Dell Boomi powers 2018’s top enterprise technology IPOs

Eight of the ten enterprise technology Initial Public Offerings (IPOs) in the first half of the year were their customers or partners, says Dell Boomi. These companies include DocuSign, Dropbox, Pivotal, Zuora and Ceridian.

In a statement, the cloud integration and workflow automation software detailed out how these companies worked with Boomi.

DocuSign established a cloud-first strategy with Boomi to lower costs, increase scalability and enable data-driven decision making across the enterprise. With Boomi, DocuSign found a unified integration platform that simplified the ERP data migration, streamlined its business processes and increased the speed of data sharing between key business applications.

Dropbox worked with Boomi to build out its human resources (HR) technology landscape to ensure its HR systems met core business requirements. With Boomi managing application integrations and APIs, Dropbox was able to link together each of its HR systems through automated and encrypted connections.

Zuora has been a Boomi partner since 2008. In that time, the two companies have worked together to automate subscription billing operations and integrate the billing data seamlessly with CRM and financials.

Ceridian, a provider of human resources software and services, has worked closely with Boomi to support a connector.

“Successful companies are fueled by smart ideas that address pervasive problems and rapid adoption of the right technology at the right time,” said Chris McNabb, CEO of Dell Boomi. “These organizations are turning to Boomi for their cloud integration and workflow needs because they understand the business growth opportunities that Boomi provides to their business. Our unified platform provides higher productivity, simplicity and shorter time-to-value which provides the agility required by today’s top technology companies.”

[Image courtesy: Dell Boomi]

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