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Marketers are unhappy with the level of integration between the different technology tools they use to do their jobs. It’s an issue Which-50 has been interrogating with marketing executives, experts and analysts over the last three months, as we’ve tried to understand what’s driving a level of frustration with marketing

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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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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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

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Silos are busted, time to market accelerated and IT resources are much simpler to utilise when organisations have an effective integration platform as a service (iPaaS) regime, according to a Dell Boomi commissioned study by Forrester. In the study to assess the economic impact of shifting to the cloud, Forrester created

Half of Australian and New Zealand (A/NZ) organisations are struggling to become more connected, according to new research conducted by Vanson Bourne. According to another study – this time by Grand View Research, the global iPaaS market will reach US$2.71 billion by 2025, with Asia Pacific to experience the highest compound

Charles Sturt University has selected Integration Platform as a service (iPaaS) provider Dell Boomi to integrate its operational systems. The move is part of the university’s five year IT transformation designed to enhance student and staff experiences. The cloud based iPaaS service links Charles Sturt University’s existing and future bespoke

The digital economy has forced enterprises to reshape their businesses to stay ahead of both traditional and new competitors. Whether it is reducing cost, increasing productivity, or winning the market share battle, technology continues to change the way we work. Fifteen years ago, the main technology story for large enterprises