EMC and Informatica Announce Partnership for Customers to Cost-Effectively Leverage All Information Assets


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Informatica Database Archiving and Master Data Management Added to EMC

BOSTON, May 12, 2010 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — EMC World 2010 — EMC Corporation
(NYSE:EMC) and Informatica Corporation (Nasdaq:INFA) today announced that
Informatica Information Lifecycle Management (ILM) and Master Data
Management (MDM) solutions have been added to EMC(R) Select. Under this
agreement EMC will resell Informatica ILM and MDM products and services, to
further extend the value of EMC’s intelligent tiered storage, archive and
enterprise content management platforms.

The combination of EMC information infrastructure solutions with Informatica
ILM will help customers manage the lifecycle of unstructured content and
structured data to dramatically lower costs, optimize storage infrastructure
and ensure long-term retention of information assets. In addition,
Documentum xCP together with Informatica MDM will help customers further
manage business processes while producing one record of truth about a
customer, patient, product or any information asset to make better business

“Customers want to reduce costs while enhancing performance of all
application data and use their strategic information assets to gain
competitive advantage,” said Mark Lewis, President, Information Intelligence
Group, a division of EMC. “Together, EMC and Informatica will provide
customers with the ability to reduce the growth of production databases and
retire legacy applications related to software licenses and hardware

EMC and Informatica intend to provide ILM and MDM customer solutions for
on-premise or cloud deployment use cases, such as:

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