The PRWIRE Press Releases http:// 2017-05-26T04:55:55Z Survey shows preference for casual employment 2017-05-26T04:55:55Z survey-shows-preference-for-casual-employment Numerous opponents to the increase in part-time jobs voiced their concerns last week when the unemployment figures were released showing that while the overall jobs market is running stronger, most of the gains in April were driven by part-time jobs, which rose by 49,000 for the month.  However, following a survey among its 2,500 workforce, Australia’s premier sales, merchandising and marketing solutions provider to the retail industry, the Blueprint Group, has found that 83 per cent of its employees is happy with casual or part-time work. The company has a casualised workforce of 84 per cent with the survey also finding that 70 per cent of employees find their position suitable for maintaining a work/life balance and providing the flexibility they desire around their working hours. Caroline Trenfield, Blueprint Group’s new General Manager of Human Resources, said casual and part-time employees are also provided with a promotional path offering long term careers for those who seek it.   “As evidence of the experience of our workforce, more than two in every three employees have been involved in the FMCG environment for more than 10 years.   “While most of the positions we offer in retail are casual, it’s clear that there is a huge cohort who recognise the many benefits of being casual and actively seek this type of employment to suit their lifestyle needs.   “I believe our environment contributes to Blueprint Group having an engaged workforce when working in the field representing our clients.”   Ms Trenfield attributes a 78 per cent field retention rate of Blueprint’s workforce to the extensive sales and merchandising skills training provided, both online and via 30 dedicated trainers around Australia.   “We have developed an online portal for field teams to allow the sharing of field-to-field best practice where everyone can learn from each other.   “The results from our latest survey, when combined with an employee satisfaction rating that is 20 per cent above the industry average, demonstrate that staff are enjoying their work, they feel valued, understand end-user customers and are engaged with their client portfolios.   “All this leads to quality in the field and success for our clients,” she added.   Blueprint Group has a commitment to their employees of being a ‘Great Place to Work’ and invests heavily in the training and coaching of its large team. The company conducts regular surveys of employee satisfaction and has achieved outstanding levels of engagement, which reflects the success of the many programs that make up its Great Place to Work agenda.  www.blueprintgroup.com.au   Ends  Note to Editor: 550 respondents completed the online survey in March 2017.   About Blueprint Group: The Blueprint Group is Australia's premier sales, merchandising and marketing solutions provider to the retail industry. The Group’s five companies deliver a comprehensive range of services that are all designed to help its clients convert shoppers into buyers. Clients comprise manufacturers, food producers, FMCG brands and retailers in numerous industries including grocery, hardware, consumer electronics and liquor. The market-leading Blueprint Group companies are: Ausrep, CCS, Extravert, Powerforce and Retail Insight. Each company has strong retailer and supplier relationships and unmatched national coverage of experienced staff. Key services include: in and out of store sampling and demonstrations; experiential events; sales and merchandising; auditing; relays/planograms; vendor replenishment planning; point of sale production and data insights. Our mission is to ‘unlock value for our clients through our integrated range of big data, sales and marketing solutions’. www.blueprintgroup.com.au   Australian Entrepreneur Selects Dell Boomi Platform to Optimise eCommerce Start-Up’s Expansion Plans 2017-05-08T23:01:54Z australian-entrepreneur-selects-dell-boomi-platform-to-optimise-ecommerce-start-up-s-expansion-plans Sydney, Australia – May 9, 2017 – Dell Boomi™ (Boomi) has announced that international direct-to-consumer eCommerce start-up, GRANA, is using its integration platform to support rapid business expansion and optimise its omnichannel strategy, as the brand continues to extend its market presence into key markets and seek investment from venture capitalists in 2017. GRANA is a Hong Kong-based online apparel retailer founded by Australian entrepreneur, Luke Grana. Luke, in partnership with Pieter-Paul Wittgen, launched Grana.com in late 2014 with ambitions to take on Japanese giants Uniqlo and the United States’ Theory with high-quality clothing at affordable prices. The company currently ships to 12 countries from a centralised warehouse in Hong Kong. The start-up has implemented Boomi’s integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) to underpin and connect critical applications the business relies on for all internal and online customer-facing operations. This includes the start-up’s enterprise resource planning, product lifecycle management and warehouse management platforms which its 75 staff use daily. “The retail sector is undergoing a transition and the challenge is catering products and services towards digital consumers with increasing expectations from brands,” said Luke Grana, Chief Executive Officer and Founder at GRANA. “This means connecting the disjointed pools of important data dispersed across the organisation to make informed decisions and create meaningful online experiences for customers. “Boomi helps to integrate everything that goes on behind the scenes at GRANA - all the apps to help run the business – so we have full visibility into the data coming in and can make sense of it to add value across our omnichannel.” Importantly, the integration platform accurately and securely centralises data generated within these systems for analysis to inform business decisions and further optimise operational efficiencies and online-to-offline customer experiences. “This capability is critical to our business as we are rolling out aggressive expansion plans and two-day express shipping into mainland China, Japan and Korea,” said Grana. “Boomi gives us a better understanding of customers across the globe, equipping us to execute a strategy that meets their constantly evolving purchasing habits and expectations.” During its evaluation, GRANA considered other vendor solutions, however selected Boomi based on its ability to deliver the best functionality and performance. Additionally, a key factor was the ability to operate its cloud-based iPaaS with minimal training, removing the need for specialist IT resources. “Grana is shaking up the hotly-contested and highly-globalised retail sector with an intentionally unconventional expansion strategy that capitalises on the potential of technology to make better-informed decisions,” said Michael Evans, Managing Director Asia-Pacific and Japan at Dell Boomi. “By using iPaaS as the linking mechanism for its operation, it is not only boosting its ecommerce business, but preparing for a physical presence by analysing customer data to determine the best place to open stores, and determine what those shops will look like. This differentiator will allow it to create experiences on its customers’ terms.” About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi (Boomi), an independent business unit of Dell, accelerates business agility by integrating the information organisations need whenever and however they need it. The Boomi integration platform dramatically transforms the way organisations connect, create, manage and govern all their applications and data. As a result, more than 5,300 organisations of all sizes use the Boomi platform to run smarter, faster, and better. Boomi also helps customers drastically reduce implementation times over traditional integration, MDM, API management and workflow automation solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © 2017 Boomi Inc. Dell, Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. About GRANA GRANA is a direct-to-consumer eCommerce apparel brand designing wardrobe essentials in-house, using the finest fabrics from around the world, available at low and honest prices. GRANA ships directly to 12 countries within 1-2 days. www.grana.com Strategically headquartered in Hong Kong, GRANA was founded by Luke Grana and co-founded with Pieter Paul Wittgen, officially launching in October 2014. To date, the start-up has raised US$16 million in funding from 500 Startups, Alibaba’s Hong Kong Entrepreneurs Fund, Golden Gate Ventures and MindWorks Ventures. Australian Employers are Getting Better at Supporting Working Parents 2017-05-03T06:41:46Z australian-employers-are-getting-better-at-supporting-working-parents Working parents make up a large segment of the Australian workforce, which continues to rise as working mothers return to work rates increase.  