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Informatica is the data integration company. Our data integration software and services help your organization integrate all its information assets and deliver timely, trustworthy data throughout the enterprise to reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, and enhance competitive advantage.

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The 2008 Computerworld Honors Program: CEMEX
Informatica customer CEMEX was awarded a Laureate medal at the 2008 Computerworld Honors Program. CEMEX was also recognized as one of the top five Finalists in the Manufacturing category. CEMEX and other Laureates are seen as pioneers and principals of the world's foremost information technology companies. The programme aims to recognise and document the achievements of the people, organisations and institutions around the world, whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social, economic and educational change.



Informatica Global Customer Support’s California Service Center has been awarded the Service and Support Professionals Association’s (SSPA) prestigious “Rated Outstanding” certification for Core Support, Assisted Support and Unassisted Support. To achieve ‘SSPA Rated Outstanding’ certification, Informatica Global Customer Support had to meet best-in-class criteria as part of a rigorous on-site audit. Developed by 50 leading technology companies, the SSPA certification program involves in-depth audits of support functions against a broad range of best practice criteria for delivering industry-leading customer support.



The Banker Technology Awards 2008
Informatica and customer ABN AMRO were named winners for the Client Management Award for their SPOT (Shared Product Opportunity Tool) project. In order to optimise its data and in turn business opportunities, the bank embarked upon a major project to develop SPOT, centred on the development of a single, integrated data environment. Through its unified enterprise data integration platform, PowerCenter, Informatica enabled the bank to integrate data streams from various client information systems across investment banking, transaction banking, asset management and local management information sources to provide a complete, single view of each client's activity. More than 6000 users within the bank are now able to access the latest financial information for all corporate clients worldwide, providing a powerful single platform for cross-selling and enhanced relationship banking.


  2008 Bay Area CFO of the Year Awards
Informatica CFO Earl Fry has been named Bay Area CFO of the Year in the Public Company with revenues up to $500MM category of the 2008 Awards. These awards recognize CFOs who have played a critical role in the success of their companies, as well as those who have contributed to the region’s economic growth and stability. The CFO will also have played a key role in significant achievements of their company for example, in areas such as managing rapid growth, providing necessary services and infrastructure to support growth; achieving operational efficiency, cost reduction and cash flow improvement.



The Most Trustworthy Mid-Cap Companies
Informatica has been named to America's 100 Most Trustworthy Companies list in The Most Trustworthy Mid-Cap Companies section for 2008. These are companies that, by their assessment, have consistently released transparent accounting statements and follow conservative accounting procedures. They are companies that “do not play games” with revenue and expense recognition or asset valuation.
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Data Integration Product of the Year 2007 - searchDataManagement
Named "best of the best", Informatica 8.5 has been named Data Integration Product of the Year for 2007. Informatica 8.5 won high marks from judges, who recognized it as "the most pragmatic story" out of all of the nominees in the data integration category. It was carefully reviewed for Innovation, Performance, Ease of integration into environment, Ease of use and manageability, Functionality and Value. Increasingly more and more companies are recognizing the benefits of treating data as a valuable corporate asset - Informatica 8.5 addresses the challenges of effectively integrating, managing and leveraging this data.



Intelligent Enterprise 2008 Editors' Choice Awards
Informatica has been named one of the most influential vendors in 2008 that will drive the intelligent enterprise. Looking at scores of companies that expressed the ideals of helping organizations move toward the Intelligent Enterprise, only twelve companies were named in the ninth annual Editors' Choice Awards. Judges looked at the year ahead and considered scores of companies - in total 48 companies were recognized, but the Editors' Choice list are leaders, a select group of 12 ("The Dozen") elite companies that will matter most to intelligent enterprises in 2008.



The Stevie Awards, 2007: Women in Business Awards
Informatica executives, Dr Linda Pfeifer of Learning and Performance and Roslyn Jones of Global Education have both been named as finalists in the 4th annual Stevie Awards Best Executive – Service Businesses – up to 2,500 Employees category. These awards recognize individual women executives for their accomplishments and positive contributions worldwide.  The mission is to raise the profile of exemplary companies and individuals among the press, the business community, and the general public. The New York Post called the Stevies “the business world's own Oscar Awards.”


  Ventana Research, "2007 Performance Management Leadership Awards" - 2007
Informatica customer The Defense Acquisition University has been named a finalist in the Performance Management Leadership Awards - Information Management category. The awards recognize organizations that have demonstrated leadership in orchestrating people, process, information and technology - the cornerstones of Performance Management - for optimal business impact.


