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SOURCE HighPoint Solutions

EAST NORRITON, Pa., Jan. 30, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- HighPoint Solutions, a premier, global provider of specialized IT services dedicated to the Life Sciences and Healthcare industries is excited to announce that John Wollman, Executive Vice President of Innovation, will be participating as a panelist at this year's Informatica MDM Day.

The one-day event is held to give attendees tools and knowledge to increase success with MDM and PIM. The event is structured to provide opportunities for attendees to share ideas, provide guidance and learn from other customers who have journeyed the MDM/PIM path.

The topic of discussion will focus on the proven data governance best practices for MDM success.  Mr. Wollman said, "HighPoint has been working in the MDM space, and specifically as an Elite partner of Informatica for several years.  Informatica's MDM Day is an excellent forum for MDM practitioners to network and learn from each other and I'm really proud to represent my company at the event and share our lessons learned."

The seminar commences on Wednesday, February 12, at the Westin Times Square, welcoming guests from all over the US, and lasts the entirety of the day. For more information about Informatica's MDM day, click here.

For more information about HighPoint Solutions and upcoming events, please visit http://www.highpoint-solutions.com.

About HighPoint Solutions
HighPoint Solutions is a premier, global provider of specialized IT with vertically-focused business consulting, system integration, professional service, and managed hosting solutions for life sciences and healthcare companies. Since 2000, our 650+ consultants have provided business consulting and technology solutions that continue to deliver business value and competitive advantage to more than 140 clients globally.

For more information about HighPoint Solutions and their upcoming events, please visit http://highpointsolutions.com/

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