In 2020 Gen X and Y are expected to make up over 70% of the workforce.  However they haven’t always had their specific needs met by employers but it does appear that Australian employers are getting better at supporting working parents.   Parents At Work ran a working families survey for the month of April 2017.  With 324 respondents the survey provides up-to-date, relevant statics on the experience of working parents (and families) in terms of work, child care and Federal Government support.   When asked if the working parent felt supported by your employer the majority (78.6%) said “yes”, particularly in the areas of flexible work practices.  Employers also get a good review in terms of providing paid maternity or parental leave, and clear policies and procedures for working parents.   It appears Australian employers can still do better in the areas of pay rises and promotions being given to working parents and more specifically child care rebates or subsidies. Respondents also made comments on the need for more general understanding of a person’s cring responsibilities such as not being able to ‘stay back after hours’.  Some respondents indicated that they were made to feel grateful or guilty for working part-time and are often expected to fit a 5 day work week into 3 days.” stated Celeste Kirby-Brown, Sales and Marketing Director of Parents At Work and author of the report.   Respondents had many excellent ideas for addressing the issues of flexible work practices including: 1.       Employers allowing “Complete flexibility regarding working hours, my job can be done anytime from anywhere, should just be about results and not just hours in the office.” 2.       “…the measurements for success fairly realigned for my part time hours.” 3.       “Having my job returned to me instead of being expected to go to a different site for a different position.”  There are certainly good news stories for working parents in terms of their experience of work.  This respondent stated, “My employer is brilliant when it comes to being a working dad.  I have flexible working locations, home or office and for the most part can prioritise family over work when there are important family events happening.”   About the 2017 Working Families Report The report was compiled from a group of 324 working parents and was run for the month of April 2017.  It was completely anonymous and asked questions on the following: 1.       Gender 2.       Participation in paid work 3.       Living with a partner 4.       The partner’s participation in paid work 5.       Use of formal and informal child care 6.       Unfair treatment by employers during pregnancy, during leave or whilst returning to work 7.       Support given by employers to working families 8.       Support given by the Federal Government to working families   The Parents At Work working families survey provided a unique opportunity for everyday Australian parents to be heard on key issues that impact their career and family life.   You can download your free copy of the working families report here. Alexander Mann Solutions is named a “Leader” in Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) by Everest Group 2017-04-20T00:23:21Z alexander-mann-solutions-is-named-a-leader-in-recruitment-process-outsourcing-rpo-by-everest-group “For years, business leaders around the world have identified talent as one of – if not the – most important contributors to creating a sustainably successful organisation,” says Rosaleen Blair, Founder and CEO of Alexander Mann Solutions. “Every day, we work with some of the world’s leading global brands to help them identify, engage and secure the talent they need to win in their industries. We combine rigorous processes with advanced technology and a personal passion to deliver on behalf of our clients, and it’s an honour to be recognised by Everest Group as one of the profession’s leaders.”    Everest Group’s PEAK Matrix™ is the most trusted and fact-based analysis of service provider capabilities, covering over 50 different market segments each year. To arrive at the 2017 results, the PEAK Matrix™ evaluated more than 20 RPO providers by their scale, scope, technology and innovation, as well as delivery footprint and buyer satisfaction.   “Alexander Mann Solutions is a pioneer among pure-play RPO providers, and today is better positioned than most of its competitors to deliver large, global engagements,” said Arkadev Basak, RPO Practice Director at Everest Group. “Significant investments in North America have helped the company win several large deals in that highly competitive market.  Meanwhile, the combination of its RPO experience and its specialised consulting practice – Talent Collective – has enabled Alexander Mann Solutions build a reputation as both a responsive and innovative talent acquisition partner to its clients.”   Everest Group cited Alexander Mann Solutions’ global delivery capability – as well as its offshore and nearshore service centres – as key enablers to delivering multi-country, multi-continent RPO engagements. While Europe is its strongest market, Everest Group highlighted that Alexander Mann Solutions has good capabilities in Asia Pacific as well, especially in the critical markets of Australia, Hong Kong, and Singapore. In addition, Everest Group noted the company’s strong orientation towards innovation across the talent acquisition lifecycle, including its sourcing, employer branding, and candidate experience capabilities. Buyers see Alexander Mann Solutions as a strategic partner which is also innovative and responsive to buyer’s needs.   Learn more by accessing the Everest Group’s full report: “Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) - Service Provider Landscape with PEAK Matrix™ Assessment 2017” Dell Boomi Partners with CRM Online to Automate Data Integration for Field Services Firms 2017-04-18T00:37:33Z dell-boomi-partners-with-crm-online-to-automate-data-integration-for-field-services-firms Sydney, Australia – Apr. 18, 2017 – Leading cloud-based integration platform provider, Dell Boomi, has partnered with Australian field service software provider, CRM Online, to provide local enterprises and mid-market organisations with a simple integration solution for critical business systems and applications. As part of the agreement, CRM Online will combine Boomi’s integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) with its Fieldmagic field service solution. This will provide to joint customers a simple means of integrating field services data – such as customer information, invoicing, purchase orders and payment data – with their on-premises and cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems. “A major challenge with implementing field services software is integration into accounting or ERP platforms – particularly for larger on-premises deployments,” said Glenn Richmond, Founder and CEO, CRM Online. “Without a dedicated integration solution, field services organisations rely on manual processes which give way to human error, duplication, and risk to