Dell Boomi

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Budget airline, Scoot, is using the Boomi integration platform to help share data across the expanding organisation, allowing it to adapt more quickly to changing market conditions and therefore improve passenger experiences. Scoot, the low-cost arm of Singapore Airlines, operates a global network of 66 cities across 18 countries and

Dell Boomi wants its integration platform to work more quickly and intelligently, reducing the time it takes IT teams to get through their to-do lists. The integration-platform-as-a-service (iPaas) provider’s platform plays an important role in digital transformation projects, connecting software applications and unifying data. It now wants to make that

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Businesses remain under severe pressure to evolve IT to support digital transformation programs. Agility, responsiveness and cost-effectiveness are essential to stay relevant to employees, customers, partners and other stakeholders. To meet these challenges, businesses are turning in increasing numbers to the cloud and Software as a Service applications. Learn more

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A problem has emerged for organisations looking to harness their data: accessing it. Frequently, digital organisations are creating troves of valuable data — but it often remains siloed in disparate databases or applications. According to David Irecki, Senior Consulting Manager, APJ, at Dell Boomi, integration platform as a service (iPaaS)

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It is every Boomer’s job to make you successful, according to Chris Port, Chief Operating Officer at Dell Boomi, addressing a packed audience in Las Vegas for the Boomi World conference. Boomers, in this context, are representatives of Dell Boomi. Port described the way Boomi is structured, with four teams

Integration-platform-as-a-service provider Dell Boomi has announced two local customers and is reporting strong demand for its services which aid digital transformation projects. Australian fleet management company Orix, has tapped Boomi to connect the data and platforms it uses to power its fleet of more than 34,000 cars and small trucks.

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Business faces an onslaught of transformational technologies in the coming years, everything from connective devices to decentralised solutions like blockchain; to new ways of delivering broadband from 5G. These will all have tremendous impacts on the evolution of digital transformation, says Dell Boomi’s Chief Technology Officer, Michael Morton. Digital transformation is

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Nicole Fishers, Deputy Chief Information Officer at Flinders University, and Dell’s Chief Privacy Officer, Sooji Seo, were among the speakers on the Future of the Connected Workforce panel at Boomi World, discussing the favourable impact a robust application and data integration solution has on customer and employee experience. Flinders University

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While there is an abundance of focus on digital transformation, it is important to remember that it is just one of four major transformative forces acting up the modern enterprise, according to Dell CEO and founder Michael Dell. Speaking at the international Boomi World Tour last year Dell also stressed that

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Businesses and government organisations are experiencing far-reaching change. New technologies and digital models are rewriting the rules of engagement with customers, employees, partners and other stakeholders. For example, customers expect personalised service and support anytime, from any location, while employees expect management to provide consumer-grade workplace experiences. Increasingly, managers demand