Informatica Webinars


Our webinars offer a new perspective on the trends that are shaping today’s business world—and the data management strategies making it all happen. Hear real-world success stories from customers, dive deep into demos, and get insights from industry experts on the strategies and topics you’re most interested in, from cloud migration and data warehouse modernization best practices to improving customer experience, data governance, API management, and more.

Watch on demand now or register for a live webinar and stay up-to-date with the latest in enterprise cloud data management.


Dr. Richard Wang, Director of the MIT Chief Data officer & Information Quality (CDOIQ) Program, Founder & Executive Director of the Institute for Chief Data Officers (iCDO) at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Jitesh Ghai, SVP & GM, Data Management, Informatica
Stewart Bond, Research Director, Data Integration & Data Intelligence Software, IDC
Bill Stolte, Corporate Vice President, New York Life Insurance
Jitesh Ghai, SVP & GM, Data Management, Informatica
Juan Tello, Principal & Chief Data Officer, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Jitesh Ghai, SVP & GM, Data Management, Informatica

Now’s the time to take a closer look at how you create and execute a data strategy to drive digital transformation. How do you define strategic objectives and develop cross-functional alignment to accelerate successful business outcomes?




Dawid Duda, Senior Director, Product Management, Enterprise Data Catalog Advanced Scanners
Louis-Noel Trapadoux, Senior Manager, Enterprise Data Catalog

Metadata connectivity is a critical component of data cataloging. It helps establish the unified metadata foundation required to drive successful data-driven digital transformation initiatives with intelligence and automation.  At Informatica, we are taking metadata extraction to the next level enabling users to build the most holistic Enterprise Data Catalog and leave no metadata behind in order to drive successful data-driven digital transformation initiatives with intelligence and automation.




Thomas Brence, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Informatica
Meghan Goldfarb, Director, Enterprise Technology, State Farm
Michelle Wicklander, Manager, Enterprise Technology, State Farm
Becky Zastrow, Manager, Enterprise Data & Analytics, State Farm

A company that relies on data to drive strategic decisions needs a modern data governance program that helps both business and technical data users achieve a common understanding of data, establish stewardship, and drive data quality.




Joseph Fagnoni, Executive Advisor, CVS Health
Donal Dunne, Product Marketing, Informatica

With almost 10,000 retail locations and 300,000 employees in all 50 US states, Washington DC, and Puerto Rico, CVS Health has unparalleled reach to introduce new approaches to total health care.




Prash Chandramohan, Senior Director, Product Marketing, Informatica
Mrityunjay Sharma, Director, MDM Solutions Product Management, Informatica

Are you ready to improve your reporting, regulatory compliance, and data strategy initiatives like master data management and data warehouse modernization? Learn how Reference 360 is even better at automating and optimizing the management of reference data.




Francisco Torres, Chief Data Officer, Prosegur

How do you drive business value with your data strategy? Having a 360-degree view of your business, including customers, employees, and suppliers, is crucial.




Jim Marous, Co-Publisher, The Financial Brand
Peter Ku, VP and Chief Industry Strategist, Informatica

When COVID-19 forced much of the world’s business online, your customers’ expectations for digital interactions exploded. They’re no longer willing to settle for anything less than personalized, engaging, real-time experiences that are consistent across channels.




Elliot Papadakis, AVP, Architecture and Engineering, Cognizant
John Wenzel, Sr. Manager, Presales for Healthcare, Informatica

HHS has spoken. The patient owns their data. The ability to accurately manage member and patient consent will ultimately determine whether you succeed or fail with the Interoperability rule. 




John Wenzel, Sr. Manager, Presales for Healthcare, Informatica
Jennifer Wayland, Principal Solutions Lead for Healthcare, Informatica

The CMS Interoperability rule represents a once in a generation opportunity to completely rethink and transform your health plan and our healthcare market. But approaching interoperability as simply a compliance activity will only guarantee a loss of market share.




Kobi Gol, Director of Product Management, Informatica

Replacing the “hairball” of point-to-point data integrations with a more resilient architecture that bridges cloud and on-premises systems is key to success, whether you’re launching a new cloud data integration project or modernizing an existing cloud integration investment.




Susan Wilson, VP, Data Governance & Privacy Leader, Informatica
Ryan Glasunow, Data Governance Domain Expert, Informatica
Brij Sharma, Manager, Analytics and Information Management, Deloitte

Today, the role of Chief Data Officers and their teams has expanded from risk and compliance-based activities to delivering business value through trusted data. With the exponential growth in data and data consumers throughout an organization, ensuring that everyone gets the information that they need — and that it can be relied upon — is no small feat.




Dashan Joshi, SVP, Technology, Informatica
Sudhir Hasbe, Director of Product Management, Google Cloud

Fireside chat with Darshan Joshi, SVP, Technology at Informatica with Sudhir Hasbe from Google Cloud Platform. Darshan and Sudhir talk about modernizing from on-premises to cloud data warehouses and data lakes.




Thomas Brence, Senior Director of Product Marketing, Informatica
Steve Patterson, Service Delivery Manager and Architect, Master Data and Metadata Management, Eli Lilly and Company
Dana Mitchell, Global Commercial Data Governance Lead, Eli Lilly and Company

Enterprise data governance only succeeds when business users are all on board. Find out how a pharmaceutical giant’s five-year journey to scaling data governance succeeded by promoting enthusiastic business adoption.




David Corrigan, VP of Products, Customer Insights, Informatica

We’re in a new era of customer experience, with emerging use cases that require us to understand not just customers’ behavior, but their intentions, attitude, and sentiment.




Vivin Nath, Principal Product Manager, Informatica
Sam Tawfik, Principal Product Marketing Manager, Informatica

Learn to simplify DevOps and DataOps with advanced serverless data integration that eliminates the need to manage hardware and software..




Teri Orlando, Principal Consultant, Informatica Professional Services
Nathan Turajski, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Data Privacy & Protection, Informatica

Efficient, effective data governance and privacy are critical to successfully transforming your business – and, in fact, to helping it survive.




Kimberly Seijo, Senior Manager, Global Data Governance, Interface
Jillian Dozer, Managing Consultant, Infoverity
Nic Prellwitz, Director, Infoverity

Business processes and strategic analytics demand trusted, authoritative customer data. Deliver it by introducing and establishing a data governance process that keeps your customer master data consistent and high-quality throughout its lifecycle, from lead generation to product delivery.




Darshan Joshi, SVP, Technology Strategy, Informatica
Amit Kara, Director, Technical Marketing, Informatica

AI-powered intelligence and automation are essential to the success of your cloud data warehouse and data lake initiatives.




Mark Broome, Chief Data Officer, Project Management Institute

Change is accelerating in today’s world, and the need to derive customer insights from data is now a business imperative. But that’s just the first step. You also need to be able to use data to drive future customer experiences.




Jai (JP) Bhamu, Head of Data Governance, UK Department for Education
Thomas Brence, Sr. Director, Product Marketing, Informatica

The point of implementing a data governance program is to make better use of your data – for example, by driving practical solutions to challenges in areas such as reducing risk or discovering productivity savings.