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Integration Guidebook
How Workday Integration Improves
Business Performance and Agility
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Table of Contents
The Benefits of Workday Integration
Responding to Software as a Service (SaaS)
Making an Informed Integration Choice
Six Ways to Extend Workday with iPaaS Integration
Identity Management
Benefits Management
Employee Screening, Background Checks and Recruitment
Commerce, Supply Chain and Manufacturing
Key Considerations and Best Practices for Workday Integration
How Boomi Helps Workday Customers Realize Business Value
eBook | Workday Integration Guide
If you’ve invested in Workday, you’ve taken a big step
toward transforming your business with modern cloud
But Workday isn’t meant to be a silo. To make the
most of your investment, Workday needs to integrate
with related software — regardless of whether you
use Workday Human Capital Management (HCM),
Workday Financial Management or both.
Founded in 2005, Workday has grown rapidly to offer
solutions in two main areas of HCM and financial
management. The company also provides software
for analytics and professional services automation.
Following a best-of-breed application strategy, many
companies run Workday in tandem with software from
other vendors.
Similarly, you might have Workday in place for financial
management, and are faced with the need to integrate
Workday with your ecommerce, supply chain and
customer relationship management (CRM) systems —
or even an HR application, if you don’t use Workday’s
HCM software.
The mix-and-match possibilities are growing as
companies incorporate new cloud applications —
and so is the need for seamless connectivity across
systems. How you approach Workday integration can
make or break success.
Workday supplies an end-to-end HCM suite, but
your company might use the Workday core human
resources (HR) module while relying on other
applications or service providers for payroll, benefits
administration, recruiting and related functions. And
if you use a vendor other than Workday for financials,
you’ll want to connect that software to your core
Workday HR system.
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The Benefits of Workday Integration
Integrating Workday with complementary applications
is essential to run a connected, data-driven business.
Integration opens new avenues to access, integrate
and share data, and to automate workflows that build
business efficiency.
HCM Integration
In the past, HR was regarded as a stand-alone backoffice function. Today, smart enterprises have elevated
HR to a strategic role in business performance. HR needs
to adapt to the consumerization of IT, high expectations
of the emerging millennial workforce and the growth of
a highly distributed and mobile staff. Integration helps
organizations meet those objectives by:
• Streamlining key processes (core HR, payroll,
benefits, etc.)
• Creating a trusted, unified system of record.
• Improving employee engagement, satisfaction and
• Optimizing workforce planning and execution.
Financial Management Integration
Accounting, budgeting and financial analytics are
at the heart of business performance. Achieving a
holistic, real-time view of the business demands that
Workday Financial Management interoperate with
associated systems to support integrated financial and
operational reporting. Integration is also essential to
effective sales forecasting and a high-caliber customer
experience. Integration equips you to:
• Optimize the lead-to-cash lifecycle and sales
• Enhance demand planning and supply chain
• Streamline customer service and order
• Increase visibility into financial and operational
• Support budgeting, analytics and planning.
• Strengthening organizational controls and security.
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Responding to Software as a Service (SaaS)
Rapid deployment of cloud applications has altered the integration landscape. Today, many organizations have
Workday deployed in hybrid IT architectures that consist of both new cloud applications and legacy on-premise
systems. Flexible, repeatable integration in a diverse application ecosystem accelerates business payback and
reduces needless development costs.
Workday customers have several choices for integration:
• On-premise middleware
Traditional extract, transform and load (ETL) and
enterprise service bus (ESB) middleware lacks
the native cloud connectivity needed to readily
integrate cloud applications to one another or to
legacy systems.
• Point-to-point coding
Manually coded connectivity can be expedient for
one-off tactical projects but can mean high costs,
limited visibility and very inefficient scaling. It is
typically a poor strategic choice to integration.
• iPaaS
Based in the cloud, integration platform as a
service (iPaaS) has emerged as the most effective
technology strategy for highly flexible and rapid
any-to-any integrations. Working with pre-built
connectors and a single, unified development and
management environment speeds and simplifies
your integration projects.
• Workday Integration Cloud Platform
Workday offers built-in integration capabilities with
Workday Integration Cloud Platform. The platform
features two modules — Enterprise Interface Builder
(EIB) and Studio, an Eclipse-based development
environment geared for skilled developers that
typically requires desktop installation.
