May 24th, 2018
In recent blog posts, we outlined how software vendors can meet rising customer demand for fast, agile integration by partnering with an integration vendor. And we addressed key technology characteristics that independent software vendors (ISVs) should look for in an integration partner.
But integration technology is only part of the equation. Another critical consideration for application providers is the experience, scope and track record of an integration vendor’s partner program.
April 27th, 2018
In a recent blog post, we talked about how organizations increasingly look for ease of integration when selecting software applications. They want to speed return on investment by quickly connecting new applications across their hybrid, best-of-breed IT environments.
That poses a challenge for independent software vendors (ISVs). To address it, some software companies invest in an in-house integration team to custom-code connectivity, but that means high cost and time-consuming manual work.
March 16th, 2018
The sales landscape has changed for independent software vendors (ISVs). Customers no longer buy applications based strictly on traditional characteristics such as functionality and scalability.
With software as a service (SaaS) applications becoming the norm, ease of integration has emerged as a key consideration for organizations as they assess their software options. Companies want new apps to plug and play across diverse environments of best-of-breed cloud and on-premise systems. The last thing they want is a complex and months-long integration project.
February 27th, 2018
Coupa helps organizations gain greater visibility and control over how they spend money. Their cloud-based suite of business spend management applications provides a rich set of software for automating the workflows guiding procurement, expenses and accounts payable tasks.
To be most effective, Coupa needs to connect with key data about employees, suppliers, accounts and vendors. Large companies and corporations typically must build a number of interfaces into their other systems (especially ERP) to get the right data into and out of Coupa.
November 29th, 2017
Matt Rizai, the chairman and CEO of Workiva, puts it simply: “Better data drives better decisions.”
More than 2,800 organizations, including more than 70 percent of the Fortune 500, rely on Workiva’s Wdesk enterprise management and productivity software for better decision-making and data visibility in finance, compliance, reporting, risk management and other areas.
Now, in a new partnership with Dell Boomi, Workiva is offering its Wdesk customers a cloud-based integration service that significantly expands the speed and scope of enterprise data connectivity.
May 26th, 2017
Sungard Availability Services (Sungard AS) provides peace of mind to organizations who want to be sure their businesses will keep working no matter what.
And, for the same peace of mind about the data used in its business continuity applications, Sungard AS relies on Dell Boomi.
Sungard AS, headquartered in Wayne, Penn., offers its Assurance family of applications as a cloud-based managed service for helping organizations plan, maintain, and implement disaster recovery solutions for when an unforeseen event takes down a key office or data center.
January 19th, 2017
Dell Boomi and Vena Solutions have created a new connector to integrate Vena’s Excel-based corporate performance management (CPM) software with Boomi’s growing network of more than 200 enterprise applications and 1,000 endpoints.
The Vena unified software platform automates your financial, accounting and business processes that build on your existing spreadsheets – templates, reports and more – with a fully functional Excel interface.
With the Boomi connector, customers can easily integrate Vena existing source systems and enterprise applications in a fraction of the time it would take to build a custom ETL (extract, transform, load) connector.