Wipro to use Informatica's platform

By SiliconIndia   |   Friday, 29 February 2008, 14:33 Hrs
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Bangalore: Informatica, an independent provider of data integration software and Wipro Technologies, the global IT services business of Wipro, has announced that Wipro will power its Data Migration Services using Informatica's platform for providing data migration services to its customers worldwide. The solution will underpin Wipro's Data Migration Shared Services offering, a "factory" approach to data migration combining Informatica software for data access, quality and conversion with Wipro's "wRapid Data Migrate"solution and off-shore services. This will aid in accelerated migrations with reduced implementation risks and costs, ensuring effectiveness, stated a press release.

Wipro's Data Migration Shared Services offering will leverage the software that comprises the Informatica Data Migration Suite to automate and streamline the migration process. This includes creating all data mappings required to migrate data from and to any system, discovering data quality issues at their source, and cleansing and converting the data as part of the overall migration. The primary targets for the offering will be data migrations in support of new applications including ERP/CRM implementations and upgrades, legacy system modernization, application instance consolidation, mergers and acquisitions, and outsourcing.

"Wipro is the first to market with a global shared services approach to data migration, supported by Informatica software with its rapid development, extensive reusability, and superior data access, quality and conversion functionality," said Vivek Bhasin, Vice President eBusiness, Wipro Technologies.

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