Adam Arrowsmith

Community Debrief from Boomi World 2017

Blog Post created by Adam Arrowsmith Employee on Sep 28, 2017

Our first-ever Boomi World conference was last week in San Francisco!


The conference brought together hundreds of our customers, partners, and users for four packed days of customer stories and lessons learned, product tips and announcements, educational training and consultations, and--most importantly--connecting with fellow community members.


If you missed it, check out the full recap on the Boomi Blog: Boomi World: Four Days of Integration Insights and Inspiration.


While the conference may be over, Boomi World in the Community never stops! Here are a few things to look for in the near future:


Breakout Session Content

We will be posting breakout session presentation PDFs in Boomi World within the next two weeks or so. Unfortunately we are not able to post videos of the keynotes.


Be sure to follow the Boomi World space for updates and announcements. While you're there, why not start a discussion about what you learned at Boomi World 17?



We'll also be awarding some jazzy community badges for attendees and speakers so look out for those...!


Regional User Groups

Boomi World is the ultimate user group but there was a lot of interest from people wanting to continue that experience in their home cities. To date we've been helping customers in select cities start user groups but we're looking to expand the and provide a more formal structure for groups. Stay tuned for more details on the user group program in the coming months. In the meantime, if you're be interested in leading or joining a group, leave a comment below or contact


On a personal note, for some of us long-time Boomi employees (and maybe some of you long-time customers), we've been dreaming about hosting our own conference for years and are so excited Boomi World became a reality this year. And as community manager, it was awesome to finally meet a number of you and get to know the person behind the avatar .


For those of you who made it to Boomi World 17, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. For those who couldn't, I hope you can join us next time. But to everyone, thanks for being a part of the Boomi family.


See you around the Community!


PS: Attendees, if you haven't already, please take a minute to complete the conference survey email you should've received--we want to know how we can make the next Boomi World even better. Thanks!