RXP Services named Dell Boomi's top APJ partner

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RXP Services named Dell Boomi's top APJ partner

Dell Boomi has named Melbourne-based RXP Services as its top partner in Asia-Pacific and Japan, awarding the company the APJ Partner of the Year.

The award was handed out at its Boomi World 2019 conference held in Washington DC, where the vendor unveiled new conversational AI solutions for partners.

“Our partnership with Boomi continues to go from strength to strength and we’re thrilled to be recognised as its 2019 APJ Partner of the Year,” RXP chief executive Ross Fielding said.

“Together with Boomi we help organisations integrate systems, improve consistency and streamline their data to drive their transformation journey forward.

“We look forward to continuing with our strong partnership and kicking many goals together in the years to come.”

Apart from the region-specific awards (APJ, North America and EMEA), Boomi also handed out worldwide partner awards, as well as other partner awards.

Boomi also unveiled a new company rebrand, and also added some enhancements to its user community, including strategies for using the platform for conversational AI.

“As Boomi continues to grow, innovate and lead the industry, we are enabling our customers to achieve accelerated business outcomes. Our new brand is a visual representation of that and matches who we are today and who we want to be tomorrow,” Boomi chief executive Chris McNabb said.

“We are excited to be celebrating our achievements and the successes of our customers and partners, here in Washington DC.”

The full list of partner awards are below:

  • Worldwide Partner of the Year – Accenture
  • Worldwide Partner Excellence Award – Slalom
  • Innovation Partner of the Year – Deloitte
  • North American Partner of the Year – Eide Bailly
  • EMEA Partner of the Year – Digia
  • APJ Partner of the Year – RXP
  • Embedded Partner of the Year – ADP
  • Alliance Partner of the Year – Oracle NetSuite
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