data integrity. Boomi enhances our Fieldmagic solution by providing a drag-and-drop, cloud-based mechanism that enables automated enterprise integration with a wide range of best-of-breed systems.” Unlike competing platforms that often require complex on-premises software installations even prior to designing integrations, Boomi’s architecture provides out-of-the-box connectors for major ERP solutions, and allows organisations to scale based on their unique business requirements. Dell Boomi significantly accelerates delivery, increases the robustness and lowers cost of implementation of any ERP integration with Fieldmagic. “The combination of CRM Online’s Fieldmagic and our iPaaS solution provides joint customers with a ‘quick and easy’ yet comprehensive way to centralise critical systems and applications,” said Michael Evans, Managing Director Asia-Pacific and Japan, Dell Boomi. “This means organisations can use the best-of-breed technologies they want while also ensuring the wider business is properly aligned. This is particularly important for large and diverse organisations which don’t want to be held hostage by inflexible and rigid environments.” About Fieldmagic Fieldmagic is a leading field services platform that combines the flexibility of CRM with quoting, job management, scheduling, maintenance and asset management to provide a leading end to end solution for field service organisations. Visit http://www.fieldmagic.co for more information. About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi (Boomi), an independent business unit of Dell, accelerates business agility by integrating the information organizations need whenever and however they need it. The Boomi integration platform dramatically transforms the way organizations connect, create, manage and govern all their applications and data. As a result, more than 5,300 organizations of all sizes use the Boomi platform to run smarter, faster, and better. Boomi also helps customers drastically reduce implementation times and offers substantial cost savings over traditional integration, MDM, API management and workflow automation solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © 2017 Boomi Inc. Dell and Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Teachers Mutual Bank Integrates Major Digital Transformation Strategy with Dell Boomi 2017-04-11T01:00:00Z teachers-mutual-bank-integrates-major-digital-transformation-strategy-with-dell-boomi Sydney, Australia – Apr 11, 2017 – Dell Boomi™ (Boomi), the number one integration cloud provider, announced that Teachers Mutual Bank (TMB) is using the Boomi integration platform as part of its multi-year, multi-million-dollar digital transformation strategy. With Boomi’s integration platform-as-a-service (iPaaS), TMB has created a flexible, enterprise-wide data environment that links its core customer management system and extensible services layer with its internal processes. This has boosted TMB’s competitiveness against Tier 1 banks by connecting multiple capabilities, and enabled it to quickly and easily capitalise on new technologies, including innovations in fintech. Boomi has also provided TMB the critical capability to connect to the latest third party fintech developments. The Bank has already engaged with Spriggy (a prepaid Visa card for children controlled through a mobile app) and is considering personal financial management applications that will deliver additional secure, customer service capabilities to its members. These powerful automation capabilities within the Boomi platform have resulted in reduced operating costs for the Bank, and cost savings are expected to increase significantly as Boomi is integrates further to the core banking systems and processes, including planned integration of Business Process Management toolsets to streamline all banking operations. The Boomi project is the final piece of TMB’s wider digital strategy through which it overhauled its customer service capabilities. Recognising the need to provide an omni-channel, mobile-first experience, the Bank developed a digital roadmap in 2013; since commencement, the initiative has encompassed multiple deployments supported by significant investment budgets. This included connectivity to manage third party management campaigns, EDW inbound data feeds from cloud based data sources and SMS integration with webforms for new brand opportunities, among other initiatives. As well as allowing TMB to maximise value from existing investment, the Boomi platform supports merger activity and expansion objectives by providing a means to quickly plug new businesses into existing operations. “When we kicked off our long-term digital project, it was clear that mobile platforms were going to be the prominent platform-of-choice for our members’ interactions with the Bank,” said David Chapman, Chief Information Officer at TMB. “In particular, we correctly anticipated that integration best-of-breed apps from third party developers would provide the best platform to deliver omni-channel experiences on customers’ terms.” “Once we modernised our environment through the introduction of these best-of-breed apps, we needed the critical component to tie all that data together on an ongoing basis. We selected Boomi for its powerful cloud-based and user-friendly integration software so that we can ensure that all data is accurate and up-to-date no matter where it is accessed.” “The financial services sector is hotly contested, with banks under pressure to meet increasingly-demanding customer expectations,” said Michael Evans, Managing Director Asia-Pacific and Japan at Dell Boomi. “By leveraging the cloud to connect its customer services platform with leading apps which customers rely on a day-to-day basis, Teachers Mutual Bank can continue to create uniquely tailored and flexible customer experiences.” About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi (Boomi), an independent business unit of Dell, accelerates business agility by integrating the information organizations need whenever and however they need it. The Boomi integration platform dramatically transforms the way organizations connect, create, manage and govern all their applications and data. As a result, more than 5,300 organizations of all sizes use the Boomi platform to run smarter, faster, better. Boomi also helps customers drastically reduce implementation times and offers substantial cost savings over traditional integration, MDM, API management and workflow automation solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © Dell and Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. New look RIBreport set to revolutionise staffing industry 2017-04-05T06:37:04Z new-look-ribreport-set-to-revolutionise-staffing-industry Leading global specialist recruiters first to roll out real-time business intelligence platform for staffing professionals The staffing sector is set for a shake up when the Recruitment Industry Benchmarking report (RIBreport) goes global with its online business diagnostics tool. Since 2004, RIBreport has provided more than 200 staffing firms with a monthly, unbiased perspective on the health of their business. This has included bespoke insights into sales, expenditure, profitability, productivity and more. Now, ahead of the official rebranding and global launch of its interactive platform, named Staffing Industry Metrics, director Nigel Harse is pleased to announce Gattaca PLC is the first public company to deploy the dashboards across 41 operations in 14 countries. “We’ve created an online business intelligence platform giving staffing firms access to real-time data, industry trends and instant peer group comparisons,” Nigel said. “It’s been a 14-year labour of love to build a platform that empowers everyone to see and understand their data with a click. Gattaca is a firm recognised for its pursuit of excellence and is a leading provider of specialist global recruitment services to the engineering and technology industries. “It is the first global firm to hold a mirror up to its