Australian supply chain management company replaces on-premise technology with iPaaS to streamline the integration of applications and data
Australian supply chain management company AMCAP has implemented the Boomi integration platform as part of an IT transformation to aggregate and streamline a series of bespoke on-premise applications into a unified environment.
AMCAP provides third and fourth party logistics for a range of companies including Holden, Ford, Subaru, KTM, Suzuki, Volkswagen, Hyundai, Mitsubishi and Kia.
Its 250 employees use various warehouse management (WMS) and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems to manage the national operation. The organization required a means of integrating this IT environment to accelerate its supply chain from order to delivery.
“Having recently migrated our warehouse operations from a traditional in-house mainframe to Manhattan SCALE, we are implementing Boomi to ensure that all the systems and data our staff relies on are seamlessly integrated with full visibility,” says Karen Aisthorpe, National IT/IS Manager at AMCAP.
The Boomi integration platform as a service (iPaaS) will support all AMCAP’s application integration processes, replacing the series of unique integration instances the organization was using. It will also provide powerful data management and workflow automation capabilities that deliver outcomes in a fraction of the time of legacy middleware technologies.
“By substituting various in-house integrations with Boomi, staff will be able to operate through a single interface without compromising access to or accuracy of the data with which they are working, Aisthorpe says. “Consequently, we will consolidate multiple inventories into one so that there is full transparency over the information from the customer systems, mainframe and WMS.”