T-Systems and Informatica Corp are to offer a cloud-based integration and data management service in Germany to enterprise customers.

US-based Informatica provides data integration software to over 5,500 businesses around the world.

The company will power a new Data-Orchestration-as-a-service (DOaaS) product that T-Systems will operate and manage via its cloud.

The enterprise arm of Deutsche Telekom said its business customers would no longer need to build and maintain their own “homegrown” integration solutions.

Customers will be able to access, discover, integrate and ensure the accuracy of data in almost any format from any on-premises or cloud business application, the company said.

T-Systems claims to be the first cloud service provider to embed Informatica’s data integration software within its data centre in Germany.

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Frank Strecker, SVP Cloud & Partner Sales at T Systems, commented: “In today’s world, customers are faced with the challenge to integrate a multitude of solutions that run on-premise, in private or public clouds.

"This “multi-cloud” world only delivers value if it is integrated at the data layer. We are happy to provide a service that combines the technology from the world leader in Cloud Integration, Informatica, and the safe and secure services environment from T Systems.”

Last month, T-Systems announced a partnership with security firm FireEye as it looks to offer its customers protection from cyber attacks.

In the third quarter, revenues at T-Systems fell 4.9 percent to €2 billion.

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