Under the integration, the Boomi platform-as-a-service (iPaaS) will support all AMCAP’s application integration processes, replacing a series of “unique integration instances the organisation was using”.
It will also provide data management and workflow automation capabilities that deliver outcomes claimed to be in a fraction of the time of legacy middleware technologies.
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 – and the organisation required a means of integrating this IT environment to accelerate its supply chain from order to delivery.
“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.
“Consequently, we will consolidate multiple inventories into one so that there is full transparency over the information from the customer systems, mainframe and WMS.”
Michael Evans, managing director Asia-Pacific and Japan, Dell Boomi, says AMCAP operates in a time-sensitive industry that relies on to-the-minute accuracy in order to deliver to customer expectations.
“By using Boomi to transform its IT and data from a traditional, on-premises model to a modern, powerful and flexible environment, AMCAP is able to ensure its systems are fully-integrated so that the supply chain is streamlined and customers receive products on time.”