Boomi Wins With Culture, Leadership and Technology

June 21, 2019 Emma McCulloch

Dell Boomi is on a roll, garnering awards and recognition across all areas of the business.

In May, Boomi received a big shout out for our commitment to providing an outside work environment. Boomi was named as one of the Philadelphia Top Workplaces by The Philadelphia Inquirer.

And Boomi CEO Chris McNabb received the Technology CEO of the Year Enterprise Award from the Philadelphia Alliance for Capital and Technologies (PACT).

In June, Boomi took home the SIIA CODiE Award for Best Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS).

Last year, PACT named Boomi the Technology Company of the Year. This year, the accolades went to our leadership — but McNabb acknowledges that Boomi would be nowhere without our brilliant group of employees. The company’s success is shaped by a phenomenal team, including highly supportive partners and loyal customers. 

Learn more about how the world's leading organizations win with Boomi.

The Delaware Valley and Philadelphia area is Boomi’s home territory, and giving back to the community and helping its development is a high priority for us as a company. We are proud to be recognized by PACT and The Philadelphia Inquirer, and proud that our team is committed to maintaining a quality work environment while fostering professional development and personal growth.

Being named a top workplace isn't new for Boomi — we have been included in The Philadelphia Business Journal's Best Places to Work for the past five years, and earned a spot on Inc. Magazine's Best Workplaces list in 2018.  But local recognition and employee satisfaction are always important to us and we strive to maintain an environment that will continue to foster success. 

Technology and Product Innovation

And our pride doesn't stop at our employees. Not only are our workplace and executives making waves in the industry, but our technology is receiving kudos as well.

The CODiE Awards is the only peer-recognized program in the business and education technology industries. Winning the CODiE for Best Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) acknowledges Boomi as one of the best of the best products, technologies and services in the software, information and business technology sector. This prestigious award further validates our mission to help our customers to modernize, transform and accelerate their businesses to drive better outcomes.

In addition to these awards, we also take pride in the recognition we’ve received from industry analysts around the strength of the Boomi Platform. In April, Boomi was named a leader in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service for the sixth consecutive year.

Business technology leaders including senior executives, analysts, media, consultants and investors have evaluated the Boomi Platform and understand the value that it delivers. This year, Boomi has grown from 4,800 to more than 8,200 customers, with a customer satisfaction rating of 95 percent. We are continually working to help customers reduce IT spend, increase satisfaction and grow revenue (by an average of $3.4 million).

Boomi is growing rapidly and actively hiring across all functions, including software engineering, marketing, professional services and business development. If you're looking for a supportive company culture, positive work environment and career growth opportunities, Boomi is among the best — and we have the awards to prove it!

To learn more about Boomi's culture and opportunities to join our team of dedicated professionals, please visit boomi.com/careers.

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Emma McCulloch is senior manager, global PR for Dell Boomi.

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