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Making an Informed Integration Choice
The Workday Integration Cloud Platform EIB module can be effective for basic integrations, such as supporting
Workday’s report as a service (RaaS) model. A selection of pre-packaged connectors for third-party applications and
service providers make it suitable for connectivity in common file-based payroll and benefits scenarios, as well as
connectivity across Workday HCM and ERP software. For more complex integrations, Workday Studio enables “from
scratch” custom development.
As part of due diligence, organizations will benefit from checking customer references and assessing capabilities of all
integration options.
Some considerations to keep in mind:
• On-premise connectivity
Does the integration platform provide native support
for both cloud-based and on-premise systems? In
today’s hybrid IT environment, this is essential.
• Real-time connectivity
Your integration platform should have capabilities
to support real-time connectivity, which is
essential in certain scenarios, such as employee
termination in HR.
• Scalability limitations
Your integration platform should be able to handle
high-volume data flows, with high limits on the
number of concurrent integration processes as well
as the duration of processes.
• Enterprise extensibility
Any integration platform you select should be able
to support the widest number of applications and
integration scenarios.
The good news is that Workday customers have an array of integration options. The challenge lies in carefully
identifying business needs and selecting the technology that best positions your organization for long-term success.
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Six Ways
to Extend Workday
With iPaaS Integration
In the following section, you’ll find examples of how
iPaaS makes it quick and easy to integrate Workday
with other applications in six common HCM and
financial management use cases:
• Payroll
• Identity Management
• Benefits Management
• Employee Recruitment
• Lead-to-Cash
• Commerce, Supply Chain and Manufacturing
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Automate data exchange between core HR and payroll systems
The Need
Integration between HR and payroll systems is
one of the most pressing needs for Workday HCM
customers. Timely synchronization is critical to
ensure that employees are paid accurately, have the
right benefits and are compensated for expenses
and commissions. This integration is also essential
for fast-growing organizations to scale quickly and
mitigate risk.
The Approach
iPaaS offers unmatched flexibility and reliability for
two-way integration between Workday and payroll,
whether it’s the Workday payroll module, a third-party
application or payroll service providers.
Besides basic employee information, attributes such
as benefits, elective deductions, pay increases and
more need to be synchronized between the two
systems. iPaaS scalability is important in handling
high-volume integrations involving thousands of
iPaaS ensures that employee expense
reimbursements entered into an expense
management module such as SAP Concur
propagate to Workday and on to payroll.
Business Results
• Seamless, reliable business process automation
between HR and payroll.
• Automatic updates based on changes (new hires,
• Minimized delay, manual work and risk of error.
• Increased compliance, reduced risk.
• Detailed reporting on workforce and costs.
• Security layer for sensitive personnel information.
Application Types
• Payroll
Common Applications
• CDP Group
• activepayroll
• Celergo
• CloudPay
And iPaaS supports connectivity to compensation
applications for sales commission disbursements.
Integration frees administrative time and lets HR and
payroll personnel focus on more important tasks.
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Identity Management
Ensure appropriate workforce provisioning and security
The Need
Real-time integration is essential between Workday
HCM and Microsoft Active Directory or another
identity and access management (IAM) platform.
Without integration, organizations can face delays,
outdated information, miscommunication and
security risks across the employee lifecycle. This,
in turn, can affect processes for managing initial
onboarding, promotions, retirement, resignation,
layoff or firing.
The Approach
iPaaS delivers real-time integration with Active
Directory to ensure that a new hire is properly
provisioned with email, application access, single
sign-on capabilities, equipment assignments and
organizational associations such as department
and manager. As a cloud-based platform, iPaaS
connects seamlessly to the traditional on-premise
Active Directory and the Azure cloud version.
iPaaS ensures that promotions, pay grade,
hierarchical changes and more synchronize between
Workday and Active Directory. Real-time integration
helps ensure organization security when employees
leave. Based on termination in Workday, iPaaS
routes an immediate update to Active Directory for
revocation of email and application access, among
other privileges.
Business Results
• Real-time integration for speed, security and
business process automation.
