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Informatica Reimagines Data Management with AI to Unleash Data-Driven Digital Transformation

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “The need for businesses to become more agile and lead their own intelligent disruptions using data has never been stronger. To accelerate their data-driven digital transformation, organizations need to manage data using a strategic approach rather than a tactical one. To unleash the full disruptive power of data, Informatica has reimagined data management, powered by metadata-driven Artificial Intelligence (AI). Informatica, the Enterprise Cloud Data Management leader, today announced general availability (GA) of the latest version of many core components of the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform, Release 10.2., an intelligent, scalable and integrated platform for managing any data to accelerate data-driven digital transformation. Powering the 10.2 release, the CLAIRE engine has enterprise-wide and metadata-driven AI at its core and informs the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform, from data cataloging and discovery to data governance stewardship to big data and data lake management.”

The release goes on, “The resulting business outcomes include: (1) Increased ROI from the industry’s most comprehensive AI-driven enterprise data catalog for discovering and managing all enterprise data. (2) Fast and effective data governance through collaboration driven alignment, documentation, implementation and adherence to policies and compliance mandates, such as GDPR, BCBS 239, CCAR, etc. (3) Faster and complete business insights leveraging a scalable and flexible intelligent data platform built to manage data of any volume, velocity and complexity leveraging best in class big data technologies. (4) Faster hybrid and multi-cloud data management deployments across ecosystems, leading to greater ROI and decreased risk of moving to the cloud.”

Read more at informatica.com.

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