Fujitsu Australia has boosted its data and applications portfolio after striking a new agreement with data management and integration platform vendor Dell Boomi.
With the addition of the Dell Boomi platform, it is claimed by the company that Australian and New Zealand customers can reduce development, testing and production time frames, all in the aid of helping to take new services to market in a faster manner.
The agreement is the ‘first of its kind’ between the two companies, which will also supply consulting, implementation and data analytics services to joint customers and channel partners.
Fujitsu expects the new deal will open up further customer opportunities within the government, education and financial services sectors.
“Organisations across most industries are finding their tech environments are becoming increasingly complex and outdated. This is slowing their ability to introduce advanced technologies, let alone convert huge volumes of data into meaningful decision-making to advance their businesses,” Dell Boomi director of solutions consulting APJ, David Irecki, said.
“By adding the Boomi platform to the Fujitsu business applications portfolio, we are removing technical debt so that Australian companies have access to accurate and reliable data that can be used to accelerate business outcomes.”
Jointly, the two companies will consult, design, build, operate and support end-to-end business solutions with the platform also supporting Fujitsu’s existing SAP and ServiceNow arrangements.
“Integration has become a business conversation as the value of data has skyrocketed to become a business’ most valuable resource,” Fujitsu head of data and applications portfolio, Vasanth Kandaswamy, said.