Informatica World Tour 2012

When:
Multiple venues from Aug 8 - 9, 2012
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Phone:
(02) 8907 4400
 
Pricing:
This is a free event, space is limited.
 

The wealth of new and existing data in the enterprise brings with it unprecedented business opportunities. But few organisations today are equipped to realise the full benefit of maximising its return.

Are you realising the full potential of all your data?

The wealth of new and existing data in the enterprise brings with it unprecedented business opportunities. But few organisations today are equipped to realise the full benefit of maximising its return. According to Gartner, 85% of the Global 500 will fail to exploit their big data.

Return on data is a simple equation: the value of data divided by its cost. But it’s a complex problem to solve, especially in the era of big data.

Join us at Informatica World Tour 2012 where we will share our solutions and you will hear from our customers on how to:

  • maximise your return on big data by increasing the value and lowering the cost of all your data
  • leverage Informatica’s latest data integration platform release to ensure that you not only cope, but thrive, in the era of big data.

Venue Information:

Past Venues:

Over
Aug
08
Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre
Aug 8, 2012, 8:00 AM  to  13:00 PM
Melbourne: City & inner suburbs, Victoria, Australia
Over
Aug
09
Four Seasons Hotel, Sydney
Aug 9, 2012, 8:00 AM  to  13:00 PM
Sydney: City & inner suburbs, New South Wales, Australia
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