In a Face to Face interview, Informatica CEO Gaurav Dhillon shares his views on the latest trends in data integration and analysis, the competitive landscape and how Web services will affect Informatica's business
By ZDNet UK
| December 9, 2003 -- 12:15 GMT (04:15 PST)
| Topic: Tech Industry
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