Boomi Announces New Integration Connector for Vena Solution’s Performance Management Software

January 19, 2017 Guest Expert

Originally published on the Boomi Blog:

Dell Boomi and Vena Solutions have created a new connector to integrate Vena’s Excel-based corporate performance management (CPM) software with Boomi’s growing network of more than 200 enterprise applications and 1,000 endpoints.

The Vena unified software platform automates your financial, accounting and business processes that build on your existing spreadsheets – templates, reports and more – with a fully functional Excel interface.

With the Boomi connector, customers can easily integrate Vena existing source systems and enterprise applications in a fraction of the time it would take to build a custom ETL (extract, transform, load) connector.

Integrating Excel Flexibility with Enterprise Systems

Vena offers a CPM solution that closes the gap between Excel and the functionality of traditional options.

Vena is cost-effective, user-friendly and easy to implement. It ties the power and flexibility of Excel to a secure, centrally managed application.

While other solutions replace existing spreadsheets with rigid applications, Vena’s web-based software leverages your spreadsheets so you can experience the best of both worlds with no compromises.

Whether connecting Vena to other cloud or on-premise general ledger (GL) and ERP systems, the Boomi data connector provides a point-and-click tool and library of pre-built connectors that you can quickly and easily configure, run and manage – all without IT’s involvement.

Learn more about how Boomi can help all your data and applications work better together.

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