To keep pace with your competition and take full advantage of technology advancements, your organization must be able to manage a lot more data, moving a lot faster. That virtual tsunami of data must also be accurate, reliable, validated, relevant, and timely. For businesses striving to drive digital transformation throughout their organization, they need to have an approach to application and data integration that is robust enough to support the large influx of new data sources while also flexible enough to support the innovations planned on your enterprise road map.
There is a next generation of middleware to address your enterprise-wide need for speed and higher data volume, it is called integration platform as a service (iPaaS). It is middleware for the cloud. And while it has been around for a few years, it is now becoming the default integration technology for organizations that have come to realize traditional, on-premises approaches are no longer viable. iPaaS helps organizations take full advantage of the cloud by allowing you to get started faster, with no hardware to set up or software to install, as well as virtually no ramp-up time. Additionally, in many cases Boomi iPaaS completely eliminates the need for hand-coded development. The Boomi platform provides a host of preconfigured integrations and connections, as well as an intuitive drag-and-drop interface.
And it is a pay-as-you-go model. You can start small and grow as needed. Instead of tracking activities and issues across the enterprise, you now have one central location to get information or fix errors. And you get all the high-quality data you need, when and where you want it.
KPMG and Dell have established the KPMG Cloud integration framework (CIF) based on the Dell Boomi platform. This addresses our clients' needs for a next-generation native cloud integration platform. KPMG can help you effectively execute your hybrid infrastructure vision using Dell Boomi, a comprehensive suite of low-code, enterprise-grade tools for developing and running core integrations, as well as APIs, master data management, EDI networks and workflow.