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AARP needed a way to gather, integrate and leverage ever more data in the present while preparing for dramatic growth in the near future.
By standardizing on the Informatica Platform, EVERTEC is helping its largest customer, Banco Popular, achieve the three critical goals that all financial service organizations aspire to: lower costs, meet compliance targets, and grow the customer base.
The company needed an efficient, cost-effective way to transition from an outdated customer relationship management (CRM) solution to a new Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) CRM system from Salesforce.com.
To keep the highways in good repair for both ordinary traffic and weather-related evacuations, the FTE needs ready access to accurate, up-to-date data about traffic volumes, toll revenues, and safety procedures.
To make smart academic decisions and comply with federally mandated reporting requirements, the university needed to integrate dozens of separate databases into a single data warehouse of student information.
As a result of numerous mergers, each individual business unit had its own discrete information systems. To create a more holistic view of its global operations, 3Com needed to consolidate these systems into a single enterprise-wide reporting infrastructure.
The company needed to absorb businesses they acquired more quickly and improve its ability to share data throughout the organization.
Foster’s wanted to consolidate and simplify its ERP systems, establishing a common set of business processes, and improving the quality of data throughout the enterprise.
AspenTech used the Informatica platform to control its clients' supply chain integration costs.
To give sales, service, marketing, and management the business intelligence necessary to stay competitive in a heated market, Oi needed to manage its customer data faster and more effectively.
The company needed to integrate the different opportunities within Salesforce CRM into one unified global picture of every customer relationship.
One of North America’s largest railway companies wanted to offer customers Web-based, self-service information to track shipments and place orders.
Ensenda manages a network of the top local delivery firms linked through its real-time technology that enables shippers to offer quality delivery experiences to their customers.
Global IT giant HP wanted to cut its computing expenses while still maintaining near-total uptime for its decision-support applications. To do this, the company needed a strategy to standardize critical applications enterprise-wide and consolidate all of its data centers around the world into three sites in the southern US.
Following several acquisitions, the company needed to integrate a broad range of data from multiple business units, each using their own technology platforms.
To facilitate its oversight of Brazil's economy, the Central Bank needed to update and streamline its management processes.
Succeeding in this fast-moving market requires a seamless, holistic view of 14 business units around the globe — and that demands rigorous data integration from multiple sources.
The institute need a way to integrate vast volumes of different types of clinical and financial data into a format that’s more valuable for end users.
HealthNow New York looked to implement a unified data integration environment that would support its huge range of data integration use cases and service oriented architecture (SOA) strategy.
Highmark needed to consolidate and modernize its information systems, including several data warehouses it inherited from prior mergers and acquisitions.
With 6.5 million members in five European countries, the company must be able to track demand, inventory levels, turnover, and profit margins both in real time and over longer periods.
When ongoing growth spurred the company to upgrade from a legacy mainframe to UNIX Oracle databases, Samsung Life needed a way to migrate enormous amounts of critical data quickly, reliably, and safely.
Westpac created a project to establish a single source of the truth for insurance and business performance.
High quality data on thousands of trucks enabled U.S. Xpress to dramatically cut gas costs and truck idle time to become greener.
To replace legacy systems from its seven locations in France, England, and Morocco with a single new SAP system, it needed to safeguard its business and technical data while still remaining on a tight timeline.
Recently ranked number one in Texas for customer loyalty and satisfaction by J.D. Power, Frost Bank is a leading provider of banking, investment and insurance services in Texas.
Southeast Louisiana’s largest healthcare delivery system standardizes on Informatica technologies to streamline patient care, improve patient outcomes, and increase the value of data at lower cost
Capitalizing on the reuse and real-time change data capture capabilities of the Informatica Platform, Grant Thornton has cut its data integration development and maintenance lifecycle in half. Real-time Web services can also now be launched quickly, easily, and at minimal risk.