Informatica enhances intelligent cloud platform  

Informatica has enhanced its Intelligent Cloud Services (IICS) platform.

“The industry at large is seeing an accelerated interest in moving to the cloud as part of a larger data strategy and the need for an efficient data-led transformation is continuing to grow,” said Scott Holcomb, Principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP. “Deloitte’s business acumen combined with Informatica’s enterprise cloud data management platform is helping organisations move to a cloud-first, cloud-native strategy quickly and efficiently so business can thrive in a post-pandemic world.”

“Informatica and Capgemini share a mission to help customers achieve their data-driven cloud transformation goals,” said Eric Reich, Capgemini’s AI and Data Engineering Offer Leader. “Informatica Intelligent Cloud Services, coupled with Capgemini’s capabilities and accelerators, provides customers the ability to master their trusted and secured data estate and accelerate the speed to business value. A common industrialised global approach leveraging the right data management solutions to integrate cloud-based applications with ease and realise enhanced data quality, security, and visualisation.”

Enhancement include: Low-code/zero code application development coupled with a modular drag-and-drop interface driven by business processes that allows users to stand up non-siloed business applications quickly. The code is reusable, vendor-neutral and has built-in data governance, privacy, and cataloging all powered by CLAIRE, the Informatica AI/ML engine.

 Simple, consumption-based pricing provides customers with consumption-based pricing.

Since its launch in September 2020, nearly 9,000 partners have completed the no-cost, on-demand Foundation Level Certification 100 Series. The next level, the 200 Series, includes a deeper dive on product architectures, use cases for cloud application modernisation, data democratisation with consideration of data governance and privacy, and 360-degree business views for finance and customer experiences, all at no cost and on demand.

“Companies are only 20% on their way to the cloud and we are now poised to see that accelerate in the coming years,” said Richard Ganley, Senior Vice President, Global Partners & Digital Transformation. “A cloud-first digital transformation is a complex journey, and as the leader in all five Gartner Magic Quadrant reports, Informatica and its partners stand shoulder to shoulder to help customers solve any challenge. We’re excited to double down on our partner growth this year with the best technology and best partners globally to give customers the most flexibility and control of their journey to the cloud.”

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