American enterprise data management company Informatica has signed a multi-year agreement with the Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA) to provide the city’s government entities with cloud services.
Informatica will be a non-exclusive supplier to all 76 Abu Dhabi government entities who will be able to use its data management cloud to manage and derive insights from their data on any platform.
The procurement is part of the Abu Dhabi Data Enablement Programme, a multi-year strategy to provide government entities with standardised technologies to help develop the data value chain.
The ADDA is the Abu Dhabi government’s digital services arm established to facilitate the digital transformaiton of its public entities and support the city’s larger tech ecosystem.
“Data is one of the most valuable assets we have. To harness its power, we have set out a clear strategy to empower the Abu Dhabi Emirate and its constituents to realize the benefits of data, analytics, and artificial intelligence,”
said His Excellency Mansoor Al Marzouqui, Strategy & Planning Sector Director, Abu Dhabi Digital Authority (ADDA).
“The Emirate of Abu Dhabi has a clear data vision and strategy for digital transformation. We’re honored to partner with ADDA to enable the Emirate’s government entities to deliver innovative digital services that enrich lives and have a greater impact,”
said Jitesh Ghai, Chief Product Officer, Informatica.