Juniper leverages Boomi platform to eliminate manual tasks and ensure regulatory compliance

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Juniper is using Boomi, a Dell technologies IT Platform, as part of a whole-of-business IT refresh to drive efficiencies.

The Uniting Church Western Australian aged care provider is shifting to the cloud-first model as part of this refresh, replacing over 10,000 items of technology equipment across the organisation.

Boomi is being used to streamline complex data integrations and minimising duplications.

“One of my key concerns was that I didn’t want the solution to require a dedicated integration developer – not only would this be a significant additional expense, but it would severely impact business continuity when they left the business,” says Juniper ICT Manager Dan Beeston.

“With all our critical data on a single platform, we’re ensuring governance and regulatory compliance across the organisation and slashed time it takes to generate reports. This means we can more regularly keep our board members up to date on any risks in the organisation.”

Beeston says the core driver of the IT refresh is enabling greater efficiency across operations, so more resources can be invested in residents and clients.

“As a not-for-profit organisation, every dollar we save is another dollar we can invest in our residents and clients’ health and wellbeing, giving them the best possible quality of life,” he said.

Boomi has helped various aged care providers since opening doors in Australia in 2016, including Anglicare Southern Queensland.

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