• Faster implementations with integrated
• Reliable, timely employee lifecycle management.
• Confidence in appropriate application
• Scalability to large workforces, full-time
and contract.
Application Types
• Identity management
Common Applications
• Active Directory
• Azure Active Directory (cloud)
• Oracle Identity Manager
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Benefits Management
Streamline benefits programs with third-party partners
The Need
An attractive benefits package is a big advantage in
recruiting and retaining valued employees. Managing
benefits with third-party partners can be difficult and
complex for HR and payroll teams without a scalable
integration framework. With iPaaS, organizations
from small to large can streamline processes with
reliable data integration across internal and external
partner systems.
The Approach
Using iPaaS to integrate Workday HCM with thirdparty providers supports accurate bi-directional data
exchange for healthcare coverage, life insurance,
retirement plans, stock options and other employerprovided benefits.
Data is routed to the benefits partner based on new
hires, pay increases that affect benefits, and life
events such as a marriage or birth that can prompt
a revision of benefits. iPaaS also routes third-party
provider data to Workday and on to payroll, so
deductions are accounted for.
Business Results
• Integrate data and automate processes across
core HR, benefits partners and payroll.
• Strengthen benefits accuracy and reliability.
• Scale to high volumes in seasonal open
• Accommodate new hires and employee status
changes in real time.
• Support employee self-service benefits
management across multiple systems.
Application Types
• Benefits service providers
Common Applications
• Benefitfocus
• Thomson Darwin
iPaaS scalability is especially valuable during
the open enrollment season of benefits, typically
between October and December, when critical
benefits information must synchronize across
systems. Integration also provides a foundation for
employees to manage their benefit elections in a selfservice portal.
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Employee Recruitment
Improve speed and accuracy of pre-hire screening processes
The Need
HR teams often rely on third-party specialists for
pre-hire screening, background checks, drug testing
and psychological profiling to ensure a productive
workforce and company safety. Connecting to those
external providers speeds the process and minimizes
manual data entry and the risk of error. Also,
organizations that don’t use Workday for recruitment
may need to integrate with a third-party application,
such as Taleo.
The Approach
iPaaS supports bi-directional synchronization of
data between the HR team and background-check
service providers, automating business processes.
Triggered by changes, candidate information stored in
Workday can be automatically pushed to the provider
in real time – a time-saving advantage for companies
with large numbers of openings or candidates.
Once complete, background check results move
automatically into Workday from the provider.
In the recruiting process, iPaaS can play a central
role by connecting Workday and a third-party
application or recruitment agency. It can also facilitate
the consolidation of resumes, LinkedIn profiles, job
board postings and video interviews. This provides a
single system of record in Workday.
Business Results
• Greater confidence in hiring the best candidates.
• Faster screening and background processes.
• Reduced manual data work and risk of error.
• Enhanced visibility into candidate desirability.
• Better productivity for HR teams.
Application and Service Types
• Background check providers
• Recruitment applications and agencies
• Job boards and social media
Common Applications
• LexisNexis
• Taleo
• LinkedIn
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Deliver an exceptional customer experience and speed cash flow
The Need
Delivering an exceptional customer experience
requires integrated lead-to-cash workflows and
unified customer data. Stand-alone Workday
Financial Management, marketing automation and
CRM applications can create erratic processes
and inconsistent information that hurt customer
satisfaction. Those silos also hurt cash flow and sales
forecasting accuracy.
The Approach
For lead-to-cash, iPaaS focuses on interoperability
between CRM (such as Salesforce or Microsoft
Dynamics CRM), marketing automation (such
as Marketo or Eloqua) and Workday Financial
Management. Connecting marketing automation to
CRM systems gives sales reps valuable insights into
ranked leads before contact is initiated. To go a step
further, iPaaS can extend integration to customer
service applications to improve service quality.
Connecting both marketing and CRM systems to
Workday provides end-to-end automation with a
unified source of customer and revenue data. iPaaS
automates processes such as ensuring that customer
and item data is synchronized across applications. It
also can automate sharing invoice and payments data
between Workday and Salesforce CRM for visibility
and better customer service.
Business Results
• Visibility into interactions with customers
and prospects.
