Informatica Data Disruption Summit


Previously our Informatica World Tour has had a change for 2017. This year we have jam-packed all the best bits from Informatica World 2017 to provide you with cutting-edge, relevant information.

The Informatica Data Disruption Summit will explore the disruptive power of data. You’ll hear best practices, share experiences, network with your peers and learn from product experts.

 

We invite you to explore all that Informatica has to offer – and unleash the power of data to drive your next intelligent disruption.

Why attend? Key event takeaways:

 

  • Hear from customers like, Toyota, Kmart and Crown Resorts on how Data has driven their digital transformation, and their move to a customer-oriented organisation;
  • Meet with leading industry partners such as Capgemini, Barhead, Cloudera, to name a few on the latest industry developments;
  • Get up close and personal with our ‘Meet the expert’ round tables with our specialist teams, covering all the latest topics;
  • Take tried and tested tools and learnings back to your desk;
  • Network with 100+  data savvy specialists throughout designated breaks and networking drinks.

To register click here

When?

Fri, Oct. 27 - Mon, Nov. 27, 2017

Where?

Central Pier
Docklands, 161 Harbour Esplanade
Docklands, Melbourne, VIC 3008
Australia

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