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Dell Boomi B2B Integration Transforms How Organizations Work with Trading Partners

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by Angela Guess

A recent press release states, “Dell Boomi™ (Boomi), the leading provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software to build The Connected Business, continues to disrupt the 30-year-old legacy EDI market, evolving the company’s leading B2B and EDI integration platform to help organizations and their trading partners move at the speed of today’s business. Boomi EDI aligns with Boomi’s flagship cloud integration technology to deliver the industry’s only unified cloud platform that orchestrates data, applications and business processes to help organizations run faster and smarter. As part of the company’s unified platform capabilities, Boomi offers a low-code solution for easily setting up and managing EDI connections, programmatically onboarding partners, and integrating EDI with business processes and legacy applications. By streamlining EDI and centralizing integration and API management, Boomi allows customers to maximize the ROI of their EDI investments.”

The release goes on, “Boomi disrupts legacy EDI solutions by allowing customers to: (1) Build, maintain, and simplify EDI integrations: Boomi’s low code, visual drag and drop user interface (UI), built-in trading partner framework and re-usable components increase flexibility and agility, reduce repetitive work for EDI specialists. (2) Gain end-to-end visibility: Boomi allows organizations to break down traditional EDI silos and integrate trading networks with an organization’s business systems and IT services. The increased transparency allows for quick responses and fosters partner relations. (3) Empower business users: Boomi enables business users to add, remove or change specific parts of an EDI configuration to respond to business requirements, increasing business agility and responsiveness.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Dell Boomi

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