SciQuest Inks Deal with Dell Boomi; Spend Management Customers to Receive Faster Services
ROUND ROCK, TX: Supplier management and eProcurement provider, SciQuest has joined Dell Boomi’s partner network. Dell Boomi AtomSphere is a cloud integration platform that seamlessly connects cloud and on-premise applications without software, appliances or coding. On the other hand, SciQuest is a provider of cloud-based business automation solutions. It allows its customers to design cloud-based integration processes called Atoms.
“Today’s cloud applications are essential for achieving greater operational efficiency in enterprises and simple, rapid application integration is essential for ensuring these cloud applications deliver their promised benefits,” says Chris McNabb, General Manager, Dell Boomi.
SciQuest’s mobile enabled platform engages all stages of procurement, beginning from automation of core processes to enabling sophisticated sourcing solutions. It specializes in e-procurement, supplier management, spend analysis, sourcing, contract management, inventory management and accounts payable.
“Dell Boomi AtomSphere meets that standard and is also comprehensive, flexible and very easy to use. This has enabled us to dramatically shorten implementation times while giving our customers the increased management control they desired,” explains Beth Hendriks, CTO, SciQuest.
Partnership with Dell Boomi ensures faster implementation of B2B application and data integration initiatives of SciQuest. It would also accelerate the deployment and management of integration of SciQuest’s solutions with their clients’ Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) and financial applications. It also provides standardized connectors to enable clients to combine SciQuest’s spend management solutions with their applications.
“Dell Boomi AtomSphere’s drag-and-drop interface, broad array of pre-built connectors, and support for different file formats ensures that SciQuest and their customers can integrate their applications faster, support additional use cases, eliminate custom development, and get up and running faster,” adds Chris.
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