|By Business Wire||
|May 14, 2014 08:09 AM EDT||
Dell Software announced today that Dell Boomi, a leader in enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), has released a new NetSuite (NYSE:N) OpenAir connector, designed to allow the movement of data into and out of NetSuite OpenAir professional services automation (PSA) software. The Dell Boomi AtomSphere® NetSuite OpenAir connector enables NetSuite OpenAir customers to integrate any combination of on-premises and cloud applications with NetSuite OpenAir and includes a prebuilt connector for Salesforce.com. By integrating NetSuite OpenAir with other applications across an organization, including very large enterprise systems like SAP and Oracle in a two-tier model, business processes can run automatically. For instance, a company may need to track the sale, progress and billing of a service engagement across CRM, PSA and ERP applications; Dell Boomi AtomSphere integrates these applications to automate this process. The results include greater efficiencies, a reduction in errors and improved visibility into all aspects of a customer engagement.
The Dell Boomi AtomSphere simplifies enterprise connectivity with NetSuite OpenAir, the industry’s leading cloud-based PSA solution for project management, resource optimization, time and expense, and project accounting that enables organizations to streamline the entire services lifecycle from bid to bill, gaining agility and scalability for rapid growth. NetSuite OpenAir is used by more than half of the 13 services organizations identified as “Best of the Best” in a 2014 study of 238 firms by Service Performance Insight, the leading services industry research consultancy. SPI’s study found that “Best of the Best” leaders net 209 percent greater profits, 132 percent higher per-project revenue and 57 percent greater annual revenue per employee than other firms.1 Services teams at large global companies such as Siemens and Software AG use NetSuite OpenAir to increase efficiency and results, integrating the PSA solution with a corporate SAP ERP installation in place at each company.
“Standardized connectors like this new NetSuite OpenAir connector enable Dell Boomi and NetSuite customers to speed the process of integrating cloud applications, and optimizing business processes to increase an organization’s time to value. Dell Boomi AtomSphere iPaaS is capable of automating a variety of business processes across NetSuite OpenAir and any combination of other business-critical applications,” said Chris McNabb, general manager, Dell Boomi.
“NetSuite’s partnership with Dell Boomi continues to deliver value to NetSuite customers by extending the NetSuite platform and enabling bi-directional data exchanges to and from our platform. Customers are able to confidently manage business processes and data in efficient ways as a result of our partnership with Dell Boomi,” said Guido Haarmans, NetSuite Vice President Business Development for Technology Partners.
Dell Boomi is exhibiting at SuiteWorld 2014, NetSuite’s annual user conference for customers, partners, media and industry analysts, being held May 12–15 in San Jose, Calif. To learn more, visit us at booth #600 in the SuiteWorld Expo at the San Jose Convention Center.
NetSuite’s SuiteCloud is a comprehensive offering of cloud-based products, development tools and services designed to help customers and commercial software developers take advantage of the significant economic benefits of cloud computing. Based on NetSuite, the industry's leading provider of cloud-based financials / ERP software suites, SuiteCloud enables customers to run their core business operations in the cloud, and software developers to target new markets quickly with newly-created mission-critical applications built on top of mature and proven business processes. The complete SuiteCloud offering includes NetSuite’s multi-tenant, always-on SaaS infrastructure; the NetSuite Business Suite of applications (Accounting/ERP, CRM and Ecommerce); and the NS-BOS Development Platform.
The SuiteCloud Developer Network (SDN) is a comprehensive developer program for Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) who build apps for SuiteCloud. All available SuiteApps are listed on SuiteApp.com, a single-source online marketplace where NetSuite customers can find applications to meet specific business process or industry-specific needs. For more information on SuiteCloud and the SDN program, please visit: http://www.netsuite.com/developers.
About Dell Boomi
Dell Boomi delivers AtomSphere integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) and Master Data Management (MDM) solutions to enable customers to integrate any combination of cloud and on-premises applications without software, appliances, or coding. Organizations of all sizes, from growing mid-market companies to very large enterprises, enjoy rapid time to value as a result of drastically reduced implementation times and substantial cost savings over traditional integration and master data management solutions. Visit www.boomi.com for more information.
Dell Inc. listens to customers and delivers innovative technology and services that give them the power to do more. For more information, visit www.dell.com.
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1 Service Performance Insight, “2014 Professional Services Maturity Benchmark,” March 2014.
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