Dell Boomi introduces solution accelerator

The new accelerator is aimed to help businesses connect new employees to HR systems, allowing them to support employees from day one.

This is set to enhance Boomi’s digital transformation services that offer application and data integration, API design and management, workflow automation and other developments in the form of a unified integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS).

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The platform is integrated with services from the likes of Google Cloud, NetSuite and Workday, bringing together staff, premise-based applications and cloud applications.

“New employees are generally required to complete too many tasks in too many different systems from the moment they apply for a job to starting on their first day,” said DJ Krebsbach, Chief of Staff for Boomi.

“We decided the employee onboarding experience would not be about systems and processes, but instead about getting to know the company and its culture in a way that elevates employee productivity.”

“Onboarding Solution Accelerator has allowed us to save time, creates a better employee introduction to Boomi and ensures our new employees can focus on getting to work and making an impact starting right away.”

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The three main aims cited by Boomi in regards to offering its services were to reduce manual effort, streamline collaboration and improve engagement.

Paulomi Gudka, vice president of data services at GearsCRM, a Boomi partner, said: “From enterprises that need to onboard seasonal help to fast growing companies like Boomi, employee onboarding impacts organizational productivity.”

“With the new Onboarding Solution Accelerator, we are able to help our customers create a connected employee experience and provide value in record time.”

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Aaron Hurst

Aaron Hurst is Information Age's senior reporter, providing news and features around the hottest trends across the tech industry.