Informatica PowerCenter Other Solutions Considered

Ricardo Pedro
Solutions & Achitecture Data Analyst Specialist at a construction company with 10,001+ employees
Choosing this solution was a little bit complex for us because there are a lot of different vendors in that space. We had to do a proper evaluation and negotiation to get to the solution that we needed. Some vendors offer a certain package, whereas others offer another package, and there are certain components from one vendor that we needed in the other one. There is where the complexity came from. In the end, we choose the one that we thought was the proper solution for us. View full review »
Innodirec67
Director of Innovation & Development Department at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
We looked at IBM DataStage, Microsoft SSIS, and Oracle Data Integrator. View full review »
Vijaya Saduvuv
Lead Application Developer and Informatica Administrator at a healthcare company with 501-1,000 employees
When you want to convert all your company products into Microsoft, the equivalent to the Informatica product in Microsoft is SSAS. That's where the decision was made to go with the SSAS as the primary option, going forward. View full review »
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Kirill Slivchikov
Owner at 7Spring Consult
We are also using IBM DataStage, Oracle Data Integrator, SAP Data Services. From project to project it's up to the customer. View full review »
Rania Samra
Database Administrator and Applications Specialist at AUB
Yes, we evaluated SSIS and IBM. We also looked at additional features in Informatica. View full review »
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