• Consistent, streamlined customer experience.
• Improved revenue reporting and forecasting.
• Reduced manual work and data look-ups.
• Better productivity for sales and back office.
Application Types
• Marketing automation
• Customer service
Common Applications
• Salesforce
• Microsoft Dynamics CRM
• SugarCRM
• Marketo
• Eloqua
• HubSpot
• Zoho
• Pipedrive
• Zendesk
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Commerce, Manufacturing
and Supply Chain
The Need
Product-oriented organizations running Workday
Financial Management need to connect with
operational systems to keep the business in sync.
These could include an ecommerce storefront, pointof-sale (POS) systems, manufacturing software, or
applications for supply chain management, including
procurement, inventory, warehousing and fulfillment.
The Approach
iPaaS bridges gaps between Workday financials and
operational systems with streamlined data exchange
that supports accurate accounting, reporting on
real-time data, and demand planning that aligns
production and inventory with anticipated customer
purchase behavior. Connectivity equips companies to
improve production processes and reduce costs of
inventory, warehousing and transportation.
Integration also supports better insights and controls
for manufacturing organizations that may run Plex,
IQMS, Epicor or other systems. Merchants in B2C and
B2B markets can ensure a unified view of customer,
product, billing and fulfillment information to support
omnichannel commerce across webstores, POS
systems and other channels.
Business Results
• Real-time insights through synchronization of
financial and operational data.
• Robust analytics on costs, revenue
and profitability.
• A unified view from the C-suite to the shop floor.
• Greater efficiency from eliminating manual data
entry and reconciliations.
• Seamless commerce oriented for cost-efficiency
and customer satisfaction.
Application Types
• Ecommerce / POS
• Supply chain management
• Manufacturing
Common Applications
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Key Considerations and Best Practices for
Workday Integration
When planning your Workday integration project,
employ a collaborative approach with IT leaders and
business users — from initial scoping, technology
evaluations, and selection to identification of priority
integration scenarios.
1. Overall Integration Strategy
Five key points to consider are:
Point-to-point coding can be viable for a one-off
project, but costs and complications can quickly
arise with over-reliance on manual, developer-driven
techniques. Alternatively, multiple integration platforms
introduce costly overhead and the inefficiency of dual
production and monitoring environments. This can limit
visibility and require multiple integration development
skill sets.
• Overall integration strategy.
• Capacity for digital transformation.
• Real-time integration needs.
• Centralized management and monitoring.
• Development and deployment flexibility.
In determining how to handle Workday integration, it
pays to make a strategic assessment of immediate
and long-term integration needs and to ensure
alignment with your organization’s integration strategy.
Consider scalability and performance. For instance,
are high availability and parallel processing capabilities
important now or would they be valuable in the future?
Security is another consideration. It’s important to
compare the security measures you’re able to provide
in-house versus those available in a leading iPaaS
In charting your integration roadmap, weigh the
tactical and strategic implications of your options by
involving IT and business professionals in HR, financial
management and other lines of business.
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Key Considerations and Best Practices for
Workday Integration
2. Capacity for Digital Transformation
3. Real-Time Integration Needs
For HR, one aspect of the digital transformation
challenge is supplying a cloud HR environment that
meets the expectations of the emerging millennial
workforce. Satisfaction and retention of young
employees will rise when HR can provide a consumerlike experience, with embedded mobile and social
features. Productivity increases when integration helps
to create a more seamless work environment.
Today’s real-time integration technology makes
HR integration possible at the speed of business.
Real-time integration is also valuable in recruiting,
onboarding and other processes, eliminating the lag
time of once-nightly updates. Evaluate areas in which
your processes can benefit from real-time integration
with iPaaS.
The megatrend of digital transformation is reshaping
how organizations engage with customers, suppliers
and personnel. If Workday plays a role in enterprisewide digital transformation, it’s important to use a
modern and scalable integration platform that supports
mobile, social, cloud and big data.
HR has the opportunity to innovate through integration.
For example, HR analytics can help quantify workforce
ROI and identify areas for improvement. Integration
plays a critical role in capturing data from disparate
systems (such as learning management and financials)
to create consolidated data for analysis.