profits, expenditure and team performance, and then willing to see how it compares to the market, which shows the readiness of our industry to evolve, based on the facts.” Brian Wilkinson, Gattaca CEO, said his business strives to create an environment where the management team have the business intelligence they need to do the best job for its customers. “These dynamic industry specific management dashboards will augment our ability to do this,” he said. “We hope to see more recruitment firms take advantage of the system’s benchmarking functionality in order to more easily and accurately track relative business performance here in the UK and around the world.” While SIM revolutionise how CEO’s, like Brian, track and understand their business metrics, the easy-to-use tool can also be tailored to: Arm chief financial officers with the tactical data they need to gain better control of all income and expenditure; Show branch and general managers how to use their results to educate, motivate and elevate team performance and engagement; and Keep board members and executives up-to-date with current industry insights so they can track strategy developments and make better informed decisions. Martin Yalden, group financial controller at Gattaca, added: “The power of this reporting has elevated my organisation above the constraints of traditional financial reporting, enabling my users to quickly access and analyse data via their own individual dashboards.” About Staffing Industry Metrics: In the coming weeks, SIM will officially launch the world-first online business intelligence platform giving industry professionals 24/7 access to more than 50 key metrics. SIM’s global reach will give members of international firms the ability to simultaneously log on from any device, access and securely share real-time data. Measuring performance, growth and financial management efficiencies from branch level to the boardroom has never been easier. Watch this space. Enquiries to: Nigel Harse, nigel@staffingindustrymetrics.com    Geoscape Offers World-First Decision Making Capabilities to Australian Organisations 2017-04-04T22:57:33Z geoscape-offers-world-first-decision-making-capabilities-to-australian-organisations Locate17 – Sydney, Australia – 5th April, 2017: PSMA Australia, a provider of the nation’s location datasets, today officially launched its award-winning innovation in location intelligence, Geoscape. In a world-first, Geoscape enables Australian organisations to make better decisions using location-based insights that were previously too costly or time consuming for most businesses to access. This is the first time location information and data analytics have been combined and made available in this way, on a national level. PSMA also confirmed the much-anticipated Sydney dataset will be released on 5th April, 2017, with the national rollout due for completion by early 2018. To download a sample of Geoscape, visit: www.geoscape.com.au/get-geoscape/ “Geoscape is a breakthrough in location-based intelligence that provides essential infrastructure for Australia’s digital economy, and puts Australia on the world map as a leader in this technology,” said Dan Paull, PSMA’s Chief Executive Officer. “As a business intelligence tool, Geoscape gives organisations the opportunity to improve services and increase revenue through evidence-based decision making. It will be used by governments to improve Australia’s future planning, development and management, including everything from building smarter cities to keeping people safe during fires, floods and other natural disasters. There’s also a vast range of applications in the private sector, with particular interest coming from the telecommunications, insurance and utilities sectors.” DigitalGlobe, Inc. (NYSE: DGI), the global leader in Earth imagery and information about our changing planet, uses a range of geospatial technologies to deliver core components of the Geoscape dataset. By connecting the world's highest quality commercial satellite imagery and an ecosystem of analytics partners on the Geospatial Big Data platform (GBDX), DigitalGlobe is able to automatically and accurately extract many types of features about the built environment at continental scale. "The convergence of high-resolution satellite imagery, cloud computing, and machine learning technologies has created some incredibly exciting opportunities for organisations to analyse man-made and natural environments at country and continent scales more quickly and efficiently than ever before,” said Dr. Walter Scott, DigitalGlobe Founder, CTO, and EVP. “We are proud to partner with PSMA Australia to harness these innovations and create a digital index of Australia’s built environment that will benefit a wide range of industries, including business intelligence, insurance, and telecommunications.” How Geoscape works PSMA has collaborated with DigitalGlobe to create the Geoscape dataset, which uses a combination of satellite imagery, crowdsourcing and machine learning to capture attributes of the built environment and link each building to a geocoded address. Organisations can see and analyse this data to gain new insights and improve the way they plan and operate. The data includes building footprints and heights, roof construction, land cover, tree heights, the presence of solar panel installations and swimming pools, and more. The data can be visualised using mapping platforms and 3D modelling tools. New opportunities for enhanced service delivery As Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystems evolve and smart cities become a reality, Geoscape can underpin them by linking a wide range of information generated about the lifecycle of the built environment. Data from a rich mesh of sensors can be tied to a location, an address, a legal land parcel and an area, ranging from a single building, to a few streets, to a planning zone or a region. Geoscape creates a wide range of opportunities for improved service delivery including in: Risk management (flood modelling, fire risk modelling, wind impact assessment) Geoscape provides information about the size and roof construction of buildings, their proximity to vegetation and other buildings and a model of terrain to support the assessment of risk. Market assessment For businesses providing property related services Geoscape provides information about buildings, solar panel installations, swimming pools, roofing material, surfaces and vegetation. Telecommunications Geoscape supports the rollout of wi-fi and 5G networks by providing a model of the terrain and information on the shape and heights of buildings and tree cover to support blackspot analysis. Natural disaster impact assessment Preliminary post-event assessment of the likely impact of natural disasters on building infrastructure and vegetation. Valuations Provides building sizes, number, roofing information, vegetation location, heights and basic land use for the valuation process. How Pitney Bowes uses Geoscape Pitney Bowes has been a partner of PSMA Australia for over 15 years. Geoscape is the main dataset used by Pitney Bowes to create its GeoVision product. The data captured in Geoscape is taken and combined with Pitney Bowes location intelligence platforms to create unique and leading edge solutions, which are capturing world-wide recognition. For more information, please see a case study www.geoscape.com.au/showcase/. Australia's ground-breaking Geoscape is rolling out, region by region, across Australia. For progress on the national rollout of Geoscape, view the release schedule at www.geoscape.com.au/rollout/. Download your free trial To download a sample of Geoscape to see how it could be used in your organisation, visit www.geoscape.com.au/get-geoscape/ Want to know more? If you’re interested in speaking with PSMA to learn more about Geoscape, you may visit them at Booth 110 and 112 at Locate17 or contact marketing@psma.com.au. For more information: www.geoscape.com.au/ About PSMA Australia PSMA Australia’s goal is to facilitate