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Boomi Kicks Off Annual Conference in Washington D.C.


Company Unveils Boomiverse, Conversational AI and Partner Award Winners at Boomi World 2019

WASHINGTON D.C. – Oct. 2, 2019 Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, today unveiled conversational AI solutions for partners to take to market, its new brand identity, and winners of the Boomi Partner Program Awards at its annual conference Boomi World 2019.

Boomi CEO, Chris McNabb, in front of an audience of thousands of customers and partners, spoke about the company’s track record, and announced its new brand identity as it continues its mission to create accelerated business outcomes for its customers.

Boomi’s new, simple and modern brand reflects the company’s priority of community and education. Boomi enables customers and users to find new ways forward in their business and explore the corners of the ‘Boomiverse’ – Boomi’s newly enhanced user community of learners, contributors and educators that come from different industries and expertise.

“As Boomi continues to grow, innovate and lead the industry, we are enabling our customers to achieve accelerated business outcomes. Our new brand is a visual representation of that and matches who we are today and who we want to be tomorrow,” said Chris McNabb, CEO at Boomi. “We are excited to be celebrating our achievements and the successes of our customers and partners, here in Washington D.C.”

During his keynote, Chris McNabb showcased how partners can leverage the capabilities of the unified Boomi platform to deliver ground breaking solutions incorporating conversational AI – solutions that will provide a new, personalised, effective way to communicate with their customers.

These capabilities use the Boomi Bot Framework, a bundle of assets that enable a low-code application developer to build a chatbot that supports any combination of business rules and AI. This set of pre-built assets is ‘more packaged’ than a classic code-level Software Development Kit and it is more flexible and less restricted than a standalone bot-configuration platform. Thus, it enables easy innovation and quick time to value.

Partner Program Awards
Boomi’s Partner Awards recognise companies that understand the vital importance of accelerating business outcomes. These partners are a crucial part of Boomi’s ecosystem and provide invaluable support to the company and mutual customers.

Honoured at the Partner Summit, winners for 2019 include:

• Worldwide Partner of the Year – Accenture
• Worldwide Partner Excellence Award – Slalom
• Innovation Partner of the Year – Deloitte
• North American Partner of the Year – Eide Bailly
• EMEA Partner of the Year – Digia
• APJ Partner of the Year – RXP
• Embedded Partner of the Year – ADP
• Alliance Partner of the Year – Oracle NetSuite

To join the Boomi World conversation on Twitter use #BoomiWorld19. To learn more about Boomi World, visit: https://boomi.com/boomiworld/.

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