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IntegrationWorks partners with Dell Boomi for Govt iPaaS

21 Sep 2016

IntegrationWorks has partnered up with integration cloud platform Dell Boomi to provide the government with an integration platform-as-a-service offering.

The solution is designed to allow government agencies and private enterprises to connect any combination of cloud or on-premises applications.

IntegrationWorks specialises in integration strategy, architecture and devOps for both on-premise, hybrid or cloud-based environments across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.

The company has an extensive history of developing innovative integration platforms for enterprises and government agencies throughout New Zealand. Working with Dell Boomi, IntegrationWorks is launching a self-service integration platform designed to alleviate the complexity surrounding traditional integration projects, which are typically lengthy and resource-consuming.

“We saw a major need in the market to develop shareable connectors for government and private enterprises across New Zealand,” says Grant McKeen, IntegrationWorks managing director.

“Leveraging the Dell Boomi AtomSphere platform was the obvious choice given its ease to deploy and exceptionally fast time-to-value,” he explains.

“In a thriving digital economy like New Zealand, a cloud-based integration solution customised through IntegrationWorks using the Dell Boomi platform enables rapid time-to-market for new digital channels,” McKeen explains.

“It also results in a significant reduction of errors, substantial cost savings and the ability to connect any application that is cloud-based, legacy, or on-premises,” he says.

Through its membership with the Stack Alliance, a group of ICT organisations led by cloud company, Revera, which provides services to the New Zealand government, IntegrationWorks will be able to implement the first iPaaS solution across government agencies in the country utilising the NZ Government-approved Revera Homeland Cloud platform.

To compete in the government enterprise market, McKeen says IntegrationWorks will also offer a solution to concerns around data sovereignty.

“We have developed a comprehensive integration strategy that allows for integration connectors to keep data within New Zealand borders, and only have the data transaction framework processed through the cloud,” McKeen says.

Michael Evans, managing director Asia-Pacific and Japan, Dell Boomi, says many of the systems that governments and enterprises rely on to deliver products and services to citizens and consumers remain disparate.

“Our partnership with IntegrationWorks provides a simple self-service platform so that data can be effectively managed and governed within the unique applications and policy frameworks used by these organisations,” he says.

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