers and resellers from across the globe. Our 2017 award recipients were honored at a special ceremony during our 2018 Kickoff in Las Vegas this week.

This year’s Outstanding Informatica Partner of the Year award went to Affecto.

Erik G. Andreassen, director, Partners & Software Business, Affecto, now a part of CGI, said, “This prestigious honor recognizes our success as a key contributor to Informatica’s growth in the Nordic market and our ability to enable our mutual customers to get more insights faster from their data. We look forward to continuing to drive and position new technologies and innovations from the Informatica product portfolio to support our customers’ digital transformation efforts in the years to come.”

Here’s the complete list of 2017 Partner of the Year Award recipients.

Here’s what other Partner of the Year award recipients had to say:

Yutaka Sasaki, senior vice president in Business Solutions Sector, NTT DATA Corporation, said, “NTT DATA will continue to utilize Informatica as a powerful solution for providing AI integration services that support data utilization by AI/analytics, and as a digital innovation partner for customers. Together, we help customers transform their business and create business value from their data.”  

Owen Lewis, chief executive officer, Agile Solutions, said, “We are committed to delivering data-driven client value to help organizations transform their business data into business capital. And, with a range of data management products and solutions that can solve even the most complex data challenges, Informatica is key to our success.”

Chris Gately, chief revenue office, Paradigm, said, “We thank our partners at Informatica for the support and relationships that we have developed with them. Paradigm is heavily invested and will continue expanding our investments within the Informatica relationship and products. We focus this investment on the core solutions that add value to our customers endeavors: Next Generation Analytics, 360 Engagement, Data Governance & Compliance, and Cloud.”

Nitin Mittal, principal, US Analytics & Information Management practice leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP, said, “This recognition showcases Deloitte’s commitment to help our clients fully leverage the potential value of all things data to drive a competitive advantage. We are committed to working with Informatica and our mutual customers to shape strategy, manage data, improve performance and enhance insights to drive a data advantage in the market.” 

 Srikant Kanthadai, vice president and global head of Data Management, Capgemini Insights & Data Global Practice, said, “Capgemini has been an Informatica Global Partner for over five years now and together we are committed to delivering innovative and best-in class next gen Data Management solutions, enabling insight-driven transformation and rapid deployment in organizations worldwide.”

We are extremely proud to name these organizations Informatica’s Partners of the Year and are fortunate to collaborate with such outstanding companies. In fact, all our partners have contributed significantly to the strong momentum and success of the Informatica Partner Program over the past year and we are committed to enabling all our partners to be even more successful in 2018.

Comments

  • Johannes Almiala

    The 1st photo is not of Affecto even though it’s positioned right next to Affecto part.