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Corporate Presentation November 2010 Dr. Chris Boorman Chief Marketing Officer © 2010 Informatica. Company

Corporate Presentation November 2010 Dr. Chris Boorman Chief Marketing Officer © 2010 Informatica. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties and does not necessarily represent the company’s outlook. 2

Informatica The #1 Independent Leader in Data Integration • Founded: 1993 • 2009 Revenue:

Informatica The #1 Independent Leader in Data Integration • Founded: 1993 • 2009 Revenue: $501 million • 5 -year Average Growth Rate: 18% per year • Employees: 2, 000+ • Partners: 400+ • • Major SI, ISV, OEM and On. Demand Leaders Customers: 4, 200+ • 84 of Fortune 100 • 87%+ of Dow Jones • Government Organizations in 20 countries • # 1 in Customer Loyalty Rankings 3

Our Singular Mission Enabling The Information Economy We enable organizations to gain a competitive

Our Singular Mission Enabling The Information Economy We enable organizations to gain a competitive advantage from all their information assets to drive their top business imperatives. 4

Enabling the Information Economy Data Matters Even More During Times of Change © 2010

Enabling the Information Economy Data Matters Even More During Times of Change © 2010 Informatica. Company Confidential. Forward-looking information is based upon multiple assumptions and uncertainties and does not necessarily represent the company’s outlook. 5

The Global Economy Customer Strategies from Business Survival to Business Revival Globalization Consolidation Growth

The Global Economy Customer Strategies from Business Survival to Business Revival Globalization Consolidation Growth Diversify Scale Revive Sarbanes-Oxley HIPAA Basel II GLBA EUDPD … Operational Efficiency Governance Improve Comply 6

The Information Economy Lack of Trustworthy Data Impedes Key Business Imperatives Globalization Improve Decisions

The Information Economy Lack of Trustworthy Data Impedes Key Business Imperatives Globalization Improve Decisions Modernize Business Consolidation Improve Efficiency & Reduce Costs Mergers Acquisitions & Divestitures Growth Acquire & Retain Customers Operational Efficiency Outsource Non-core Functions Governance Risk Compliance Governance Increase Partner Network Efficiency Increase Business Agility Lack of relevant, trustworthy and timely data SWIFT Cloud Computing Application Database Unstructured NACHA HIPAA … Partner Data 7

The Information Economy Data Matters! Potential Value of Data Most Valuable of Very Valuable

The Information Economy Data Matters! Potential Value of Data Most Valuable of Very Valuable Assets The Value Gap Consistency of the data Mapping of the data Effective Conversion into Useable Asset Accessibility of the data Timeliness of the data Protection of the data Accuracy of the data Extremely or Very Effective These Findings Are From Interviews With Top Executives Of Large, Multinational Businesses, For Pricewaterhouse. Coopers’ Management Barometer. 8

Beyond Data Warehousing Empowering the Data-Centric Enterprise Business Imperatives Improve Decisions Modernize Business Improve

Beyond Data Warehousing Empowering the Data-Centric Enterprise Business Imperatives Improve Decisions Modernize Business Improve Efficiency & Reduce Costs Mergers Acquisitions & Divestitures Acquire & Retain Customers Outsource Non-core Functions Governance Risk Compliance Increase Partner Network Efficiency Increase Business Agility BPO Saa. S Risk Mitigation & Regulatory Reporting B 2 B Integration Zero Latency Operations B 2 B Data Exchange Ultra Messaging IT Initiatives Business & Operational Intelligence Legacy Retirement Application ILM Application Consolidation Customer, Supplier, Product Hubs IT Projects Data Warehouse Data Migration Database Archiving Data Consolidation Master Data Management Data Synchronization Complex Event Processing 9

The Tradition Approach 87% of Enterprises Use Hand-Coding for Data Integration Data Warehouse Data

The Tradition Approach 87% of Enterprises Use Hand-Coding for Data Integration Data Warehouse Data Migration Test Data Management & Archiving Data Consolidation Master Data Management Data Synchronization Complex Event Processing B 2 B Data Exchange Ultra Messaging 75% of enterprises reported increased maintenance costs SWIFT Cloud Computing Application Database Unstructured 1 Forrester NACHA HIPAA … Partner Data Research, The State Of Enterprise IT Budgets: 2008, March 27, 2008 Research, “Addressing Data Integration Challenges with SOA”, 2007 2 Forrester 10

The Informatica Approach Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical platform Data Warehouse Data Migration Test

The Informatica Approach Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical platform Data Warehouse Data Migration Test Data Management & Archiving Data Consolidation Master Data Management Data Synchronization Complex Event Processing B 2 B Data Exchange SWIFT Cloud Computing Application Database Unstructured NACHA Ultra Messaging HIPAA … Partner Data 11

Business Value through Trustworthy, Actionable, Authoritative Information Assets Trust Act Govern Profile Sense Model

Business Value through Trustworthy, Actionable, Authoritative Information Assets Trust Act Govern Profile Sense Model Data Quality Complex Event Processing Master Data Management Information Infrastructure Cloud Computing Enterprise Partner Trading Network (B 2 B) EDI NACHA HIPAA Ultra Messaging Cloud Data Integration Enterprise Data Integration B 2 B Data Exchange ILM Data Infrastructure 12

The Informatica Platform Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical Comprehensive Supporting the complete data integration

The Informatica Platform Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical Comprehensive Supporting the complete data integration lifecycle Enabling any data integration project Delivering at any latency Unified Open Economical Maximizing productivity with Accessing data from any source Low Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Role based collaboration, Mitigating risk by working with what you have now and in the future Fast Return on Investment (ROI) Shared services Consistent interfaces 13

