Most organizations consider adopting Low-Code Integration as OPTIONAL and are hesitant to go forward with it. They continue to manage with custom integrations or leverage monolithic Legacy integration platforms in their enterprise. The Pandemic has uncovered vulnerabilities of the IT capabilities of such organizations. According to S&P Global, the disruptions have impacted industries across Manufacturing, Travel, Hospitality, Automotive, Retail, Logistics, Financial Services, and many others.
The year 2020 has taught companies that deprioritizing an Intelligent Integration strategy is a costly affair. Due to rigidness in custom coded integration and usage of legacy integration platforms, these companies have not responded to market demands. The impact has been so detrimental that many small to large businesses failed to survive.
As a Business or IT leader, if you have the right data at the right time, you can build the right strategy and operate with flexibility.
In this webinar, we will focus on:
- Integration challenges with heavyweight integration platforms
- Various types of Enterprise Integration needs
- How Boomi solves these integration challenges
- Best Practices & High-Level Designs for Salesforce, NetSuite, Oracle, SAP & Workday integrations
- Tips for adopting the right solution for data-driven businesses
- Customer Talk – Ducks Unlimited, Canada & Finning, Canada
Speaker: Vinit Verma
Integration & Cloud Data Services Practice Lead at Jade Global
Vinit has more than 17 years of IT consulting experience. He has helped all types of organizations build a data-driven integrated business. Coming from a Computer Science Engineering background and having ample hands-on experience, he will take this opportunity to share his thoughts on the right steps forward to help you come out more robust and stable on the other side of Pandemic.
Speaker: Andrew Pratt
Manager, Information Technology- Ducks Unlimited, Canada
As Manager of Information Technology at Ducks Unlimited Canada, Andrew leads the Infrastructure, National GIS and Conservation Technology teams. Andrew brings a wealth of practical experience building on a diverse professional career and has been active in the Manitoba Geospatial and IT community for over 20 years. Andrew has demonstrated his commitment to the community by participating on numerous boards and committees and is currently the programs director for CIO Canada’s Manitoba chapter and recently joined the Red River College advisory committee.
Speaker: John Neiman
Global Integrations Architect Manager, Digital & Information Technology - Finning
John Neiman has been with Finning for 16 years. He is currently the Global Integrations Architect Manager, responsible for all integrations in and out of Finning’s multiple global legacy ERP systems.
Finning currently hovers around 500 integrations including APIs to over 90 different applications all developed and managed by a small team of three individuals. Finning is the world's largest Caterpillar dealership headquartered in Vancouver, Canada and sells products throughout western Canada, South America, UK, and Ireland