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Live Webinar on 11/29! How Digital Strategy Helped American Financial Resources Compete

Do you have lunch plans next Wednesday, 11/29? If not, why don’t you plan to treat yourself to some takeout, and register for our Webinar.
Our Live at Lunch Webinar features Bill Packer, the Chief Operating Officer of American Financial Resources (AFR) and our New York Region Managing Director, discussing the strategy surrounding AFR’s decision to transition to cloud-based infrastructure.
In an hour we plan to ask our client’s advice on what to consider when prioritizing a digital strategy, whether he’ll give us some insight on what he could have done differently – if anything, and how this modernization has empowered his employees as well as his customers (both in the B2B channel, and direct-to-consumer) to take control.
I bet you wouldn’t believe that he was actually hired specifically for his attitude toward innovation to transition AFR.  Mortgage banks are in the financial…

Using a Dynamic Process Counter Within Dell Boomi Tutorial

Dell Boomi continues to lead the iPaaS platform and for a third year in a row, Dell Boomi AtomSphere, a leading provider of Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS), has again been positioned by Gartner, Inc., in the “Leaders” quadrant of the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise iPaaS.
Tallan’s Dell Boomi Certified development team is constantly and regularly providing content and context to help our clients achieve their integration goals with our preferred iPaaS platform.
This Tallan video explains the use of a dynamic process counter that can be used to iteratively repeat over a process in a loop until a particular “count” has been met or exceeded.
This is useful and very common in most programming use cases but not as straightforward to implement dynamically in a Dell Boomi Process.
 
The Data Process Shape uses the following Groovy code:
 
import java.util.Properties;
import java.io.InputStream;
import com.boomi.execution.ExecutionUtil;

for( int…

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