Financial firms will increase their spending on data integration from an estimated $1.76 billion this year to almost $2 billion by 2012, according to a report issued by Boston-based research firm Aite Group on Tuesday.

“Data integration enables the full potential of business applications to support key business drivers, and remains a key step in successful application implementations and data management projects,” said the report commissioned by data management software firm Asset Control.

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