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Creating Tomorrow’s Utility through Data-Driven Transformation Strategies

Energy and utility companies are striving to transform into more digital, data-driven organizations that focus on efficient and customer-centric operations. The costs, complexities, numerous tools, and skillsets required to integrate the avalanche of data in disparate legacy and cloud systems can be challenging to implement and maintain.

As a Multi-cloud Integration-Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) organization, Boomi, a Dell Technologies business, makes it easy to integrate your applications and refine their data for analysis and predictive model without the cost and complexity of traditional middleware or custom coding, resulting in the following benefits:
- Cut the time and cost of integration dramatically
- Implement integration projects in days or weeks, not months
- Gain real-time business insights across the business
This session will explore how a large U.S. Utility is achieving business transformation goals and business results leveraging Boomi.
Recorded Mar 23 2021 58 mins
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Russell Boyer (Dell Technologies) and Myles Suer, Lee Sobotkin, Ian Robertson (Dell Boomi)
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