Dell Boomi (Boomi) the leading provider of a unified platform to build The Connected Business, from cloud integration to workflow automation, has announced the appointment of Mandy Dhaliwal as the company's new chief marketing officer (CMO). Dhaliwal will be responsible for driving global market leadership, awareness, demand generation, strategic events, and communications.
"Mandy is a proven leader that has the track record, energy and passion to play an essential role in Boomi's next wave of growth and innovation," said Chris McNabb, CEO at Dell Boomi. "Her ability to drive and build our global marketing efforts to showcase how the Boomi platform is transforming our customers make her the perfect addition to our business."
Dhaliwal brings to Boomi more than two decades of experience in driving growth and innovation strategies across the cloud and software markets. Prior to joining Boomi, she served as Fugue's CMO and played an integral role in launching the company and driving market traction. Prior to that, Dhaliwal held senior marketing leadership positions at BlazeMeter (acquired by CA Technologies), SOASTA (acquired by Akamai Technologies), EMC (acquired by Dell Technologies) and Legato Systems (acquired by EMC). She holds a Master of Business Administration degree from Pepperdine University and a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration, Management and Marketing from Simon Fraser University.
"I am extremely honored to join the Boomi team and be part of a company culture that is truly committed to putting the customer first," said Dhaliwal. "Boomi is the number one choice in this industry for thousands of customers and is very well positioned to continue its growth and expansion during this exciting era of the fourth industrial revolution. I am looking forward to leading the marketing team to create high-impact programs that illustrate how Boomi's market-leading platform can quickly unlock the value of disparate enterprise data assets to deliver strategic business advantage and positive customer experience."