broad and sustainable access to high-quality location data by offering foundational national spatial information derived from the authoritative data sources of Australia’s federal, state and territory governments and private sector partners. PSMA was formed by the governments of Australia in 1993 to collate, transform and deliver their location data as national datasets. An unlisted company limited by shares, PSMA is owned by all the governments of Australia. As an independent and self-funded business, PSMA is able to collaborate beyond government to drive innovation and provide fundamental infrastructure for a digital world. For more information visit: www.psma.com.au/ About DigitalGlobe DigitalGlobe is a leading provider of commercial high-resolution earth observation and advanced geospatial solutions that help decision makers better understand our changing planet to save lives, resources and time. Sourced from the world's leading constellation, DigitalGlobe’s imagery solutions deliver unmatched coverage and capacity to meet its customers' most demanding mission requirements. Each day customers in defence and intelligence, public safety, civil agencies, map making and analysis, environmental monitoring, oil and gas exploration, infrastructure management and navigation technology, and providers of location-based services depend on DigitalGlobe data, information, technology and expertise to gain actionable insight. For more information visit: www.digitalglobe.com/ Media Contact: Kate Donnelly Spectrum Group psma@spectrumgroup.is +61 2 9469 5700 Dell Boomi Acquires ManyWho 2017-03-17T01:29:32Z dell-boomi-acquires-manywho ROUND ROCK, Texas, Mar. 16, 2017 – Dell Boomi™ (Boomi) announced it has completed a transaction to acquire ManyWho™, a unified cloud and low-code development platform. ManyWho simplifies workflow automation and allows businesses and developers to turn business processes into rich software applications to connect employees, customers and core systems. Workflow automation is a critical need for modern businesses and organizations pursuing digital transformation and IT modernization. Adding the ManyWho low-code capabilities to Boomi’s market-leading integration platform accelerates the company’s ability to deliver workflow automation to customers on a unified platform, something no other company can match. The acquisition unlocks the ability for businesses to maximize best-of-breed cloud applications, driving efficiency, increasing time to value and building a competitive advantage. With the addition of ManyWho, the Boomi platform provides customers with the enabling technology to address the challenges of Hybrid IT. Now, the platform allows businesses to connect, manage data changes, ensure data quality and re-establish efficient business processes across your IT landscape. Boomi is the world’s leading cloud integration platform. ManyWho is rethinking the way businesses manage workflow automation. Together, the Boomi platform offers the only solution where customers can move, manage, govern and automate data and processes in a unified way. “Both Boomi and ManyWho were born in the cloud and are cloud native. Without an on-premises legacy to manage, Boomi provides instant access to services with no installation, effortless and automatic software upgrades and crowd-sourced ease-of-use to achieve short time-to-value,” said Chris McNabb, CEO of Boomi. “Boomi plus ManyWho brings world class integration together with leading cloud workflow automation. This combination provides our customers with a connected workflow which is key to an efficient and differentiated business.” “Boomi is a perfect fit for ManyWho. Both companies are committed to delivering innovative ways to help companies move fast, be nimble and collaborate at scale,” said Steve Wood, co-founder of ManyWho. “Joining Boomi allows ManyWho to scale quickly, offering businesses the end-to-end integration solution they need to drive Digital Transformation.’’ ManyWho was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. Boomi plans to keep ManyWho’s employees and existing operations, and will continue to invest in additional engineering, channel, marketing, professional services, support and sales capability to grow this business. To learn more about how these new Boomi workflow features can help your business or see a demonstration, please visit: www.boomi.com/workflow. About ManyWho ManyWho is an agile, enterprise-level, cloud-based, application development platform. Agility doesn’t have to mean compromise however – ManyWho builds social, mobile (including offline) and real-time applications that can run on any desktop or mobile device, operating system or platform. Headquartered in San Francisco and with a presence in Exeter, UK, ManyWho is revolutionizing the world of business process effectiveness by helping corporations get the best out of their existing applications and investments. About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi (Boomi), an independent business unit of Dell, accelerates business agility by integrating the information organizations need whenever and however they need it. The Boomi integration platform dramatically transforms the way organizations connect, create, manage and govern all their applications and data. As a result, more than 5,300 organizations of all sizes use the Boomi platform to run smarter, faster, better. Boomi also helps customers drastically reduce implementation times and offers substantial cost savings over traditional integration, MDM and API management solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © Dell and Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. ManyWho is a trademark of Boomi Inc., a Dell subsidiary. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. # # # LiveHire launches into Education industry with two new Cornerstone Clients 2017-02-14T02:32:23Z livehire-launches-into-education-industry-with-two-new-cornerstone-clients ASX Release Key Highlights ·         Two Cornerstone Clients, Laureate Universities International and TAFE Queensland, sign with LiveHire and launch Talent Communities in 2017. ·         The successful launch of these two Cornerstone Clients opens the Education industry to LiveHire, employing 975,000 people (Source: ABS Nov 2016). ·         Laureate, a listed company on the NASDAQ (NASDAQ: LAUR), employs 50,000 people globally and provides services to 1 million students. ·         Laureate’s Talent Community will commence in Australia, enabling 100% proactive recruitment across the whole organisation (1,550 full time employees). ·         Laureate plans to subsequently launch a Talent Community for all students and alumni, to follow the alumni’s employability post-graduation, opening a new and valuable application of the LiveHire ecosystem. ·         TAFE Queensland further strengthens LiveHire’s growth in the public sector, alongside Alfred Health. ·         TAFE Queensland Brisbane Talent Community has been launched across the whole organisation (1,200 FTEs), providing a strong growth channel into the six divisions of TAFE Queensland (4,173 employees servicing 120,000 students). ·         LiveHire clients grow Talent Communities to an optimal size of 5-10 times the number of employees and pay $0.50 per individual Talent Community Connection (TCC) per month.   Melbourne, 14th February 2017: LiveHire Limited (ASX: LVH), the Talent Community platform empowering the flow of talent through organisations, shifting recruitment from reactive to 100% proactive, is pleased to announce two additional Cornerstone Clients, Laureate Universities International (“Laureate”) and TAFE Queensland Brisbane.   The successful signing of Laureate and TAFE Queensland Brisbane are significant milestones as they help: 1.    Cornerstone LiveHire’s entry into the Education vertical, an annual recruitment market estimated at over $624 million[1] and growing; 2.    Further strengthen LiveHire’s growth into the public sector, the largest employer in Australia and one where significant hiring productivity can be gained; 3.    