HR integration has traditionally been batch-oriented.
Integration for scheduled processes such as payroll
can effectively run once every two weeks. Yet realtime integration is essential in situations such as
employee termination, in which email, application
access and other privileges need to be severed
simultaneously and immediately for security reasons.
In financial management, organizations have
traditionally invested days in consolidating disparate
financial and operational information. Real-time
integration eliminates that waste and overhead to
enable insights organizations can use to run a faster,
smarter business.
In financial management, digital transformation
should greatly improve an organization’s ability to
access, integrate and report on critical information.
Applications and data should be “always on” to
support everything from at-a-glance executive
dashboards to deep analytics on revenue, costs,
profitability and customer satisfaction. Integration is
key to reducing cycle times from days or weeks to
virtually real time, with current data.
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Key Considerations and Best Practices for
Workday Integration
4. Centralized Management and Monitoring
The integrity of Workday integrations depends on a
centralized management and monitoring environment
that provides transparency, hands-on control and
proactive issue alerts.
Utilizing multiple integration platforms means
multiple monitoring environments that can limit your
organization’s ability to recognize and troubleshoot
issues. For mission-critical processes such as payroll,
a small glitch can cascade into major problems that
are difficult to analyze and correct.
A single platform enables centralized management,
error handling of integrations, and provides a “single
pane of glass” view into integration processes. The
platform should provide drill-down to detailed logs
of what processes ran and when, how long they
took to run, the result and how many objects were
processed. Process alerts can inform you when the
status of your integration processes changes.
Today’s leading iPaaS platforms provide additional
capabilities such as automatically suggesting
resolution to common error messages based on usersourced contributions to the iPaaS vendor knowledge
base. This functionality automatically lists possible
solutions in order of relevance and includes links to
resources for further analysis and resolution.
5. Development and Deployment Flexibility
Matching your integration approach to available
development resources and your desired
deployment model is a key consideration for
Workday integration. For integration configuration
and implementation, it’s important to assess up
front the resources and skill sets required. Do you
have the needed resources in house or is it best to
outsource the job to a systems integrator?
Either way, modern integration should not be a
months-long undertaking. Your platform of choice
should feature pre-built connectors to leading cloud
and on-premise applications, as well as support for
generic protocols such as SOAP, ODBC and ODATA.
A software development environment should be
included for supporting custom connections. Modern
cloud technology enables integration to be configured
and deployed in a fraction of the time and at a
fraction of the cost of traditional approaches.
For deployment flexibility, your integration technology
should provide a choice of where integration processes
execute — either in the cloud or on-premise.
For on-premise deployment, look for the ability to run
integrations on multiple servers for load balancing,
fault tolerance and high availability — important
considerations for mission-critical integration processes.
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How Boomi Helps Workday Customers
Realize Business Value
Dell Boomi’s unified platform offers a highly scalable,
flexible and secure integration environment for
connecting to the data you need to get the most from
your Workday investment.
With deep experience in Workday integration,
Boomi lets organizations easily share Workday data
with a broad range of business applications and
data sources, while helping you leverage built-in
capabilities for master data management (MDM) and
API management.
Whether applications reside in the cloud or onpremise, the Boomi platform can manage those
integrations. Boomi is an enterprise-grade iPaaS,
allowing companies to share data using many
different types of integrations from the same platform.
Developed with the hybrid IT environment in mind,
Boomi integration takes just three steps:
1. Build
Using a low-code, visual tool as you build
integrations, you can access a library of pre-built
connectors. Just point and click or drag and drop
to build simple to very sophisticated integration
with exceptional speed — no coding required.
Boomi also simplifies the creation of application,
data and B2B integration processes with a series
of common integration components you can use to
create an end-to-end integration workflow.
2. Deploy
After building and testing your integration
processes, deploy them to a lightweight run-time
engine known as a Boomi Atom, which lets your
integration processes run on-premise or in the
cloud, whether hosted by Boomi or a third party
such as AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud
Platform, Pivotal Cloud Foundry or Virtustream.
3. Manage
Regardless of where you deploy Boomi Atoms
or the number of integration processes you run,
the Atom’s unique architecture lets you centrally
manage all integrations. You can monitor the
health and activity of integration processes, receive
anomaly alerts, and review detailed process logs.
