With 10,000 products and 100,000 customers, Henry Schein, Inc., is the largest distributor of health care products and services to office-based practitioners in the combined North American and European markets. Following several acquisitions, the company needed to integrate a broad range of data from multiple business units, each using their own technology platforms.
“Informatica has helped optimize our data warehouse system to quickly and easily produce detailed, accurate analytical reports. Managers can better run their divisions empowered with knowledge of their customers, sales force and products, and Henry Schein executives can now gain a corporate-wide view allowing for better comparison and more informed decision-making.”
— Darryl Kelley, Director, Data Warehousing, Henry Schein
Following several acquisitions, Henry Schein needed to integrate product and customer sales data across 10,000 products and 100,000 customers to get a holistic view of its business.
Streamline reporting: previously, when requests were made for sales and product information, IT staff developed custom programs by reporting directly against JD Edwards and legacy systems.
Integrate data from a variety of incompatible systems.
Create central repository of customer and sales information.
Enable ad-hoc reporting and analysis.
Improved management visibility into product and customer data.
Decreased development time from weeks to less than one day.
Maintained native access to legacy systems.
Empowered end users to generate their own strategic reports.
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