Deploy Connections with Amazon Alexa

Last updated Wed May 18 2022

This powerful solution will set you up for success with your Amazon Alexa – it includes instructions on how to:

  • Create a simple Listener service
  • Define and direct requests and responses to Amazon Alexa 
  • Create the processed response message


Amazon Alexa’s voice AI capabilities are one of the most exciting innovations in the technology sector. This technology allows voice command technology to be used by many different applications to make people’s lives even easier than ever. 

You can adopt Alexa’s technology with this solution to effortlessly initiate actions in the AtomSphere platform using simple voice commands, to save you time and effort. 

Start by creating a simple listener service in AtomSphere to track the voice commands that you dictate. Then, you will direct from Amazon Alexa to responses within the AtomSphere platform. You will also create response messages to indicate a request was processed. These quick steps will establish your Amazon Alexa and Boomi connection.

Use this simple solution to engage Alexa’s voice commands to enhance your experience building connections and automated workflows in Boomi’s robust platform. 

The recipe qualifies for Boomi’s Recipe Program.

Qualifying customers get access to Boomi’s Recipe Program* with the purchase of a Boomi subscription. As part of the Recipe Program you have direct access to a Boomi specialist to get you up and running with Boomi at no additional cost. Learn more

*Offer applies only to new customers and requires purchase of a qualifying Boomi subscription.

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