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November 11, 2010

South West Water selects Informatica software for data management

Find and fix data quality problems across applications

By CBR Staff Writer

Informatica, a provider of data integration software, said South West Water in the UK has selected Informatica Data Quality, a part of the Informatica Platform, to deliver trusted, high quality data across all its infrastructure assets.

South West Water will use the unified technology to find and fix data quality problems across applications, such as its core asset management system and geospatial information application.

The UK-based water services company aims to optimise the efficiency of its assets and ensuring tight compliance with water industry regulations.

South West Water selected Informatica offering based on a combination of reporting functionality, integration with South West Water’s geospatial information application, and price-performance.

The water company will use the technology to clean data residing within two core systems, and cover operations, finance, customer support and engineering.

South West Water delivery manager Vicky Capel said the Informatica Platform is the right choice for South West Water?the best-in-class technology will enable the company to find and fix data quality shortcomings in its assets, ensuring the data is clean and remains clean.

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Informatica Data Quality Business general manager Ivan Chong said the changes in UK water industry including deregulation, consolidation, reduced margins and tighter regulation have spawned significant information management challenges, surrounding the growing volume of data, its complexity and quality.

"By standardising on the Informatica Platform, South West Water joins a growing and illustrious list of organisations that are increasing operational efficiency, more effectively complying with a growing number of government and industry regulations," Chong added.

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