Start Connecting with Fiix

Last updated Mon Jun 13 2022

Begin your journey with Fiix which includes:

    • Quick steps for configuring the Fiix Partner Connector
    • Query, Create, Update and Delete records for specific Fiix CMMS objects


Fiix is a cloud-based, AI-powered computerized maintenance management system (CMMS). Fiix helps companies manage all of their maintenance, including thousands of assets, work orders and parts, in one place.

The Fiix Partner Connector allows you to seamlessly integrate Fiix CMMS with intersecting systems so that you can access maintenance-specific data such as assets, work orders, purchase orders, and more.

This recipe includes detailed steps on how to configure the Fiix Partner Connector. After the connection is established the Fiix Partner Connector allows you to work with various objects exposed through the Fiix API, meaning that you can access all CMMS related data and methods to work with assets, purchase orders, work orders, and more. The connector supports the Query, Create, Update, and Delete operations.

Get started working with the Fiix Partner Connector today to help build powerful integrations with ERP systems like SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, NetSuite, and Sage for parts, inventory adjustments and purchasing! Find out more about Fiix and Boomi here:

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