Blue Turtle extends partnership agreement with Informatica to enhance data management portfolio
Blue Turtle joins Informatica INFORM Programme.
Blue Turtle Technologies (Blue Turtle), a leading South African technology management company focused on IT technology and service management, has extended its partnership with Informatica Corporation, the world's number one independent leader in data integration software.
Blue Turtle has expanded its product portfolio to now offer Informatica Data Integration, Informatica Data Quality and Informatica Master Data Management, in addition to its already offering Informatica Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) solutions, which help organisations unleash their information potential. As an INFORM Partner, Blue Turtle will work closely with Informatica to provide in-depth knowledge, certification, training and technical resources.
Alan Kuun, product manager: enterprise data management at Blue Turtle, comments: "Blue Turtle's decision to extend our partnership with Informatica to include their full data management offering ensures that we can provide the market with a comprehensive solution. To compete effectively and maintain pace with ever-changing industry needs, our customers need the ability to turn information into relevant, actionable insight to drive business value. This requires a robust information infrastructure with analytic capability. Informatica's data management solutions offer these and more."
"Today, organisations are challenged to get the most out of their data and realise their full information potential," said Fergal McDonnell, Director Regional Markets at Informatica. "Blue Turtle will play a key role in growing our customer base and expanding our business to strengthen Informatica's presence in South Africa. "
We recognise opportunities and competitive benefits for organisations where archiving, integration and management of data are business imperatives, and the data needs to be readily available. Informatica's solutions have had exceptional success in industries such as financial, healthcare, retail, banking and telecommunications sector, but not limited to these verticals. Effectively, this improves operational efficiency, reduces costs and decreases risk," concludes Kuun.