Boomi announced its AI suite this past summer.

Edward Gately, Senior News Editor

October 3, 2023

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Boomi GPT debuts
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Boomi on Tuesday unveiled Boomi GPT, the first offering available in the company’s artificial intelligence (AI) suite, bringing a conversational experience to the Boomi platform.

With Boomi GPT, organizations can use generative AI to integrate and automate faster, leading to more innovation and “accelerating business outcomes,” the company said.

Learning from more than 200 million integrations, Boomi GPT translates words into action to connect applications, data, processes, people and devices. Customers can use Boomi GPT’s natural language prompt to ask Boomi AI to build integrations, APIs or master data models.

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Boomi GPT a ‘Co-Pilot’

In May, Boomi announced Boomi AI, a suite of AI-powered capabilities designed to help organizations apply AI to make progress on their strategic initiatives. Building on that vision of AI-powered development, and applying AI learning that resembles users’ thought processes, Boomi GPT brings AI to build the connections digital businesses depend on.

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Boomi’s Dan McAllister

Dan McAllister, Boomi’s senior vice president of global alliances and channels, said organizations today are eager to leverage AI to improve business operations and processes, but many business leaders don’t know where to begin and they’re worried about being left behind.

“Using the Boomi platform, our partners can leverage AI capabilities to make integration and automation radically faster, both for themselves and our shared customers,” he said. “As a packaged solution, it also provides partners a competitive differentiator and an opportunity to increase revenue by allowing our partners to focus on their customer needs making integration easier than ever.”

With Boomi GPT, users can describe what they want to integrate and automate using everyday language, such as “connect my sales applications to my invoice system,” McAllister said. The co-pilot designs an outline of the best integration process for the user to accept or modify. 

“Any of our partners who use Boomi GPT will be able to move faster than ever before and incorporate domain expert knowledge into the questions asked of how to integrate,” he said. “Integration no longer needs to be deliberate, it can be inferred. As generative AI continues to impact the way we work and live, Boomi plans to continue delivering innovations that propel the operations of our customers and partners forward.”

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Edward Gately

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As news editor, Edward Gately covers cybersecurity, new channel programs and program changes, M&A and other IT channel trends. Prior to Informa, he spent 26 years as a newspaper journalist in Texas, Louisiana and Arizona.

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