  The Computerworld Honors Program: Defense Acquisition University
Informatica customer The Defense Acquisition University (DAU) was awarded the 2007 21st Century Achievement Award: Education and Academia for its project "DAU Data Mart". The DAU was chosen from a short-list of five outstanding nominations and selected as the overall winner - recognised for its enterprise wide data mart consolidating information from over 40 disparate data sources. The DAU and other winners are seen as pioneers and principals of the world's foremost information technology companies. The programme aims to recognise and document the achievements of the people, organisations and institutions around the world, whose visionary applications of information technology promote positive social, economic and educational change.
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  IM2006 Awards, "Business Intelligence and Premier Project Finalist: M&S Money"
Informatica customer M&S Money has been named a finalist for the Information Management 2006 Business Intelligence award and the 2006 Premier Project award for its submission entitled "Meeting the compliance deadline from Basel II". The Information Management Awards, now in their eleventh year, are the premier European recognition of excellence and innovation in the management of business information. These awards honor the most innovative and successful project involving the application of business intelligence technology and the overall best information management project.


  DM Review, "World Class Solution Awards" - 2006
Informatica, Deloitte Consulting and customer Nationwide won DM Review's coveted World Class Solution Award in the Data Management category. The award recognizes the ground-breaking FOCUS finance data-management initiative, a multi-year undertaking on the part of Nationwide to transform its global enterprise finance function, leveraging its service providers, Deloitte Consulting and Informatica.  Informatica PowerCenter Advanced Edition was selected as the data integration backbone that unifies the entire FOCUS ecosystem into a single platform used by over 2,000 business users at all levels and across all Nationwide business units.


  The British Computer Society (BCS), "Business Achievement Award Medalist" - 2006
Informatica and customer Carphone Warehouse has been named a medalist for the prestigious BCS Business Achievement Award in the Retail, Commercial & Manufacturing category. Carphone Warehouse made the final shortlist for successfully implementing the Informatica PowerCenter data integration platform that enabled more rapid, reliable access to worldwide sales and call-detail information on a daily basis. Replacing a custom, hand-coded method for data integration, Informatica PowerCenter helped Carphone Warehouse streamline key business processes, improve cash-flow procedures and, ultimately, increase profitability.  The BCS is the industry body for IT professionals and a Chartered Engineering Institution for Information Technology.


  The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI), "Best Practices Award" - 2006
Informatica, Teradata and Nationwide won the 2006 TDWI Best Practices Award in the Master Data Management category. Informatica PowerCenter Advanced Edition serves as the data integration backbone of Nationwide's FOCUS finance data-management initiative, consolidating data across more than 200 legacy applications into a Teradata enterprise data warehouse. As a result of the MDM and data governance initiative, Nationwide has improved regulatory-compliance efforts, decreased IT costs and increased business agility across the organization.


  Ventana Research, "2006 Performance Management Leadership Award" - 2006
Informatica and customers BNSF, Fairfax County Public Schools and U.S. Coast Guard won four out of the five 2006 Performance Management Leadership Awards presented by Ventana Research. Informatica's IT department, led by CIO Tony Young, won IT Performance Management Leadership award for successfully using technology, including Informatica PowerCenter, to improve business performance. Fairfax County Public Schools won the Overall Performance Management Leadership Award and BNSF and U.S. Coast Guard won the Finance Performance Leadership Award and the Technology Leadership Award respectively.


  CIO Decisions, "2006 Mid-Market Leadership Award - 2006"
Informatica CIO, Tony Young, won CIO Decisions magazine's prestigious 2006 Mid-Market Leadership Award. One of 25 award winners, chosen from a field of 175 nominations, Young was recognized for advancing the success of Informatica's enterprise "through the creative, resourceful and cost-effective use of information technology." Nominees were judged by a panel of CIO Decisions editors, IT executives and industry experts on how well they achieved IT/business alignment and project success within their midsized ($50 million to $2 billion in annual revenues) enterprises.


  American Business "Stevie" Awards - 2006
The American Business "Stevie" Awards named Informatica a finalist in three categories, including "Best Turnaround Story" of 2006. In addition, Informatica's customer support team and chief technology officer James Markarian were shortlisted in the "Best Customer Service Team" and "Best IT Executive" categories respectively. The American Business "Stevie" Awards honor and recognize the efforts, accomplishments, and positive contributions of companies and business people worldwide.


  Information Age, "Effective IT Awards" - 2006
Carphone Warehouse has made the final shortlist in the 2006 Effective IT Awards Most Effective Use of IT in Retail category. AC Nielsen has made the final shortlist in the 2006 Effective IT Awards Most Effective Use of Information category. The Information Age Effective IT Awards celebrate IT strategies that demonstrate how technology provides indisputable business value.


  Intelligent Enterprise, "2006 Companies to Watch" - 2006
Intelligent Enterprise's editors selected Informatica as one of the "hot companies" to watch in 2006. The editors noted: Comfortable with its identity, Informatica looks like the Switzerland of data integration. The acquisition of Similarity Systems adds data quality to its portfolio. PowerCenter 8 lays the groundwork for broader challenges as customers move toward SOA.



