The days of monolithic platforms in the business world are over. Businesses and users demand best of breed applications in order to compete and drive efficiency. However, using multiple applications and vendors creates challenges for IT organizations who need to connect the dots and ensure consistent outcomes. SureStep is a global systems integrator specializing in the GRC space and has been connecting applications, data, and users for over a decade. In this webinar, SureStep will detail a client integration success story by detailing the challenges and solutions needed to make a multi-vendor, multi-application environment work. Boomi is a key vendor for SureStep and provide the platform for tying everything together in a consistent and repeatable manner. Boomi will review the core functions and capabilities of their platform and how that helps organization maintain consistent policies and governance levels across the modern enterprise.
Michael is an experienced senior consultant with deep knowledge of the business application of GRC, Data and AI technologies.
With over 14 years-experience working with the Global Fortune 1000, Mike specialises in engaging business and technology professionals within organisations to align Business and IT Strategy. This leads to more consistent and effective outcomes of digital transformation initiatives.
Mike started his BI career at Telus, where he oversaw the development of reporting solutions for their digital marketing and regulatory compliance group. Upon leaving Telus, Mike started SureStep where he has built the company into IBM’s largest global RegTech partner with offices in Toronto, New York, London, Singapore and Hong Kong.
Mike continues to lead the business growth while acting as the engagement leader and SME on various projects.
Principal Technologist and Evangelist
Scott DesBles is a storied veteran of the IT industry. For 25 years, Scott has worked in a variety of IT areas, with most of his career in data storage as a Principal Storage Architect and Product Manager. Scott started as a consultant performing large OS upgrades (remember NetWare?) and architecting large IP networks. One day in the lab he was working on a network configuration when a new product showed up to test. It was a Brocade Fibre Channel switch. From that day forward, Scott held many positions focusing on data storage, including building up several technical teams for a startup that was eventually acquired by Dell in 2011. Scott now focuses on helping customers design modern data services such as integration, APIs, and data discovery to unlock potential and accelerate their digital transformations. As a self-proclaimed geek and passion for technology, when Scott is not at work he is tweaking his smart home system, upgrading his holiday light show, or tinkering with new mobile technologies.