Informatica Data Quality Room for Improvement

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Dataqual67
Data Quality Manager at a financial services firm with 10,001+ employees

The visualization is very limited. It's not modern age, it's not self-service BI. It only has three levels of granularity on which you can present data and that's not enough. What's more, we had a few problems with the configuration. At times we found it difficult to integrate with other systems, but it turned out that the problem wasn't with the solution but with our firewalls. We had a couple of bugs but they are all fixed now. 

Another feature I would also like to see is tagging. At this stage, we can't tag data in the database of the data source with particular data flows. This is a nice feature that other solutions have and that Informatica lacks. We have to analyze and store data in a database and then we have to analyze it again and go through the servers. This takes up double storage. So if the data could be tagged at the database instead, anybody who has access to this data will know if there is a problem with the accuracy or anything else.

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reviewer1470129
Data Architect at a manufacturing company with 10,001+ employees

Because we are moving everything to cloud and our platform is in Azure, it has an infrastructure as a service. I'd like to see a platform as a service, to avoid having to take care of the payments as an upgrade for the platform. I'd like to have email as a service, it would allow us more flexibility. But we already know that Informatica have a cloud integration service but it's not mature enough to do what's required. The service model can also be improved. 

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Hariprasad-Sharma
Product Owner - Data Management at Maersk

I would like to see better visuals for business users, such as a dashboard where they can precisely track where problems are. You should be able to better visualize data quality.

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reviewer1080891
Architect at a tech services company with 501-1,000 employees

I think improvements can be made regarding the ability of the product to leverage the power of big data. It would also help if we could get the software as a services product so that we feed in the requirements and it's a more customized solution. I think that would increase the adoption by customers. 

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SK
reviewer1491816
Senior Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees

When running a workload, we can only use the command mode. We were expecting Data Quality to offer the same type of workflow as PowerCenter.  

Although we are very satisfied with the design of the UI, executing tasks with it can be difficult.

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SK
reviewer1491816
Senior Architect at a computer software company with 10,001+ employees

It can be improved in terms of performance and execution. I'm expecting better performance. It currently has some restrictions in terms of execution. For example, if we want to run it in the command mode and execute it, there are some restrictions, and we are facing some issues with a huge volume of data. These restrictions are not there in Informatica PowerCenter because we are able to execute a huge volume of data, and there are more ways to execute it. 

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AmanyEldaly
Data Engineer at a tech services company with 51-200 employees

The tool's performance is an area that should be given further consideration.

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