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Australian Red Cross has implemented a new solution to automate administrative tasks and to unify the experience of its 270,000 clients, donors, members and volunteers, using the Boomi platform. By automating previously manual and onerous administrative tasks, it was able to divert more resources to critical services. The platform has

Enterprises on either side of the Tasman are far more confident in their ability to innovate than their Asia-Pacific (APAC) neighbours. That’s a key finding in a new by Boomi, called  The State of Modernisation, Transformation, and Innovation in the Digital Age. The report, commissioned with Vanson Bourne, found 27

The Catholic Education Network (CEnet) has streamlined its application access, improving teacher and student productivity with real-time identity lifecycle management across 30 systems. Founded in 2007, the organisation provides comprehensive information management systems, applications, and processes to 770 diocesan schools across New South Wales, Queensland, Australian Capital Territory and Tasmania.

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New global research commissioned by Boomi reveals that while organisations are reaping the rewards of IT modernisation, digital transformation and innovation, their efforts are being inhibited by various challenges, including restrictive budgets and lack of in-house skills.  Almost 60 per cent of survey respondents to the report, The State of Modernisation,

Online wine merchant The Wine Collective (TWC) has implemented Boomi Technologies to achieve a 360-degree view of its customers to help personalise their online shopping experience.  To get this 360-degree view of customers, TWC is leveraging data from multiple channels to enhance personalisation.  Webinar: The role of the CMO at

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Local Councils are concerned with matters close to our homes, such as building permits, roads, parks, libraries, waste disposal and many community services. However, our modern day councils go so much further, providing a diverse range of quality facilities and services including art and cultural centres, regional sporting complexes, childcare

With benefits come risks. The cloud has returned computing power to the people, enabling IT projects to be quickly and efficiently shaped by business users. Agility and responsiveness are the new technical goals, and they’re being delivered by empowering business users and less-technical developers alike with new and easy-to-use tools.

The global iPaaS market will grow at a 59.7 per cent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2018 and 2023, to US$10.2 billion according to research firm Ovum.  In a recent Ovum report, Ovum Decision Matrix: Selecting a Cloud Platform for Hybrid Integration Vendor, 2019–20, it also noted the API

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