Flinders University emerged as one of the big global winners recognised by Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, at the company’s annual customer conference in Washington DC.
In the past two years Flinders has embarked upon a sweeping modernisation of its IT services to ensure it delivers the educational, research and administrative technologies that its students and staff need to succeed.
At the Boomi World conference on Thursday, Flinders University secured one of the seven global awards announced for its modernisation project that has managed complex data challenges and set up effective data governance capabilities, using the Boomi AtomSphere Platform.
Kerrie Campbell, Chief Information Officer for Information and Digital Services at Flinders University, says Boomi integration has been used successfully to overcome IT complexity in the university.
“Finding the right product and partner to join us on this journey has been no small matter for Flinders and we’re delighted our commitment to the Boomi platform has received global recognition. Our innovative application of this technology has led to a comprehensive transformation across our multiple campuses,” says Ms Campbell.
“We’ve been able to break down the silos by integrating data sources and systems, creating an interconnected fabric across our organisation.
“We have broadened our use of Boomi Flow to transform and accelerate our workflow implementation to increase operational intelligence and create reusable business logic, this means we can bring cross functional teams together to meet organisational needs.
“It has been a success – and we are extremely proud to win this global award.”