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Bring Your Mission-Critical Data to Your Cloud Apps and Analytics

Webinar

Think About Your Audience Before Choosing a Webinar Title


Sponsored by Precisely  Precisely


 

Tuesday, August 16, 2022
11 a.m. ET

The power of a cloud platform is invaluable to businesses today, helping to deliver trusted data for better, faster decisions at lower cost. But when connecting legacy systems like mainframe and IBM i to the cloud, projects can become expensive, time-consuming and reliant on highly specialized skill sets. What are the best next steps teams today should take to integrate data efficiently and effectively?

Join our webinar to learn how easy and cost-efficient it can be to get mainframe and IBM i data into Snowflake’s cloud data platform—in three minutes or less!

Ashwin Ramachandran
Senior Director of Product Management, Precisely
Ashwin Ramachandran is the Senior Director of Product Management for the Precisely Connect product family. In his 7+ years at Precisely, he has enjoyed having a front-row seat watching enterprises adopt and react to the progressive waves of technological change taking hold: from legacy data warehousing, to Hadoop, to modern cloud data warehousing, ML and AI. He is particularly passionate about identifying opportunities for how Precisely can help customers overcome their pressing business challenges as these waves of technology continue to take hold. 

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What You’ll Learn in This Webinar

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