Boomi introduces Work Reimagined workforce transformation initiative

Work Reimagined from Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, aims to get organisations around the world back to work by supporting digital transformation strategies.

Utilising its cloud-native open platform, Boomi customers can automate and orchestrate new processes, monitor employees’ health statuses and drive deeper engagement across the workforce.

Aimed at HR and operational leaders, Work Reimagined leverages the capabilities of low code platform Boomi Flow, which allows for automation of workflow and customer journey acceleration.

The initiative offers a catalog of quick-start application templates, which are now available to Boomi customers. These enable users to:

  • Simplify and speed return to site – Solutions to capture, monitor, track and report on worker, student, and faculty status in near real time, on any device.
  • Orchestrate worker lifecycle functions – Including pre-boarding, onboarding and offboarding.
  • Unified visibility into people’s status – By synchronising knowledge of people’s situations across the organisation to HR and IT leaders, and meeting new requirements.

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“HR, IT and operations leaders have been forced to quickly adapt their processes and systems in a world that is constantly changing, while also balancing their pre-existing innovation roadmaps,” said Chris Port, chief operating officer of Boomi.

“While chasing moving targets, their heightened responsibility to protect and manage the wellbeing of their people is critical. Work Reimagined supports key use cases that are currently top priority for organisations, and we’re proud to be able to help customers facilitate these urgent changes and put people first.”

The Work Reimagined solutions can be deployed for free by existing Boomi customers, and to new customers through a 30-day free trial.

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Aaron Hurst

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