'We will continue to invest across EMEA in our channel partnerships' - CPI catches up with Boomi six months after its $4bn Dell divestment

The iPaaS vendor wants to add more partners in new geographic territories in 2022

Kelsey Rees
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'We will continue to invest across EMEA in our channel partnerships' - CPI catches up with Boomi six months after its $4bn Dell divestment

Channel Partner Insight recently caught up with integration platform as a service (iPaaS) specialist Boomi more than half a year after the vendor was sold for $4bn by Dell in October. The Pennsylvania-based vendor previously revealed to CPI it was eyeing up the UK and DACH region as key areas of expansion for the year ahead. Chris Williamson, director of EMEA channels at Boomi, provided an update on its channel strategy in the region. "October was a busy month for Boomi. We divested...

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