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Best Buy makes Informatica move

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Palo Alto, Calif.--Informatica Corp. said that Best Buy Co. Inc. would standardize customer service and business performance analysis applications on its platform. The move by the 1,800-strong retail electronic chain will ``avoid dependency on labor-intensive and error-prone'' custom programming, said Clark Becker, senior VP and chief technology officer for Best Buy, in a statement. Informatica PowerCenter, the flagship brand for Palo Alto, Calif.-based Informatica, will work with Best Buy's customer relationship management and e-commerce applications to track and analyze an average of 330 million daily transactions, the company said.
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