Digital Intelligence Unit

Australia’s Flinders University is using the Boomi Platform to power a cloud-first strategy that will modernise IT and deliver seamless digital experiences to students and staff Flinders wanted to provide a superior digital experience to students and staff with a modern, cloud-first IT environment. To achieve this it needed flexible

The utility of an integration platform as a service (iPaaS) is now widely accepted however the challenges that bring organisation to the realisation that they need to go down this path remain varied. That’s the view of David Irecki, director, solution consulting, APJ for Boomi, a Dell Technologies business. We

Higher education operates in a highly competitive landscape. Universities are increasingly looking to provide a better service to today’s tech-savvy millennial students. They have little choice after all these are consumers who demand a rich and seamless experience across multiple channels.  How universities adapt to these new conditions and adopt

Organisations today get data from a vast array of sources and in a variety of formats. Yet, only a fraction of data is known and used successfully.  For its part, Boomi, a Dell company, plays a vital role in helping organisations effectively use their known data, providing fundamental value to

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The last 10 years have proved to be a decade of disruption and transformation for many businesses and government enterprises, but what does the experience of the last decade suggest about the priorities for technology leaders over the next few years? That’s a topic we recently took up with David

British media and entertainment business Sky has transformed how it handles customer service issues by using Boomi as an “intelligent black box” powering a self-service application that lets customers troubleshoot and resolve broadband or talk problems. The digital-first innovation won Sky the 2019 UK National Technology Award for Best Enterprise

The aged care sector is in the midst of a seismic shift. While there is much optimism about the benefits that cloud and IoT technologies can bring to organisations providing care for the elderly and disabled the reality on the ground is more nuanced as revelations from the Royal Commission

Operators in the aged care sector along with other disability providers find themselves responding to new challenges and pressures, not just from the Royal Commission, but also from more onerous regulatory rules around patient data privacy. According to Deloitte Access Economics, “The Australian aged care sector is large and complex.

Australia’s utility sector is undergoing a period of significant transformation. On the one hand, new energy providers are emerging offering higher levels of service, and even changes in the way energy is priced and consumed. Just over the horizon is the looming impact of the new consumer data right, that

On time and under budget, with extra features squeezed in. That’s the result the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) experienced when adopting a new cloud strategy to alleviate constraints. Speed matters to the IT managers of colleges and universities. These educators are in just as much a hurry as their