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Informatica signs distie deal with Ingram Micro Cloud in India

12 Jan 17

Informatica has recently revealed a distribution agreement in India with Ingram Micro, a global cloud service provider.

Through this partnership, Infomatica’s suite of cloud data management products will be available to Ingram Micro Cloud’s extensive channel partner network in India.

According to the two companies, as cloud computing continues to gain increased market traction in India, businesses need the right solutions to ensure data quality when moving between on-premise systems and the cloud.

That is where Informatica comes in. Its cloud-based data management solutions will enable Ingram Micro Cloud resellers to address the growing need for high-performance data integration.

The two organisations will also work to help customers achieve a trusted 360 degree customer view, while increasing agility and end user productivity.

Rodney Foreman, SVP of Partner Ecosystem at Informatica says the partnership enables them to bring the value of cloud data management to enterprises in the region, more efficiently.

“Informatica provides the industry’s only unified integration cloud that enables companies to easily and cost-effectively harness the increasingly voluminous datasets moving to SaaS apps, such as Salesforce.”

Harish Laddha, director of Cloud Sales at Ingram Micro India adds that with Informatica Cloud Data Management solutions, “our value added resellers can help organizations unify data from different sources with prebuilt connectors and benefit from a consistent and accurate view of their customers across multiple systems and applications.”

It was only a few months ago that Informatica announced Jacob Van Der Eyk as its partner development manager for Australia and New Zealand.

The company aims to provide a stronger arm to the data management solutions company's INFORM Partner Program.

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