Boomi Helps Easterseals Bay Area Transform into a State-of-the-Art Healthcare Services Organization

The Boomi Platform Connects Cloud Apps and On-Premise Healthcare Systems to Support a More than 30-Fold Increase in Workload and Billing

ROUND ROCK, TexasMarch 7, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dell Boomi™ (Boomi) the leading provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software to build The Connected Business, today announced that its cloud-based integration platform has enabled Easterseals Bay Area (ESBA), an organization that is leading the way to ensure individuals and families affected by disabilities can live, learn, work and play to their full potential, to transform itself from a traditional regional affiliate of the Chicago-based Easterseals organization into a state-of-the-art digital healthcare services organization and a behavioral health provider that’s now working with thousands of care-providers and patients.

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Dell Boomi, Nalta.com and digitalAngel partner to revolutionise the future of healthcare

Boomi’s integration platform helps Dutch start-up to build innovative healthcare IoT platform and delivers a truly transformative smart bed project

ROUND ROCK, Texas, March 6, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Dell Boomi (Boomi), the leading provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software to build The Connected Business, announced that the company’s technology is powering a revolutionary Internet of Things (IoT) healthcare platform from Dutch start-up digitalAngel.

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Dell Boomi buys SanFrancisco-based startup ManyWho

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Dell Boomi has acquired San Francisco-based ManyWho, which provides an agile, enterprise-level, cloud-based, application development platform in a low-code environment.

ManyWho “simplifies workflow automation and allows businesses and developers to turn business processes into rich software applications to connect employees, customers and core systems,” Dell Boomi said in its press release.

“The acquisition unlocks the ability for businesses to maximize best-of-breed cloud applications, driving efficiency, increasing time to value and building a competitive advantage. With the addition of ManyWho, the Boomi platform provides customers with the enabling technology to address the challenges of Hybrid IT. Now, the platform allows businesses to connect, manage data changes, ensure data quality and re-establish efficient business processes across your IT landscape.”

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Integrator Dell Boomi Acquires Workflow Automationist ManyWho

Workflow automation is an important requirement for businesses and organizations pursuing digital transformation and IT modernization.

When Dell decided to sell off its software division to two private equity firms last June while in the process of acquiring EMC’s universe of properties, it divested every previously independent company it had acquired (Quest, SonicWall, Statistica, Ocarina, Scalent) except one: integration and data management provider Boomi.

We’re not here to question any of the motivations behind the acquisitions and divestitures, but one thing we do know about business: Acquisitions need to make profits for their owners. Boomi has been very profitable and has developed into an integral part of the overall Dell EMC.

And we know this about Boomi: Since its acquisition by Dell in November 2010, Boomi has evolved to become the busiest cloud integrator in the world, according to a majority of industry analysts.

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Dell Boomi buys SanFrancisco-based startup ManyWho

Written by Tom Paine, Philly Tech News

Dell Boomi has acquired San Francisco-based ManyWho, which provides an agile, enterprise-level, cloud-based, application development platform in a low-code environment.

ManyWho “simplifies workflow automation and allows businesses and developers to turn business processes into rich software applications to connect employees, customers and core systems,” Dell Boomi said in its press release.

“The acquisition unlocks the ability for businesses to maximize best-of-breed cloud applications, driving efficiency, increasing time to value and building a competitive advantage. With the addition of ManyWho, the Boomi platform provides customers with the enabling technology to address the challenges of Hybrid IT. Now, the platform allows businesses to connect, manage data changes, ensure data quality and re-establish efficient business processes across your IT landscape.”

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Dell Boomi 2017 Predictions: A glimpse into the future of business and personal technology

Virtualization and Cloud executives share their predictions for 2017.  Read them in this 9th annual VMblog.com series exclusive.

Contributed by Michael Morton, Chief Technology Officer of Dell Boomi

A glimpse into the future of business and personal technology

1.      Voice Commands for Business

Last year I discussed the anticipated increase in the use of voice and body gestures to accomplish tasks. During the course of 2016, you saw a lot of media exposure and a rapidly growing ecosystem around the Amazon Echo, then the release by Apple of SiriKit, and the availability of Google Home. There is a subtle situation happening here as to why until now the majority of investments in the voice space has been targeting the consumer market. One way to increase the odds of a technology being adopted and trusted by a business is to first evolve it in the consumer space. This is precisely what is happening and most people don’t even realize it. As more people evolve with voice devices in the home, there will be a natural extension to want to accomplish more and more activities via voice in the workplace, or on-the-go. In 2017, we’ll begin to see voice enablement take off for business purposes.

For example, let’s say I’m a salesperson on the road, and I want to see a list of customers in a five-mile radius who are up for renewal over the next three months. If I can get this information right away, perhaps I can set up useful face-to-face meetings. Thanks to real-time, cloud-based data integration, instead of manually interfacing with an application, or even worse, calling the office and having a sales assistant run a report, what if I can just speak the command into my phone? Additionally, making this even more efficient through intelligent integration: I don’t have to explain where I am since the geolocation is automatically incorporated into the search. I don’t have to explain my role since the system knows who I am. I also don’t have some cumbersome login because I’m already authenticated in via my phone through my fingerprint reader. Seconds later, I receive a list of my sales contacts via email, complete with the contact information I need to begin making calls.

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