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Boomi announces multi-cloud capabilities, accelerating cloud-first strategies with Flow

Boomi announces multi-cloud capabilities, accelerating cloud-first strategies with Flow

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Boomi has launched multi-cloud capabilities to Flow, Boomi’s low-code workflow automation service, enabling cloud agility with built-in protection for sensitive data.

Boomi, a Dell Technologies business and leading provider of cloud-based integration platform- as-a-Service (iPaaS), has launched multi-cloud capabilities to Flow, Boomi’s low-code workflow automation service, enabling cloud agility with built-in protection for sensitive data. With these new enhancements to Flow, businesses can increase the value of customer, employee and partner relationships by delivering trusted engagement, fast.

As Digital Transformation continues to accelerate, organizations are under increasing pressure to engage with many personas across a range of locations and devices. Trusted user engagement activates interest, invites customer loyalty, and harmonises workflows – making it the differentiating capability that will make or break relationships between people and digital business. With Boomi Flow, businesses can deliver trusted user engagement that meets customers where they are, with support for multi-cloud architecture across application and workflow components.

“The industry has been clamouring for a multi-cloud solution that can create integrated experiences and enable digital engagement with audiences in a seamless way,” said Ed Macosky, Head of Product at Boomi. “With Flow, organizations can seamlessly deploy and automate workflows and applications across diverse environments in ways that best fit their architectures. The net result is the ability to personalise the customer journey for different personas, creating unique avenues of interaction that build up brand loyalty.”

Boomi Flow enables businesses to accelerate cloud-first strategies without introducing risk. Organizations can run Boomi Flow applications in any cloud, including hybrid, multi-cloud, and on-premises deployments. Architected for easy synchronisation and a minimal on-premises footprint to avoid future migration challenges, Flow supports data control and security with deployment flexibility and the ability to run apps from private clouds while leveraging the design convenience of a cloud-native workspace.

“Businesses in Australia and New Zealand are under intense pressure to offer hyper-personalized, app-centric experiences to both their customers and employees. Yet, this pace of execution has simultaneously fostered expanding and increasingly-complex technology environments comprising dozens of disparate systems sitting in different clouds, or in-house,” said Nicholas Lambrou, Managing Director Australia and New Zealand (A/NZ) at Boomi. “Flow Multi-cloud allows those businesses to create integrated experiences by linking applications and workflows deployed in any mix of cloud and on-premises environments, while supporting the organization’s regulatory and secure data needs.”  

“Boomi has served as the backbone of our Digital Transformation engine as we seek to better serve our partners and scale for rapid growth,” said Tim Heger, CTO and CISO at HealthBridge, which provides a first-of-its-kind financial solution that bridges the gap between the high cost of healthcare and an employee’s financial wellbeing.

Flow empowers customers to streamline operations with one touch deployment, better control of data movement, and enhanced governance of sensitive data. This means Flow enables the creation of custom workflows and applications – while complying with regulatory mandates and corporate policies around data protection. Customers who use Flow to build user engagement can take advantage of the benefits of multi-cloud deployment agility while keeping the Flow runtime and associated data within their private boundary, assuring the protection of sensitive data with improved management.

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