Establish the LiveHire platform with an additional global client who has significant cost and time savings to be realised from a shift to 100% proactive recruitment; and 4.    Open the LiveHire platform to future significant upside growth in TCC, by introducing a channel of students, graduates and alumni. Industry leaders, such as Laureate and TAFE Queensland Brisbane, launching Live Talent Communities, result in a critical mass of the Education and Training industry workforce receiving invitations to join the LiveHire Ecosystem. This creates an industry standard for digital talent profiles, and a network effect that paves the way for more talent and companies to easily join and connect. The signing, implementation and launching of Cornerstone Clients such as Laureate and TAFE Queensland is a key pillar to growing LiveHire’s key performance metric of Talent Community Connections (TCCs). LiveHire clients grow Talent Communities to an optimal size of 5-10 times the number of employees and pay $0.50 per individual Talent Community Connection (TCC) per month. LiveHire has now successfully expanded its Cornerstone strategy to three industry verticals: Retail, Healthcare and Education, spanning both public and private sectors.  About the Education and Training Sector in Australia The education sector is one of the largest employers in Australia (Top 5 industry by total employed persons), growing at an accelerated rate (Top 3 industry by growth rate), well above the Australian overall employment growth figure. Education in Australia is a $20 billion a year industry, employing approximately 975,000 people, 8.1% of the total working population. Additionally, the latest figures from ABS firm up education's position as Australia's third-largest export after coal and iron ore, as well as its position as the largest services export, well ahead of tourism. Education is clearly one of the five key super-growth sectors that will support Australia’s transitioning economy into the next decade. About Laureate Universities International Laureate’s network of more than 70 campus-based and online universities in 25 countries offers undergraduate and graduate degree programs to over one million students worldwide. Laureate is the largest global network of degree-granting higher education institutions, and their students are part of a diverse, international community that spans the Americas, Europe, Africa, Asia and the Middle East. Laureates institutions offer undergraduate, master’s and doctoral degree programs in fields such as business and management, medical and health sciences, engineering, information technology, architecture, education, law, communications and hospitality management.  Laureate is a Public Benefit Corporation, a relatively new class of corporations that are required by law to create a general public benefit through a material, positive impact on society.  About TAFE Queensland Brisbane TAFE Queensland Brisbane is where over 40,000 local and international students get their world-class education and training each year. Practical, hands-on classes combined with state-of-the-art facilities and purpose-built learning areas make them a standout amongst training providers, with many of their facilities being acknowledged by industry as amongst the best in Australia. For more information: Simon Hinsley Investor Relations                      simonh@livehire.com          +61 401 809 653   Subscribe to LiveHire investor updates: http://eepurl.com/b2EMFL About LiveHire LiveHire is a productivity and collaboration platform for talent management that delivers a proactive sourcing and internal mobility solution called Live Talent Communities. The platform makes managing the flow of talent into and through businesses seamless, delivering value through perfect visibility of existing employees, and shifting recruitment of new talent from reactive to proactive, reducing time and cost to hire, with an unrivalled candidate experience. Founded in 2011, LiveHire is an Australian company headquartered in Melbourne, with offices also in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth.  www.livehire.com www.livehire.com/investor  Disclaimer This announcement contains “forward-looking statements.” These can be identified by words such as “may”, “should”, “anticipate”, “believe”, “intend”, “estimate”, and “expect”. Statements which are not based on historic or current facts may by forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are based on: ·          assumptions regarding the Company’s financial position, business strategies, plans and objectives of management for future operations and development and the environment in which the Company will operate; and ·          current views, expectations and beliefs as at the date they are expressed and which are subject to various risks and uncertainties.   Actual results, performance or achievements of the Company could be materially different from those expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements. The forward-looking statements contained within the presentations are not guarantees or assurances of future performance and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors, many of which are beyond the control of the Company, which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to differ materially from those expressed or implied by forward-looking statements. For example, the factors that are likely to affect the results of the Company include general economic conditions in Australia and globally; exchange rates; competition in the markets in which the Company does and will operate; weather and climate conditions; and the inherent regulatory risks in the businesses of the Company. The forward-looking statements contained in this announcement should not be taken as implying that the assumptions on which the projections have been prepared are correct or exhaustive.  The Company disclaims any responsibility for the accuracy or completeness of any forward-looking statement. The Company disclaims any responsibility to update or revise any forward-looking to reflect any change in the Company’s financial condition, status or affairs or any change in the events, conditions or circumstances on which a statement is based, except as required by law.  The projections or forecasts included in this presentation have not been audited, examined or otherwise reviewed by the independent auditors of the Company.  You must not place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements.   [1] Total recruitment costs for education industry in Australia calculated as total workforce of 975,000 employed workers x 16% churn rate (AHRI Turnover and Retention Report 2016) x $4,000 average cost to hire (conservative USD4,000 cost per hire – LinkedIn Global Recruiting Trends 2016) = $624,000,000.  