Dell Boomi, Fujitsu enter A/NZ alliance
Fujitsu Australia and Dell subsidiary Boomi have teamed up to provide integrated cloud-based business applications and professional services to enterprise and government organisations in Australia and New Zealand.
The first-of-its-kind agreement between the two companies will see them combine Boomi’s cloud-native integration capabilities with Fujitsu’s range of data and applications solutions.
Through the alliance, the companies aim to simplify the integration process for customers, allowing them to reduce expenses as well as development, testing and production time frames.
The two companies also plan to jointly provide consulting, implementation and data analytics services to joint customers and channel partners.
Boomi plans to leverage Fujitsu’s existing footprint in the Australia and New Zealand enterprise and government sectors to bolster its presence in the market. Boomi first opened its local office in the region in 2016.
Fujitsu likewise expects to be able to capture opportunities in markets where Boomi holds a strong presence, such as the higher education and financial services sectors.
“Organisations across most industries are finding their tech environments are becoming increasingly complex and outdated. This is slowing their ability to introduce advanced technologies, let alone convert huge volumes of data into meaningful decision-making to advance their businesses,” said Dell Boomi Director for Solutions Consulting David Irecki.
“By adding the Boomi platform to the Fujitsu business applications portfolio, we are removing technical debt so that Australian companies have access to accurate and reliable data that can be used to accelerate business outcomes.”
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