Consumer technology moves fast. What’s shiny and new one day can quickly become a relic of the past when the next innovation or iteration comes along. Unfortunately, enterprises don’t have the luxury of simply plugging and unplugging technology into their digital ecosystem the way we as consumers unplugged our Sony Walkmans in favor of iPods and iPhones. This is especially true as we look to artificial intelligence (AI). AI has the potential to produce game-changing business outcomes based on data stored in legacy systems—if enterprises can figure out how to make it work.
As mentioned in my first post in this blog series, one of the 10 largest banks in the world found itself burdened with a complex, tightly coupled technology environment, leading to operational inefficiencies, a risk of missing out on new sources of revenue, and losing market share to its competitors.
The bank needed a solution that would enable innovation, increase the speed of project delivery, and improve the quality and performance of IT operations.
The CIO’s role is becoming more business-focused. As such, CIOs need to think more in terms of dollars and tangible business impact than ever before. MuleSoft experts recently published a framework to help IT leaders articulate the value of integration. In this blog series, we’ll go further into a significant integration value driver: the reusability of integration assets. Or, simply, reuse.
Digital disruption is having a profound effect on every industry, but the changes are perhaps most striking in industries like manufacturing, transportation logistics, and retail. Companies must be able to deliver new products and experiences, quickly adjust to changes in the marketplace, make business processes smooth and invisible to the end-consumer and, most importantly, be agile. Customers simply won’t tolerate delays because of a supply chain issue,
The HR tech market is projected to reach $30B by 2025. In addition to leading vendors like Workday, Oracle PeopleSoft, ServiceNow, and Coupa, there is a rapid increase in the number of vendors that specialize in HR automation, recruiting, payroll, benefits, people analytics, and more.
One of the most important parts of an organization’s API ecosystem is the community of developers who build applications that consume its APIs. The success of an API strategy often depends on understanding the target audience of developers for your APIs, identifying their different sub-groups, and then consciously growing the community.
Employee engagement has a significant impact on a company’s performance. MIT research shows that companies with top-quartile employee experience achieve twice the innovation, double customer satisfaction ratings, and 25% higher profits than organizations with bottom-quartile employee experience.
MuleSoft CONNECT San Francisco wrapped last week and was a huge success with 31 speakers and over 1,000 attendees. Topics ranged from how technology makes innovation more democratic to the impacts of digital transformation on both employees and customers.
Tic:Toc, an Australian fintech company, has been working to create a fully automated online home loan application system since its conception in 2015. By removing inefficiencies in the home loan approval and fulfillment process, the company launched its platform in July 2017, enabling customers to easily submit loan applications online to receive instant decisions on their applications.
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