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Transformation BUSINESS GOALS ENGIE is one of the world's three largest energy groups. Far and away the biggest player in France, ENGIE serves almost 23 million homes, as well as 41,000 businesses and organizations. ENGIE's Enterprises & Collectives (E&C) business unit focuses on helping its commercial customers become more energy efficient with new technologies and energy management practices. ENGIE is committed to creating the energy environment of the future, addressing climate change and the changing ways in which people and organizations use energy. The success of its mission depends on low-carbon energy and digital transformation. TECHNOLOGY CHALLENGES It was the quest for agility that led ENGIE to rethink its integration systems and processes. The company sought out a modern, low-code development environment to: • Bring far greater speed and efficiency to integration projects • Rapidly respond to business requests for new cloud applications and data dashboards • Deliver visibility across business processes ENGIE viewed a cloud-native integration platform as crucial to a much broader transformation initiative, which encompassed the replacement of sales, marketing and operational applications and devices, as well as database platforms and processes. Integration Drives ENGIE's Digital Transformation Boomi's integration platform unites legacy and cloud applications, helping ENGIE increase agility while cutting costs by a factor of 10. C A S E S T U D Y Boomi has many advanced features that eliminate technical complexity and greatly simplify how we build integrations. e successful implementation of so many business processes in such a short time surpassed all my expectations. Alain Abenhaim, Information Security and Systems Architect

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