Arq Group, an Australian digital solutions provider, has partnered with enterprise cloud data management provider, Informatica, to expand its data capabilities and empower customers to make smarter and more informed data-driven decisions.

The partnership with Informatica will provide a platform for Arq Group to elevate its current suite of data and analytics solutions and enable customers to improve decision making and respond rapidly to business changes.

“Transformation is at the fingertips of organisations that can harness their data. We’re thrilled that our partnership with Informatica will enable our customers to maximise their business insights and leverage it to apply meaningful and actionable outcomes,” said Cameron Boog, executive director of digital technologies at Arq Group.

Arq Group customers will benefit from the latest developments in data technology, led by Informatica’s eight R&D hubs around the world. The partnership will also support the professional development of Arq Group employees, who will receive exclusive access to training, sales, and marketing resources.

The partnership with Informatica is one of a handful of strategic partnerships Arq Group is committed to bringing its customers.

Informatica will join the ranks of Google, AWS, IBM, Adobe, Snowflake and Salesforce, who all partner with Arq Group to deliver best-in-class technology products and services to customers across Australia.

“By joining forces with Informatica, not only will we build on the strength of our current data and analytics offering for our clients, but we can accelerate the business potential for customers across Australia,” Boog said.

“As we continue to grow our partner ecosystem, we are excited to welcome one of the top AWS data and AI partners, Arq Group, to the informatica family,” said Nick Smith, Managing Director, Informatica.

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