Businesses Take Note: Less Than Half of Employees Say They Have the Right Technology to Do Their Jobs 2017-02-14T02:05:35Z businesses-take-note-less-than-half-of-employees-say-they-have-the-right-technology-to-do-their-jobs Sydney, Australia, 14 February 2017 ‒ Oracle Corporation (NYSE: ORCL) released a Global Engagement Study today that includes feedback from nearly 5,000 full-time employees at organisations with 250 or more employees. The study indicated that equipping employees with the latest technology, having accessible leaders and strong company values are important factors that ultimately reflect an employee’s success or failure within the company. Digital Enablement Technology is enabling companies to connect with employees in more ways than ever to create a more modern and customised learning experience. However, findings from the study indicate low marks when it comes to companies capitalising on this—only 49 percent of respondents say that their company uses the latest technology to enable them to effectively perform in their role. “The all-digital world is changing how we live, how we work and how business is conducted,” said Yazad Dalal, Head of Human Capital Management (HCM), Oracle APAC. “Gone are the days when the workplace was merely a physical space that employees occupied between 9am to 5pm. The separation between professional and personal lives has dissolved through the use of mobile devices, changing work patterns, and the change in attitude towards work by employees and employers. It is undeniable that employees are digital consumers first. We believe the employee experience must match the consumer experience, at a minimum.”Leadership The findings also express that a strong presence in leadership is the backbone for an employee feeling satisfied and engaged. The study indicates that productivity starts with on-boarding - across Asia Pacific, employees are unsatisfied with the process, with only 48 percent agreeing  that company on-boarding practices set them up for growth and success. Not only are managers the first impressions of a company during on-boarding, but they are also the first example of direction for the new worker. Only 49 percent of those polled viewed their leaders as visible and approachable and less than half  expressed that they have confidence in their leadership, indicating a lack of partnership between management and employees.  “Your new hire has already made the decision to stay or go within the first 14 days of employment,” said Dalal. “That means that these first 14 days are pivotal to building rapport with the company and management. First impressions matter and leaders need to be accessible. Don’t stop communication once your new hire has signed on. You must continue to invest with a great on-boarding experience and career plan that aligns with personal goals and values of the employee.  Both short and long term, this will ultimately lead to a more productive and engaged employee that wants to stay.” Additionally, this study included key indicators for a healthy leadership to employee relationship: ·      Set examples of how best to communicate with those working under you ·      Remain extremely accessible so that people feel connected to company goals ·      Be actively involved in the working lives of new employees from the day they start ·      Use technology and digital experiences to stay in touch with team membersValues, Culture & Reward What’s more, companies are now seeing that like-minded values between the employee and the company play a huge role in employee engagement. Only  46 percent say that their company is concerned about their overall well-being—indicating that working towards a personally rewarding goal, while still upholding individual values can carry even more weight than monetary compensation. Company culture mirrors these sentiments as employees are most comfortable and productive within a creative, yet flexible workplace culture. While compensation is often seen to be connected to employee satisfaction, we are now seeing that individuals are more interested in joining companies that uphold their same personal values to gauge if they are a good fit. Whether it’s a more flexible work schedule, more volunteer or health & wellness opportunities, companies too should now be listening and connecting with employees in more ways that correlate with their personal well-being. For more information, view our infographic: http://www.oracle.com/us/products/applications/human-capital-management/oracle-employee-engagement-3563924.pdf, checklist: http://www.oracle.com/us/oracle-hcm-ge-checklist-v04-kr-3235888.pdf, and employee culture hub: https://www-sites.oracle.com/au/applications/human-capital-management/hcm-employee-culture-hub.html.About the Study Oracle collaborated with Kantar TNS (http://www.tnsglobal.com/) on The Global Engagement Study which surveyed nearly 5,000 full-time employees at organisations with 250 or more employees. The study encompassed a total of 4,706 interviews that captured opinions, feelings and experiences on a wide range of workplace factors including: culture, performance, tangible and intangible rewards, development and progression opportunities, experiences with collaboration technology, the impact of leadership and how employees feel in their current role. Percentages quoted are for those giving a top two box selection on a seven point agreement scale.   Australian Business Achieves World First in the area of Online Education 2017-01-23T03:41:22Z australian-business-achieves-world-first-in-the-area-of-online-education Parents At Work is pleased to announce a world-first – the release of an online course called Raising Toddlers.  This is the first course of its kind to be available online.    Aimed at supporting working parents through their unique challenges, Parents At Work provides a variety of online education and support programs.  The course Raising Toddlers is delivered by parenting experts Karitane, in a live webinar forum.  This means that participants can see and hear the presenter and contribute to the discussion no matter where they are across Australia.   Raising a Toddler can be a particularly challenging parenting task.  If you need convincing of this just ask any parent you know. You need to be on the top of your game to deal with issues like changes in your child’s behaviour and their fast changing needs.  What’s more, the entry into toddlerhood is often coupled with a parent’s return to work, and perhaps a new addition to the family in the form of a sibling.  This can be an unsettling time for both parents and toddlers as everyone adjusts to different routines in family and work life.   “We have received excellent comments from the attendees and are thrilled that we have been able to positively impact their relationship with their toddler.” States Emma Walsh, CEO of Parents At Work.    “I loved feeling like I wasn't alone, and that other parents were going through the same battles with their children.  Also the practical tips that I could take home and implement straight away.  We have seen such a wonderful improvement in the relationship between our child & us since trying out some techniques.  He's much more responsive and engaged with us.” Chantel Williams, Executive Assistant, CBA.   Throughout 2017 Parents At Work will release more new online courses for working parents.  These courses will include:   Teen Time: A four-part series explores the challenges and joys of parenting teenagers. It provides practical tips on how to navigate and support your family as a working parent. Balance & Wellbeing: This course provides you with practical ways to balance your daily demands as busy parents and professionals so that you can take your career and family wellbeing to a whole new level – one that is sustainable.     Media Contacts Emma WalshFounder and CEOParents At Workemma@parentsatwork.com.au0404 093 082Celeste Kirby-BrownDirector of Sales and MarketingParents At Workceleste@parentsatwork.com.au0412 626 416 'Continuous Change' is an Australian (and global) workplace trend here to stay 2017-01-23T01:38:28Z continuous-change-is-an-australian-and-global-workplace-trend-here-to-stay Parents At Work is pleased to release the 2017 Workplace Trend Report.  The world of work is not dissimilar to the greater world around us and is changing at staggering speed.  We thought that it was important to give our key insights into what the workplace will look like for both employers and employees in 2017.  This knowledge and insights will help those attempting to make workplace changes in 2017 - either for themselves or for those around them. The report is a well researched document filled with valuable information for HR professionals, people managers and others interested in understanding what the world of work will hold for them in 2017.By downloading the trend report the reader will learn: The 5 Top Workplace Trends of 2017 The factors making these trends happen The key themes you will see in the workplace in 2017 Two of the key themes for 2017The report writer predicts that two key themes we will continue to see in workplaces in 2017 include that of 'Increasing Diversity' and 'Continuous Change'.  