2022-09-20 | NYSE:INFA | Press release

Intelligent Data Management Cloud reduces build time by 40%, enabling more strategic use of resources

Computer science® (NYSE:INFA), a leader in enterprise cloud data management, today announced that UK Export Finance is modernizing to the cloud with Informatica’s Intelligent Data Management Cloud (IDMC), freeing up resources of the team to better serve UK businesses of all sizes and in all sectors. .

UK Export Finance is the world’s first and oldest export credit agency, its mission is to advance prosperity by ensuring that no viable UK export fails for lack of finance or insurance, making it in a sustainable manner and at no net cost to the taxpayer. Last year, it supported 545 export-supporting companies in 61 countries. The small but nimble department embarks on a digital transformation journey and chose Informatica to modernize its data architecture on a single cloud platform.

Informatica’s IDMC enables enterprises to manage, own, and gain insights from their data in the cloud. UK Export Finance launched its digital transformation with a focus on connectivity and rapid data ingestion. IDMC has enabled seamless integration with Azure DevOps and Power BI and allows UK Export Finance to manage all data pipelines from a single browser-based tool and usage-based pricing has reduced cost total possession.

With a legacy integration stack, the UK Export Finance technology team was increasingly spending time on maintenance and hand coding to rebuild connectors to meet the specifications of modern data architectures, taking up time on important projects. This, along with changing international standards and regulatory requirements, has made it a good time to modernize to the cloud. After intensive decision-making, UK Export Finance chose Informatica’s cloud-native IDMC for its best capabilities, wide range of no-code connectors, and ease of implementation.

Using AI-powered automation and reusable templates, IDMC reduced data loading and creation times by 40%, freeing the UK Export Finance technology team to focus on more strategic initiatives. Developers and data scientists are no longer tied to maintenance and instead apply their expertise in creating reports that reveal insights and value from data for the UK exporters the department serves.

“With a mission to better serve UK businesses to enter new markets, maximize growth potential and increase export sales volume, our team turns to data to uncover insights and uncover new strategies,” said Daniel Cozens, Senior Technical Manager, UK Export Finance. “Informatica’s Intelligent Data Management Cloud has helped ease the maintenance and build load, allowing our team to work on more valuable strategic initiatives and provide data-driven recommendations to the UK exporters we support.&CloseCurlyDoubleQuote ;

“How companies manage and innovate with data can determine whether they become an industry disruptor or are left behind. With IDMC, UK Export Finance can improve operational efficiency, eliminating inefficient manual coding and democratizing data across the department to enable faster return on investment and timely insights,” said Jason Tooley, vice president of Informatica. “We are delighted to be working with UK Export Finance to unleash the power of its data to help UK businesses and industries thrive.”

About Informatica

Informatica (NYSE:INFA), a leader in enterprise cloud data management, enables enterprises to realize the transformative power of data. We pioneered a new class of software, the Informatica Intelligent Data Management Cloud™ (IDMC), an AI-powered, end-to-end, cloud-native, cloud-based data management platform that connects, manages and unifies data across any multi-cloud hybrid system, enabling enterprises to modernize and advance their data strategies. More than 5,000 customers in more than 100 countries and 85 of the Fortune 100 trust Informatica to drive data-driven digital transformation. Learn more at informatica.com.

About UK Export Finance

UK Export Finance is the UK’s export credit agency and a government department, working alongside the Department for International Trade as an integral part of its strategy and operations.

Founded in 1919, its mission is to advance prosperity by ensuring that no viable UK export fails for lack of finance or insurance, doing so in a sustainable way and at no net cost to the taxpayer.

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