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Comments (2)
I'm surprised that Informatica are in such a strong position. Ive always considered their software good but expensive and on the basis that few organisations would be in a position to utilise the functionality, they would settle for cheaper alternatives,
Posted by jonathan h | Thursday, February 10 2011 at 4:10PM ET
I agree that the product is more on the expensive side, in fact Informatica insiders will tell you it's too cheap. They are trying to target large Market players, focus is on making data integration as big as the RDBMS revolution of the 80's. I think the cloud offering they have is aimed at satisfying the small scale clients Market whilst they gun for the big players with the enterprise solutions, which are very well put together and as we are seeing becoming more integrated.
Posted by Nadim B | Friday, February 11 2011 at 8:39PM ET
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