Dell Boomi

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Dell Boomi
Private (subsidiary of Dell)
Industry Software
Founded 2000
Founders Rick Nucci
Headquarters Chesterbrook , Pennsylvania, United States
Key people
Michael J. Morton (CTO), Chris McNabb (CEO)

Cloud-based integration Master Data Management

API Management
Parent Dell

Dell Boomi is a business unit acquired by Dell in 2010 that specializes in cloud-based integration, API management and Master Data Management.[1][2] Boomi was founded in Berwyn, Pennsylvania and first launched its services in 2007.[3][4]


Boomi was founded in 2000, beginning with "configuration-based" integration. Boomi introduced Technology which allows users to build and deploy integration processes using a visual interface and a drag and drop technique. This interface remains one of the key elements of the current Boomi platform.

In 2007 Boomi released the technology now known as "AtomSphere," the industry's first Integration Cloud. AtomSphere kept the visual, point and click interface for building integrations and can be managed through a simple browser-based UI.

On November 2, 2010, Boomi announced its acquisition by Dell.[5]

University of Technology Sydney selected Dell Boomi as its integration-platform-as-a-service solution.[6] In February 2018, Dell Boomi research suggested that "86% of IT decision makers believe becoming a more connected business would mean revenue growth for their organisation over the course of twelve months".[7]


  1. ^ Corner, Stuart (2018-02-08). "Dell Boomi rides the IPaaS wave". Computerworld. Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  2. ^ Greg Roumeliotis and Liana B. Baker (2013-01-26). "Dell considering acquisitions or possible IPO: sources". Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  3. ^ Fiveash, Kelly (2010-11-02). "Dell gets SaaSy with Boomi buy". Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  4. ^ Metz, Cade (2011-04-14). "Meet Dell, your internet service provider". Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  5. ^ "Dell to Acquire Boomi; Adds Industry's No. 1 Integration Cloud Solution to SaaS Capabilities". Dell Press Release. November 2, 2010. Retrieved March 4, 2016.
  6. ^ Asha McLean (2018-02-08). "UTS charging towards all-cloud with legacy tech no longer making the grade". ZDNet. Retrieved 2018-02-26.
  7. ^ Ismail, Nick (2018-02-20). "Less connected businesses could be missing out on $500M in revenue". Information Age. Retrieved 2018-02-26.

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