Informatica

Informatica LLC is focused on data management. Informatica is a provider of data management solutions, in the Cloud, on-premise or in a hybrid environment.
Type
Subsidiary
Parent Company
Permira Advisers
HQ
Redwood City, US
Founded
1993
Informatica was founded in 1993 and is headquartered in Redwood City, US

Key People/Management at Informatica

Anil Chakravarthy

Anil Chakravarthy

Acting Chief Executive Officer
Ansa Sekharan

Ansa Sekharan

Executive Vice President, Global Customer Support and Informatica University
Amit Walia

Amit Walia

Executive Vice President and Chief Product Officer

Informatica Office Locations

Informatica has an office in Redwood City
Redwood City, US (HQ)
2100 Seaport Blvd

Informatica Financials and Metrics

Informatica Summary

Founding Date

1993

Investors

Informatica is a subsidiary of Permira Advisers

Informatica Financials

Informatica's revenue was reported to be $1 b in FY, 2014 which is a 11% increase from the previous period.
USDFY, 2010FY, 2011FY, 2012FY, 2013FY, 2014

Revenue

948.2 m1 b

Revenue growth, %

11%

Cost of goods sold

181.3 m197.8 m

Gross profit

766.9 m850.1 m
USDY, 2009Y, 2010Y, 2011Y, 2012Y, 2013Y, 2014

Cash

159.2 m208.9 m316.8 m190.1 m297.8 m368.5 m

Inventories

34.5 m25.4 m

Current Assets

949.2 m1 b

PP&E

157.3 m159.7 m
USDFY, 2013FY, 2014

Net Income

86.4 m114.1 m

Depreciation and Amortization

15 m19.1 m

Accounts Receivable

(32 m)(31 m)

Accounts Payable

988 k
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Informatica Median Salaries

Source: 414 public H-1B filings from Informatica

Traffic Overview of Informatica

Informatica Online and Social Media Presence

Informatica News and Updates

Big data is changing machine learning, from nice-to-have to a must-have

The big data tsunami bears exciting new profit potential; it also brings with it some daunting challenges, thanks to the General Data Protection Regulation’s strict privacy rules, set to be enforced next year. Machine learning is the best weapon businesses have to maximize the bounty of big data and…

Applying artificial intelligence to metadata opens new business insights

FEvery modern company collects data, and some collect quite a lot. However, that data is useless if no one can find it. Likewise, drawing out the most powerful insights requires a context for that data. This is the function of metadata, data about data. Applying artificial intelligence to metadata g…

Q&A: The future of the cloud

ITProPortal sat down with data integration veteran James Markarian, CTO at SnapLogic.

Subscription model: friend or foe to software vendors?

Software vendors moving to the subscription model are feeling customers’ breath on their necks as contracts are easy to slip out of and competitors stand by. To cut losses, they ought to pump up customer support and bundle it with products, according to Ansa Sekharan, executive vice president of glo…

Partners cook a software mixed bag into a vertical solution, says Informatica

Rather than read the same sales script to each prospect, channel partners can show customers how a new product, combined with the ones they have, can sing a unique tune, according to Rodney Foreman (pictured), senior vice president of partner ecosystem at Informatica Corp. “We’re seeing a lot of new…

Informatica finds new markets thanks to business cloud adoption

Enterprise businesses are powerful, but they have a problem seeing the forest for the trees. Small companies, even mid-tier ones, slip under the radar, no matter what kind of opportunities those businesses represent. The issue is one of access and information. The cloud, however, is changing all tha…
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