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Informatica Signs Global Master Relationship Agreement with SAP for Data Migration

    Online News published in DMReview.com
October 25, 2005

Informatica Corporation, a leading provider of data integration software, announced it has signed a worldwide Master Relationship Agreement with SAP AG and a Go-to-Market Agreement with SAP America focused on accelerating the time-to-value of data migration and other strategic data integration initiatives for SAP customers. The announcement encompasses a three-year agreement with SAP AG that provides a framework for the execution of local go-to-market agreements, piloted by SAP America Inc. The overall relationship revolves around Informatica working with SAP customers to mitigate the risks and increase the effectiveness of data migration, system consolidation and other strategic data integration-driven projects.

Under the Master Relationship Agreement partnership, Informatica Professional Services will collaborate with local SAP services organizations to provide SAP customers with best practices, guidance and data integration technologies proven to maximize the effectiveness of data migration processes.

This includes best practices for source-data profiling, which is a critical first step in the development and implementation of optimal migration methodology and design. SAP customers will be able to leverage Informatica's data-profiling option, including connectivity to all projected source systems, in order to accurately profile and analyze the state, quality and consistency of their source data and thus expedite the creation of effective data migration and data synchronization logic.

The Go-to-Market Agreement encompasses broad range of joint sales and marketing activities between Informatica and SAP America's software and services organizations.


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