Informatica Solutions Ranks High in Cloud Integration Market
May 05, 2014
Informatica Corporation recently introduced an enterprise-class data connector for Amazon Redshift that can provide a seamless on-ramp to the next-generation of applications in the cloud. The company is an independent provider of data integration software which has gained an enviable position in the cloud integration market achieving record subscription revenues with more than 2,000 subscription customers.
The company is securely processing billions of transactions every day, covering numerous information assets such as Software-as-a-Service applications, on-premise applications, legacy systems, and data from mobile and social data sources.
In the growing cloud computing market, the company has been recognized by esteemed organizations like Gartner (News - Alert) Inc., Forrester Research and Bloor Research. Also Informatica cloud is ranked as the optimum integration solution for Salesforce.
In January 2014 the company was positioned as a leader in 2014 enterprise integration platform-as-a-service magic quadrant by Gartner. With more and more enterprises moving towards hybrid IT solutions, Informatica’s iPaaS solution enables them to create unified business processes through real-time data, service or process integrations, to leverage the collected data to the maximum potential.
According to a Forrester (News - Alert) report, Informatica has been identified as a leader in Forrester’s hybrid integration waves, the wide integration and cloud integration waves in addition to the Forrester wave for Internet of Things (IoT) integration.
Informatica’s cloud-based integration (CBI) service, Informatica Cloud enhances integration between salesforce.com and on-premises ERP systems. Besides, its CBI-agent architecture is simple-to-use. It features full bidirectional interoperability with metadata and data from its PowerCenter and on-premises data integration.
Bloor Research survey ranks Informatica data integration products highly for suitability, productivity and total cost of ownership. Most companies which took part in the Bloor survey that use data integration tools indicated that “Informatica is the most suitable product overall.” Informatica was found to be suitable for a wide range of applications and was placed among the top three products in all project categories.
Edited by Maurice Nagle