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Dossiers: Where analytics is seen as a data-output service, Informatica came to the scene playing off its strength on the other end of the data warehousethe migration technique known as extraction, transformation and load (ETL)& Company Info">
Data Warehouse Architect
Project: An Informatica user since January 2001, the nationwide co-operative is tying the software in to a new e-commerce initiative.
Capital District Physicians' Health Plan
Data Warehouse Analyst
Project: Albany, N.Y.-based medical group has been using Informatica for two years, primarily as an ETL tool, and is currently testing a real-time deployment.
Senior Technical Systems Designer
Project: Just one year removed from a mainframe-based system, medical-malpractice underwriter has one division (risk management) pursuing analytics (with tool from Brio); uses Informatica mainly for extraction.
Manager, CRM Strategies
Project: Regional travel organization is using PowerCenter 6.1, mainly to load its SQL server data warehouse.
Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group
Manager, Database Support
Project: Newly merged rental-car company uses PowerMart as a data warehousing tool.
VP, Application Development & Business Intelligence
Project: Relies on Informatica to capture and cleanse transactional data; ETL processing runs off-shift rather than in real-time.
Executives listed here are all customers of Informatica. Their willingness to talk has been confirmed by Baseline.
2100 Seaport Blvd.
Redwood City, CA 94063
President, CEO, Co-Founder
Before founding Informatica, he held various management and technical positions at Sterling Software and Unisys.
Executive VP, Worldwide Field Operations
Joined as VP, sales, in 1995 and expanded his role in 1998 to executive VP in charge of direct and channel sales worldwide.
Senior VP, Products
An early Informatica employee on PowerMart and PowerCenter, he was later co-founder and CEO at mobile-applications developer Zimba. Rejoined the company in 2000 when Zimba was acquired.
PowerCenter and recent additions PowerCenterRT (for real-time) and PowerAnalyzer; also, the "Applications Analytic Software Family" comprises analytics modules for Customer Relationship, Web Channel, Business Operations, Strategic Sourcing (Data Integration Platform and Analytic Workflows), and Supply Chain.