The Informatica Platform Proven Value: Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical Comprehensive Unified Open Economical

The Informatica Platform Proven Value: Comprehensive, Unified, Open and Economical Comprehensive Unified Open Economical Utilize Platform (DI, MDM, Meta Data Manager, Power. Center and to be deployed ILM Archiving) to lower cost of supporting drug discovery & development process by 20%+ and comply with Sunshine Act. ICCs supporting 70+ projects, including migrating data from millions of customers online bill pay apps; B 2 B is used for all payment systems; Reducing development costs by 50% & improving system performance by 500%. Leveraging Informatica Platform including DI, DQ, B 2 B and MDM to on-boarding varying partner data and ensuring rapid time to delivery of a singleview of customer data. Saved $6 M/year in using unified, reusable data quality environment; Delivered ROI in 3 months; Saved $1. 2 M using data profiling to enhance data quality. 14

The Informatica Platform Enables Key Business Imperatives from Fragmented Data Improve Decisions Modernize Business

The Informatica Platform Enables Key Business Imperatives from Fragmented Data Improve Decisions Modernize Business Improve Efficiency & Reduce Costs Mergers Acquisitions & Divestitures Acquire & Retain Customers Outsource Non-core Functions Governance Risk Compliance Increase Partner Network Efficiency SWIFT Cloud Computing Application Database Unstructured NACHA Increase Business Agility HIPAA … Partner Data 15

The Informatica Platform Proven Value Proposition: Do More With Less Improve Decisions Modernize Business

The Informatica Platform Proven Value Proposition: Do More With Less Improve Decisions Modernize Business Improve Efficiency & Reduce Costs Mergers Acquisitions & Divestitures Acquire & Retain Customers Outsource Non-core Functions Governance Risk Compliance Data Warehouse Data Migration Database Archiving Data Consolidation Master Data Management Data Synchronization Complex Event Processing Reduced time to bring new drugs to market from 12 years to 8; saved $2 million. Migrated core business operations off mainframe, saving $21 million. Rationalized application portfolio; saved $1 million with 6 month payback. Reduced IT labor costs and time to integrate 138 systems by 50%. Implemented Completed Turned human Multi-domain legacy intensive review MDM to migration to into automated increase salesforce. com alerts generated revenue in 1/3 of time for in seconds productivity of 5000 users. for maritime 15, 000 financial security. advisors by 10%. Increase Partner Network Efficiency Increase Business Agility B 2 B Data Exchange Ultra Messaging Increased first Reduced latency year revenue by 75% and by 18% by improved accelerating on throughput by 5 x -boarding of while reducing new customers hardware costs from 2 months by 50%. to 2 days. 16

Why Informatica? Proven Technology Leadership “Informatica’s mission to integrate data from business to business…

Why Informatica? Proven Technology Leadership “Informatica’s mission to integrate data from business to business… meets a need of many companies…Others in this market (including IBM, Microsoft and Oracle) have not yet pursued this progressive use of data integration” Enterprise Data Integration Data Quality Master Data Management Cloud Data Integration Informatica was assessed as having the largest share, more than 33 percent, in packaged applications for database archiving based on number of customers for 2007 by Gartner, Inc. in a research report released October 13, 2008 Informatica supports the requirements of cross-organizational data exchange, so users apply familiar & trusted data integration tools and techniques to the growing practice of B 2 B data integration. Agent. Logic provides the means for Informatica to couple event processing with its identity resolution and change data capture technologies that can further help pinpoint changed events 29 West is best-known for its lowlatency Latency Busters Messaging (LBM), which is used extensively in financial markets for streaming marketdata applications. 29 West is used by seven of the top 10 investment banks Application ILM B 2 B Data Exchange Complex Event Processing Ultra Messaging 17

Why Informatica? • Proven technology leadership • A track record of continuous innovation •

Why Informatica? • Proven technology leadership • A track record of continuous innovation • The most neutral trusted partner • Long history of customer success “To date, we’ve seen a return on our investment from this program over 2, 000 percent”. A Singular Focus on Data “… complete, accurate and. Integration timely data is a fundamental requirement for optimal performance” 18

A Track Record of Continuous Innovation MDM ILM Q 3 2010 Cloud Q 4

A Track Record of Continuous Innovation MDM ILM Q 3 2010 Cloud Q 4 2010 Informatica Marketplace Q 2 2010 Informatica 9. 0 Informatica Cloud 9 Q 4 2009 MDM Ultra Messaging Q 1 2010 Test data mgmt Online exchange for solutions CEP Power. Center CE Q 3 2009 Multi-domain MDM Ultra-low Latency Messaging Address Validation Q 2 2009 Application ILM Q 1 2009 Informatica 8. 6. 1 Cloud Synch. Q 4 2008 Trust framework, plug-ins Collaboration, Pervasive DQ, Data Services Complex Event Processing and Cloud Iaa. S Address Validation for DQ Application Information Lifecycle Management Business Glossary, ICC Manageability 19

Why Informatica? Cloud The Neutral, Trusted and Preferred Partner BI OEM Partners Database and

Why Informatica? Cloud The Neutral, Trusted and Preferred Partner BI OEM Partners Database and Infrastructure Operating Systems On-Demand Global SI Partners Elite SI Partners Platforms and Technologies 20

Why Informatica? Over 4, 200 Leaders Rely on Informatica Financial Services and Insurance Government

Why Informatica? Over 4, 200 Leaders Rely on Informatica Financial Services and Insurance Government and Public Sector Healthcare and Life Sciences Manufacturing Retail and Services Telecommunications Transportation and Distribution Utilities and Energy 21

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