Tag "data validation"

Two Big Initiatives to Finish 2015 Strong

I love the annual planning process. Does anyone other than me ever say that? I love to outline initiatives that I want to tackle in the year to come. It’s a great time to assess what went well in the current / previous year and brainstorm what you can take on in the year to... more

Everybody‘s Doing It! Learn how at Informatica World 2015!

Everybody’s doing it.  And if not, they say they are doing it anyway!  Are you doing it?  We all hear the mantra: ‘Data is an asset’.  Everybody wants to get in on the action.  Hear at Informatica World 2015 how Informatica customers are using data integration agility to drive business agility.  These organizations are relying on... more

How to Ace Application Migration & Consolidation (Hint: Data Management)

Will your application consolidation or migration go live on time and on budget?  According to Gartner, “through 2019, more than 50% of data migration projects will exceed budget and/or result in some form of business disruption due to flawed execution.”1  That is a scary number by any measure. A colleague of mine put it well:... more

The Billion Dollar (Data Integration) Mistake

How would you like to wake up to an extra billion dollars, or maybe nine, in the bank? This has happened to a teacher in India. He discovered to his astonishment a balance of $9.8 billion in his bank account! How would you like to be the bank who gave the client an extra nine Billion dollars? Oh, to... more

A Data Integration Love-Fest in Vegas

Question: What do American Airlines, Liberty Mutual, Discount Tire and MD Anderson all have in common? Is it? a) They are all top in their field. b) They all view data as critical to their business success. c) They are all using Agile Data Integration to drive business agility. d) They have spoken about their... more

Agile Data Integration in Action: PowerCenter 9.6 Demo

A Data Integration Developer, a Data Analyst and a Business Analyst go into a bar… Heard that one? You probably didn’t. They never made it to the bar. They are still back at the office, going back and forth for the umpteenth time on the data requirements for the latest report… Sounds familiar? If so,... more