Boomi Case Study: Republic Indemnity-Transforming Workers' Compensation

Republic Indemnity Company of America has been meeting the workers’ compensation needs of small and midsize businesses in California and the western United States for nearly half a century. Republic Indemnity’s goal is to consistently provide customers with quick and reliable service. To accomplish this, Republic Indemnity sought to streamline its processes through a business-to-business (B2B) connectivity solution.

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Cloud VoIP Mobility Buyer’s Guide

These days, a lot of employees work remotely. The most visible of them are those who are traveling for business, but there are also those who work from home or in small and/or remote branch offices. Even small companies can have overseas employees, and many of them may switch among any combination of these work situations at different times. In any case, all represent different types of mobile workers and cloud VoIP providers offer a variety of ways to keep such workers connected.

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For manufacturers, business success can be influenced by a strong quality management system. This case study looks at how metal stamping manufacturer Ralco Industries uses the Plex Manufacturing Cloud to automate quality. Read More

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Arias Motors

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