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Dell Boomi hires new business development VP to head global channel

19 Jan 17

Dell Boomi’s global partner channel has a new lead as David Tavolaro takes over as the company’s vice president of business development.

He will focus on growing the company’s global partner channel, which has experienced 50% growth in the past year. 

“The channel is in our DNA and has been a vital part of our success to date. We believe it will be an accelerator for growth as Boomi expands globally,” comments Will Corkery, Dell Boomi’s VP of worldwide sales and business development.

Tavolaro will also lead Boomi’s go-to-market initiatives across the partner network, which includes independent software vendors, global systems integrators, regional IT consultancies, original equipment manufacturers and referral partners.

He brings more than 20 years of channel, sales and senior leadership experience from global firms such as Anexinet, Computer Sciences Corporation, DataChannel and Accenture.

Dell Boomi says the new appointment reflects the company’s commitment to strengthening its global channel and demand for its integration Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) solutions for enterprises.

“David’s deep industry and operational experience, combined with growing global demand for iPaaS cloud integration will help further Boomi’s position as the number one integration cloud for companies of all sizes,” Corkery says.

Tavolaro also believes that Boomi is a strong contender in the cloud space, saying that the company has ‘revolutionised’ cloud integration.

 “I’m thrilled to join Boomi and contribute to its advancement and leadership in the fast-growing iPaaS market. Using the Boomi platform, forward-thinking partners will capitalize on an incredible opportunity to power digital transformation for their customers to drive innovation and help them leapfrog the competition,” Tavolaro concludes.

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