New Horizons Computer Learning Centers Introduce Dell Boomi Curriculum
Austin, TX – October 18, 2017 - New Horizons Computer Learning Centers, the premier source for technology education services with 22 locations throughout the Southern United States, today announced the introduction of training for developers, administrators, and architects on the Dell Boomi™ (Boomi) platform. Boomi is the leading provider of cloud integration and workflow automation software to build The Connected Business.
As cloud computing becomes more and more prevalent, more application and integration opportunities are created. Corporations and all kinds of organizations are seeking professionals with skills in developing and managing delivery of applications.
Boomi’s flagship cloud integration technology, Boomi iPaaS, delivers the industry’s only unified cloud platform that orchestrates data, applications and business processes to help organizations run faster and smarter. The Boomi platform makes it quick and easy to connect any combination of on-premise or cloud-based applications to automate workflows throughout an organization. It also includes robust support for MDM, API and EDI integration technologies, all based on one unified, “low-code” development environment.
“New Horizons has consistently delivered learning experiences enabling professionals to use the technology tools that are in highest demand,”
explains Keith Glass, Director of Training Services for New Horizons.
“Especially as more companies move to cloud, the more application integration becomes the most important thing. Fulfilling our mission, we’re partnering directly with Dell to provide the needed training to developers, administrators, and architects.”
About New Horizons Computer Learning Centers
With 300 centers in 70 countries, New Horizons is the world’s largest independent IT training company. Our innovative, award-winning learning methods have revolutionized the way students learn, retain and apply new knowledge. Over our 30-year history, New Horizons has trained over 30 million people worldwide, and transformed thousands of businesses.