Taleo also chose Dell Boomi because of its flexible delivery model and is now deploying and administering a private integration cloud within its own data centers to handle platform scalability, high availability and load balancing, as well as to safeguard data to meet specific regulatory requirements. In addition to external deployments, Taleo uses Dell Boomi internally to migrate customers from acquired products like Vurv and Cytiva to Taleo Business Edition and Taleo Enterprise solutions, and to link its procurement system into its financial system so Taleo does not have to manually re-enter invoices.“As partners, Dell Boomi and Taleo have worked collaboratively to deliver successful outcomes both for customers and within Taleo’s own fast-growing organization,” said Rick Nucci, General Manager, Dell Boomi. “Dell Boomi worked with Taleo to address its unique integration challenges with our unrivaled AtomSphere cloud integration product.” Dell Boomi AtomSphere will be the standard for integration of Taleo Business Edition and Taleo Learn products with a variety of cloud computing and SaaS applications. This includes integrations to systems like Oracle, SAP, ADP, Ceridian, NetSuite, Workday, Lawson, salesforce.com, and Kronos. Additional Information
- To learn more about how Dell Boomi helped Taleo, please visit http://www.boomi.com.
- Michael Dell and Taleo CEO Mike Gregoire at Oracle OpenWorld 2011