Boomi’s Industry-Leading Platform Extends Existing FedRAMP Authorization to Add Workflow Automation Service

Boomi™, the intelligent connectivity and automation leader, today announced that Boomi Flow, the company’s low-code workflow automation service, has achieved Federal Risk Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) authorization. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) issued the three-year authorization to operate (ATO) to Flow as a part of the Boomi AtomSphere™ Platform. With Flow, agencies can quickly, easily and securely connect data across systems and databases, replace manual processes, build applications, and collaborate cross-functionally.

FedRAMP provides a standardized approach to security assessment, authorization, and continuous monitoring for cloud products and services, so federal agencies can securely and confidently provide seamless integrated experiences and modernize. In FY 2019, federal civilian agencies reported 28,581 security incidents to the Department of Homeland Security. The program aims to increase the government’s cybersecurity posture as agencies migrate to the cloud.

“Government leaders are balancing challenges with legacy technology, IT staffing, modernization and more while navigating complex cloud technologies,” said Neil Kole, Chief Information Officer at Boomi. “As they continue to embrace cloud solutions, their networks need to be secure, compatible, and cost-effective. We are among only a select group of companies in the world to have achieved this robust compliance standard. Now with Boomi Flow earning FedRAMP authorization, we demonstrate our continued commitment to supporting our federal agency partners like the USAID and Veterans Affairs (VA) as they achieve mission success at home and abroad.”

Boomi’s dedicated public sector team provides optimal support to federal, state and local government agencies, meeting FedRAMP requirements that include over 325 controls across 17 control families, monthly reporting and annual audits. Flow joins other Boomi platform services that have been FedRAMP authorized since 2019, including API Management, Integration, and Master Data Hub.

Federal agencies can now access Flow as a part of the Boomi AtomSphere Platform on the FedRAMP Marketplace – the central, online portal of approved cloud service offerings available for federal government use.

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As a category-leading, global software as a service (SaaS) company with the largest customer base among integration platform vendors, Boomi touts a growing user community of over 100,000 members and one of the largest arrays of global systems integrators (GSIs) in the iPaaS space. The company boasts a worldwide network of approximately 800 partners, including Accenture, Deloitte, SAP, and Snowflake; and partners with the largest hyperscaler cloud service providers, including Amazon Web Services, Google, and Microsoft, among others.

Boomi has been positioned as a Leader in the Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (EiPaaS) for eight consecutive years.

The company recently earned the Gold Globee® Award in the Platform as a Service (PaaS) category, and garnered a prestigious 5-star rating in the CRN Partner Program Guide, a definitive list of the most notable partner programs from industry-leading technology vendors that provide innovative products and flexible services through the IT channel. Boomi’s cloud-native, low-code platform helps organizations across all industries connect data applications, streamline workflows, and deliver more integrated customer experiences.

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