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The Data Governance Panel Explores The Complex Business of Using Data Correctly

Data Governance requires people, processes, and technology to collaborate seamlessly in order to be successful. But it can be executed using different frameworks and operating models, depending on project needs. During Informatica World, a Data Governance customer panel featured a selection of use cases and styles that showcased a wide range of strategies. Through presentations... more

Start Your Journey to Becoming a Cloud Integration Guru at the Cloud Innovation Summit

Join us in San Francisco, May 23-26, at Informatica World to get a deeper look at how Informatica Cloud can help you increase agility, reduce costs, and optimize your Hybrid IT environment. This year we are kicking off Informatica World with a one-day Cloud Innovation Summit on Monday, May 23rd, that focuses on helping you... more

Your Informatica World Experience for Customer Experience

Customer Data Strategies at the MDM 360 Summit at Informatica World   Every year, thousands of people from around the globe converge at Informatica World to discover the newest ways to power business with clean, consistent and connected data. This year the conference will be held between the dates of May 23rd and May 26th in San... more

Your One Stop Guide for Upcoming Data Governance Research Opportunities

Last month we held a user conference in New York City titled the Informatica MDM 360 Summit. At the event we had keynotes from the Informatica executive team, the product leadership team, and some amazing customers. In addition, there were three tracks held in the afternoon to align with common industry initiatives. One track was... more

Trust All Your Data, All The Time – Learn how at Informatica World 2016

Want to share experiences, stories and best practices around Data Quality & Governance with over 2000+ Informatica users and practitioners in one place?  Then you need to attend Informatica World 2016, May 23-26 at Moscone West, San Francisco. “Poor-quality information leads to bad decisions, regulatory compliance failures, competitive disadvantages and a host of other problems”... more