Tag "Cloud Data Integration"
AI and analytics are clearly big trends in 2020. Many organizations are investing in AI and analytics in the cloud—modernizing data warehouses and data lakes—with the goal of achieving dramatic improvements in performance and competitive advantage. But are they building the right data foundation to achieve their goals? In “Reengineering Work: Don’t Automate, Obliterate,” an... more
Easily manage your partner community with the new Partner Portal Managing your trading-partner community is extremely important for your business. Simplifying integration with your trading partners can expedite partner onboarding, accelerate data exchange, and reduce operational costs for all parties. In discovery sessions, customers looking for B2B solutions regularly share that they find trading-partner community... more
Enterprise cloud integration spending is expected to increase dramatically this year, according to recent forecasts. Are your business leaders in line with this trend? When I talk to customers who use iPaaS every day, it’s clear they know the value of a next-gen integration platform as a service – they can’t achieve their digital transformation... more
It seems that only a couple of years ago data integration architecture was simple. If you wanted to move data from one place to another, you simply used a manually triggered ETL process, and that was it. These days, however, most enterprises and organizations are going through a digital transformation – which requires a different... more
Data is the new business currency, hence your CRM application and data are arguably the most important assets that you are leveraging. At the head of the CRM pack is Salesforce. Its staggering 20% market share equals the next four vendors combined. Ultimately, the CRM app and data can provide insights that can impact sales,... more
Did you know that the concept of “Cloud-First” began in the U.S. federal government? Cloud-First was a mandate issued to all federal agencies by the chief information officer of the United States in December 2010. By 2012, a subsequent report to Congress showed that more than half of all federal agencies had adopted cloud computing for... more
Informatica, over the last two years, successfully transformed from running 80% of its application portfolio on premises to 80% in the cloud. Success was based on two key criteria: Ensuring the SaaS-based processes are integrated with no disruption Data in the cloud continues to be available and accessible for analytics With industry analysts predicting that... more