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Accelerate Integration with Boomi Connectors
Boomi’s cloud-native, low-code iPaaS equips
organizations to connect data and applications far
faster and more easily than traditional custom-coding
or on-premise middleware. IT teams can spend much
less time on integration and instead focus on more
valuable, strategic activities that help the business.
Boomi supplies over 200 pre-built connectors to
leading cloud and on-premise applications, including
Workday, Salesforce, NetSuite, SAP, Oracle and IBM.
In addition, Boomi provides pre-built connectors
for industry-standard technologies such as REST,
others. If a specific connector isn’t available, Boomi’s
software development kit makes it possible to
integrate any application.
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development platform that lets developers rapidly
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Automation eliminates delays that can impact the
business, from cash flow to customer satisfaction.
And with Boomi workflow automation, organizations
can collaborate better internally. Workflows streamline
processes by routing actions to specified individuals
for review, approval or rejection. Or actions can
automatically execute based on business rules that
depend on connecting with applications and data.
Boomi is the only cloud iPaaS vendor to deliver a
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business processes and people. In essence,
Boomi lets Workday customers connect everything
and engage everywhere, with all the data and
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Realize Business Value
Gain Flexibility With API Management
Ensure Data Consistency With MDM
For example, Boomi API Management allows
Workday HCM customers to expose a legacy onpremise application as a web service via an API to
be consumed by Workday to support a range of
HR-related functions. As another example, you can
publish an API as a microservice to enable other
groups to consume composite Workday functions.
Hub is built into the Boomi iPaaS, giving you MDM,
data quality and integration on a unified platform. It
enables you to model, match, synchronize, cleanse
and enrich data across domains to improve the
accuracy and reliability of data.
Boomi API Management provides a single, scalable
platform to access data and make it available across
your organization or among customers and partners.
It provides a centralized online environment to control
the creation, deployment and management of APIs
used across a variety of business functions.
Using a set of high-productivity design and
development tools, Boomi API Management equips
you to create APIs through a visual interface that
requires no coding. You can publish APIs for use onpremise or in the cloud with comprehensive security
and authentication options. All aspects of APIs,
including testing, versioning and usage monitoring,
can be managed from a single location.
Boomi Master Data Hub delivers a flexible, cloudnative master data management (MDM) hub that
consolidates and reconciles disparate information
into a “golden record.” You gain a single version of
the truth across the business — from HR and CRM
to financials, marketing, manufacturing, supply chain
and more.
When using Boomi’s out-of-the-box Workday connector
and sharing data with the Hub repository, you can
enrich the data in applications that need to integrate
with Workday. That’s because Boomi Hub provides
bi-directional synchronization and real-time integration,
allowing seamless changes between applications.
Available through the Boomi platform, API
Management is 100 percent cloud-based. Its singleinstance, multi-tenant architecture lets you connect
data between applications, clouds and devices
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Smarter Integration with Crowd-sourced
Boomi’s single-instance, multi-tenant architecture
offers additional advantages that are key
differentiators among iPaaS vendors. Boomi
leverages the crowd-sourced intelligence of its user
community to provide innovation and value for all
customers through features:
• Boomi Suggest speeds integration with the
industry’s first community-driven suggestion tool.
It generates up to 90 percent of data mappings
automatically by harnessing information on more
than 10 million mappings created by Boomi users.
• Boomi Assure augments your integration
QA testing with single-click crowd-sourced
regression testing, helping you proactively maintain
compatibility as applications and interfaces
• Boomi Resolve automatically suggests
resolutions for common error messages based
on contributions to the Boomi knowledge base,
helping you maintain high levels of customer
To learn more about how Boomi can help you
improve integration across your enterprise, please
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Integration, Fit for Your Business
Boomi has built a reputation for understanding
the business requirements and data integration
needs of modern businesses. Connecting over 200
applications and 1,000 unique endpoints, Boomi
makes application integration far faster and easier for
more than 6,700 organizations worldwide.
Boomi offers unmatched capabilities for Workday
customers to make the most of Workday’s cloud
applications for HCM and financial management to
run their connected businesses.
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