It goes into more detail on these themes giving examples of them in workplaces.  It also speaks to the top 5 workplace trends we will see in 2017 which in themselves are examples of the greater themes of 'Increased Diversity' and 'Continuous Change'.  More about 'Increasing Diversity'"We are seeing an increasingly diverse workforce from the perspective of gender, age, ethnicity, sexual orientation and place of birth. It is predicted that this will continue into the near future." states the reports author Celeste Kirby-Brown.  The report goes into more detail about the impact of workplaces in 2017. Media ContactsPlease do download the 2017 Workplace Trend Report and read it for yourself.  If you would like to speak to a media contact in person about the report please contact:Emma WalshFounder and CEOParents At Workemma@parentsatwork.com.au0404 093 082Celeste Kirby-BrownDirector of Sales and MarketingParents At Workceleste@parentsatwork.com.au0412 626 416 Dell Boomi Names VP of Business Development to Expand Global Partner Channel 2017-01-19T02:39:59Z dell-boomi-names-vp-of-business-development-to-expand-global-partner-channel ROUND ROCK, Texas--Dell Boomi (Boomi) today announced that it has appointed David Tavolaro as its vice president of business development. Tavolaro is responsible for advancing Boomi’s fast-growing global partner channel, which has grown more than fifty percent in the last year. His appointment reflects Boomi’s commitment to strengthen its channel to support growing global demand for its award-winning integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) to help organizations rapidly and cost-effectively integrate data across applications in hybrid IT environments of cloud-based and legacy on-premises systems. In this role, Tavolaro heads up Boomi’s go-to-market strategy and execution across a partner network of independent software vendors (ISVs), global systems integrators (GSIs) and regional IT consultancies, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and referral partners. “The channel is in our DNA and has been a vital part of our success to date. We believe it will be an accelerator for growth as Boomi expands globally,” said Will Corkery, Boomi VP of worldwide sales and business development. “David’s deep industry and operational experience, combined with growing global demand for iPaaS cloud integration will help further Boomi’s position as the number one integration cloud for companies of all sizes.” Tavolaro brings to Boomi more than two decades of sales, channel and executive management leadership experience in the enterprise software and services industry. Prior to Boomi, Tavolaro served for nearly 11 years as vice president, sales, at the systems integration and technology management firm Anexinet. Before that, he held senior-level positions at Computer Sciences Corporation, DataChannel, Actium and Accenture. “Boomi has revolutionized integration in the cloud. Its ability to connect cloud platforms, software-as-a-service applications, and on-premises systems is unprecedented,” Tavolaro said. “I’m thrilled to join Boomi and contribute to its advancement and leadership in the fast-growing iPaaS market. Using the Boomi platform, forward-thinking partners will capitalize on an incredible opportunity to power digital transformation for their customers to drive innovation and help them leapfrog the competition.” About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi delivers the first and only multi-purpose PaaS for AtomSphere integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), Master Data Management (MDM) and API Management, and enables 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, MDM, and API management solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © Dell and Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others. Kordia Solutions Australia Sees Significant Business Benefits from Dell Boomi Cloud-Based Integration 2017-01-17T01:00:00Z kordia-solutions-australia-sees-significant-business-benefits-from-dell-boomi-cloud-based-integration Sydney, Australia – Jan. 17, 2017 – Dell Boomi has announced that Kordia Solutions Australia has transformed its internal processes and customer services delivery capabilities using Boomi’s AtomSphere integration platform as a service (iPaaS). The alignment of data across key ERP and warehouse platforms has resulted in significant cost savings for the business. Kordia is a communications, cyber security, broadcast and infrastructure services provider which operates in both Australia and New Zealand. Following a period of significant business expansion – and with renewed focus on providing innovative digital customer service solutions – Kordia Solutions Australia recognised its former business processes were not operating to optimum performance levels. Previously, Kordia Solutions Australia’s core platform which is responsible for finances, warehouse management and customer interactions was not connected with the wider ecosystem, and therefore unable to transfer data in real-time – this meant there was potential for misalignment of records. As part of a comprehensive digital business transformation to create seamless data flow throughout the organisation, Kordia Solutions Australia identified the need for effective integration that would allow in-house applications, SAP and cloud-based applications to share data and create visibility for all employees and end users. In doing so, Kordia was able to reduce the cost of data reconciliation under its former processes. Kordia Solutions Australia selected Boomi for its powerful and scalable cloud-based integration capabilities, as well as the simplicity of the platform. Alternative platforms were developer-focused and required the deployment of additional resources which would generate additional costs. “With a new digital customer strategy in place, we implemented Boomi to help provide the ‘software glue’ between our network and applications to manage secure access to, and exchange of, information amongst our staff and customers located throughout Australia,” said Mark O’Dwyer, General Manager IT, Kordia Solutions Australia. “Boomi has delivered direct and measurable benefits; we now have peace of mind in knowing our data is up to date and accurate across integrated systems, allowing us to connect with customers and partners, improving time-to-value externally.” “Boomi was attractive because there was no requirement to hire and engage developers, and no dedicated resources were needed to complete the implementation. Training existing staff to use Boomi was simple because the platform is configurable through visual design and inbuilt connectors, making it significantly easier to understand,” said O’Dwyer. Kordia implemented Boomi AtomSphere with support from Boomi partner and integration specialist, WDCi Group, which was engaged from the start of the project to aid the design and deployment process. WDCi ensured the roll-out was simple due to its expertise in integrating to SAP and experience with web services, file and database application vendors. “Lacking complete visibility across an organisation’s in-house applications can result in significant unexpected costs, particularly for companies that manage large stock levels,” said Michael Evans, Managing Director Asia-Pacific and Japan, Dell Boomi. “By integrating systems via Boomi AtomSphere, Kordia Solutions Australia has streamlined its environment to ensure that data is effectively synchronised and readily available so that employees can provide services to their customers without delay while costs are kept down.” About Dell Boomi Dell Boomi delivers the first and only multi-purpose PaaS for AtomSphere integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), Master Data Management (MDM) and API Management, and enables 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, MDM and API management solutions. Visit http://www.boomi.com for more information. © Dell, Dell Boomi are trademarks of Dell Inc. Dell disclaims any proprietary interest in the marks and names of others.