Press release

DataRobot and Informatica Partner to Accelerate Adoption of AI Across the Enterprise

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the leader in automated machine learning, today announced
a partnership with Informatica, the
enterprise cloud data management leader. Through the
partnership, enterprises can accelerate and scale the development and
delivery of advanced AI solutions and deliver next-generation analytics.

The DataRobot automated
machine learning platform
 puts the power of machine learning
into the hands of any business user, automating the data science
workflow, and offering pre-packaged expertise that enables users to
build and deploy the most accurate predictive models in
minutes. Informatica provides a leading enterprise cloud data management
solution that accelerates data-driven digital transformation. The
combination of the DataRobot automated machine learning platform and
Informatica accelerates the democratization of data science by enabling
users to access and prepare data, automatically build and deploy machine
learning models, and then operationalize and manage the models for
next-generation analytics.

“In today’s digital economy, data is the key ingredient to unlocking the
power of AI,” said Seann Gardiner, EVP of Business
Development, DataRobot. “This dynamic partnership between DataRobot and
Informatica accelerates the AI journey for joint customers by providing
an end-to-end solution –everything from data discovery and data
integration to model building, deployment and operationalization – so
enterprises can become masters of their own AI destinies.”

Informatica brings the capabilities of its robust big data
management solutions to the DataRobot automated machine learning
platform, helping joint users build the right datasets for AI and
machine learning models. DataRobot brings the power of automated machine
learning to Informatica users, allowing them to quickly build, validate,
test, select, and deploy the best machine learning model to match their
AI and data science challenges while removing silos between data
analytics teams.

“Democratization of data science can be the fastest path to AI for
enterprises, and clean, quality data is a critical success factor,” said
Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, Cloud, Big
Data, and Data Integration, Informatica. “Informatica and DataRobot are
partnering to accelerate AI projects with comprehensive, easy to use,
collaborative data preparation capabilities combined with the ability to
find, enrich, and operationalize data from all enterprise systems.”

Deloitte Consulting is already harnessing the joint power of Informatica
and DataRobot to deliver multiple AI use cases.

Nitin Mittal, Principal and Analytics & Cognitive Leader, Deloitte
Consulting, said, “As our customers’ needs evolve, our goal is to
develop, implement, and enable new AI-related use cases that transform
businesses. In working with both DataRobot and Informatica, we can
accelerate data modernization, intelligently automate business
processes, and help clients on their journey to an AI enabled enterprise
and to capture massive top and bottom line value.”

DataRobot will be at Informatica World 2019 May 20-23 in Las Vegas in
booth #AC05. To learn more about Informatica or DataRobot’s other
world-class technology partners, visit

About DataRobot
DataRobot is the category creator and
leading provider of automated
machine learning
. Organizations worldwide use DataRobot to empower
the teams they already have in place to rapidly build and deploy machine
learning models and create advanced AI applications. With a library of
hundreds of the most powerful open source machine learning algorithms,
the DataRobot platform encapsulates every best practice and safeguard to
accelerate and scale data science capabilities while maximizing
transparency, accuracy, and collaboration.

By making data scientists more productive and enabling
the democratization of data science, DataRobot helps organizations
transform into AI-driven enterprises. With offices around the
globe, DataRobot is backed by $225 million in funding from top-tier
firms, including New Enterprise Associates, Sapphire Ventures, Meritech,
and DFJ. For more information, visit,
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