Sunday July 12, 2020

How to make data management easy

Informatica, a multinational that distils data to help clients keep customers happy, is set to grow by two-thirds, writes Emmet Ryan

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

10th February, 2019
Amit Walia of Informatica Corp: ‘I always wanted to be in an operational role’ Picture: Feargal Ward

Phil is a manager in the Blackbird pub in Rathmines, Co Dublin. The place gets jammed, often full of techies, but it does a good job keeping people happy.

In order for Phil to ensure people keep coming back, he needs to keep lots of things in order. There are rosters, there’s stock-keeping, planning around parties, big events, and plenty more.

In a typical week, there’s a whole lot of data that affects...

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