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Informatica EMEA MDM 360 Summit: Be an intelligent disruptor!

Data is the critical foundation for everything

Digitisation is all around us and it happens in every industry. The choice companies have to make is a rather simple one: You can either drive the business as a leader or desperately try to catch up. On the EMEA MDM 360 Summit Informatica encouraged the attendees to be a disrupter, be ambitious and to rethink their businesses. For those who are afraid Ron Matusof, VP Advanced Customer Engineering, recommends: The thing about innovation is, that your idea never existed before so you cannot make the perfect plan. Just make the best decision you can with the information you have and stay flexible.

Informatica EMEA MDM 360 Summit, Amsterdam: Opening

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parsionate successfully completes management buyout and funding round

Some of you know our company since it was founded in the autumn of 2013. Our colleagues and we are grateful for the encouragement and support we have received from you over the past few years. When we decided, in summer 2013, to set up a company, we could not possibly have imagined that, only three years later, we would be employing more than 60 people at different locations. But we were confident that with our focus on processes to support digitisation we had found an issue that would be very important to our customers at home and abroad.

Today, parsionate is one of the fastest growing companies with this kind of portfolio in Europe. And we will continue to accelerate our growth: As part of a management buyout, parsionate’s management team and two commercial investors acquired RS Media Group AG’s shares of our company. In addition, the parsionate Group GmbH was founded as a holding company.

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10 most common mistakes in MDM/PIM projects – Practical tips for information logistics projects

Information logistics projects are challenging. Poorly organized, they will last longer and will end up costing much more than planned. Digitization requires centralized, optimized and automated processes. Businesses need to rise to this challenge.

10 most common mistakes in MDM/PIM projects: Practical tips for projects in information logistics

Michael Mezger and Marc Hölzle report on their experiences and provide valuable tips on how to avoid common mistakes and complete your project on time and on budget.

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Informatica Focus Day: Master Data Management – Data centricity and new business models

Who needs digitization? This was one of the main issues discussed at the “Informatica Focus Day: Master Data Management“. Roger Kehl, CIO at Festo and one of the speakers at the Focus Day, identified the vast amount of data that has to be managed by companies as a key driver of digitization. The Internet of Things, “intelligent products”, additional apps for specific products, digital services: for many manufacturers, software expertise has become a necessity and an essential component of value creation.

Roger Kehl, CIO at Festo, at Informatica Focus Day: Master Data Management

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Predictions 2017 – Processes, organization and data: We do not need to look into the crystal ball!

Just before Christmas is traditionally the time when industry colleagues and market criers throw around predictions. Of course we, the experts, have to be part of it, too. A quick survey among our colleagues showed that the issues and technologies we will deal with in our customer projects don’t really require a gaze into the crystal ball. Our customers and we are already working on topics and areas that, for most people, will be only be relevant in the near future.

Lightning Surveys - Predictions 2017: Processes, Organization and Data - these topics will concern our customers and us in 2017.

These are, in a nutshell, our new and old themes for 2017

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Informatica World Tour 2016 Switzerland #IWT16

Yesterday the conference about “All Things Data” took place in Zurich. In their opening Dirk Häussermann and Oliver Schröder aroused the audience’s curiosity about the following presentations by explaining the aim of the event: To map the happenings in the world with stories about what Informatica is doing.

In their opening Dirk Häussermann and Oliver Schröder aroused the audience’s curiosity about the following presentations by explaining the aim of the event: To map the happenings in the world with stories what Informatica is doing.

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