San Jose Mercury News Awards, "Silicon Valley 150" - 2006
Informatica was selected by the San Jose Mercury News as one of 2005's Top 150 Silicon Valley corporations. The Silicon Valley Top 150 ranks the leading companies in the Bay Area based on worldwide revenues ("Sales'') for the most recent available four quarters. For the year 2005, Informatica jumped seven spots to place #94 among the leading companies in the technology industry.



Asia Pacific ICT Awards, "Healthcare Project Award" - 2006
Hong Kong Hospital Authority has won the 2006 Asia Pacific Information and Communication Technology Award (APICTA) in the Healthcare category for its Electronic Patient Record system with Radiological Image Distribution, a comprehensive clinical data repository powered by the Informatica PowerCenter data integration platform. APICTA is an international awards program designed to stimulate ICT innovation and creativity and promote economic and trade relations.


  CIO, "Enterprise Value Awards" - 2006
Virginia Fairfax County Public Schools has won the coveted 2006 CIO Magazine Enterprise Value Award for its patented Education Decision Support Library (EDSL), a comprehensive repository of educational information built on top of the Informatica PowerCenter data integration platform, to help the school system achieve compliance with the federally mandated No Child Left Behind Act.


  Federal Computer Week, "Fed 100 Award" - 2005
Informatica's Harry Piccariello was recognized by the editors of Federal Computer Week magazine for his role in the federal information technology community as a volunteer to raise money for IT scholarships and other charitable causes. He has been instrumental in improving collaboration and partnerships between industry and government.


  Gartner, "Market Share Report for ETL" - 2005
Informatica was named the worldwide revenue market leader in ETL for the fourth year in a row in Gartner's November 14, 2005 report, "Market Share and Forecast: ETL Tools, Worldwide, 2004-2009."  According to the report, Informatica captured 25 percent of the ETL market, highlighting a strong revenue increase of 10.8 percent from 2003.


  DM Review, "Readership Award" - 2005
For the second year in a row, readers of DM Review magazine have named Informatica the industry's top vendor in enterprise data integration. Informatica was awarded the prestigious DM Review 2005 Readership Award by DM Review's 75,000 subscribers who were asked to rank vendors on the quality of products used in their organizations and their satisfaction with those products.


  Intelligent Enterprise, "Readers' Choice" - 2005
For the third year in a row, Informatica Corporation has been voted the number-one data integration vendor by the readers of Intelligent Enterprise magazine. Representing more than 80,000 subscribers, the 2005 Intelligent Enterprise Readers' Choice Awards named Informatica the best technology vendor for both enterprise data integration and metadata analysis.


  IM2005 Awards, "Business Intelligence Project Award" - 2005
Informatica customers Carphone Warehouse and Vertex have both been shortlisted for the prestigious Business Intelligence Project Award. The award will be given to the company with the most innovative and successful project involving the application of business intelligence technology.


  Computer Business Review, "Top 10 Most Influential Companies" - 2005
For the third year in a row, Informatica was named by Computer Business Review (CBR) as one of the ten most-influential companies in the integration market. Declaring that Informatica "pioneered the market for data integration," CBR singled out the company for having "steadfastly remained independent" and for "concentrating on enterprise data integration."


  DM Review World Class Solutions Award Finalist - 2005
T. Rowe Price was selected as a finalist for DM Review's 2005 World Class Solutions Award for its implementation of Informatica's software in the Data Acquisition & Integration category. The World Class Solution Award, a symbol of excellence within the business intelligence and data warehousing industry, originated in 1996.


  The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI), "Best Practices Award" - 2005
ING America's successful implementation of Informatica's PowerCenter data integration platform has won a prestigious 2005 Best Practices Award in the Enterprise Data Warehousing category. The annual Best Practices Awards provide thousands of practitioners with best practices they can follow for data warehousing and business intelligence.


  Intelligent Enterprise, "Hot Companies to Watch" - 2005
Editors of Intelligent Enterprise magazine selected Informatica as one of the IT community's "movers and shakers" to watch in 2005. Editors also noted: Now led by former Oracle executive Sohaib Abbasi, Informatica has its groove back. The new SOA-based Universal Data Services shows off the company's technology depth.


  eWeek Excellence Awards Finalist - 2005
Informatica PowerExchange 5.2.1 was selected from among hundreds of entries as an eWeek Excellence Award finalist for 2005 in the March 28 issue. Designed to honor products that are both innovative and cutting-edge while maintaining a strong commitment to helping enterprises address their varied competitive, security and budgetary concerns, Informatica was selected as one of the best in the Analytics and Reporting category. eWEEK Excellence Finalists Award Logo is a trademark of Ziff Davis Publishing Holdings Inc. Used under license.