6 reasons you don’t want to miss MuleSoft Summit London

MuleSoft Summit London

MuleSoft Summit is returning to London on Tuesday, 13th of November at the ExCel Centre.  The one-day event will provide hands-on sessions focused on driving digital transformation and innovation for CIOs, IT leaders, architects, and developers.

At MuleSoft Summit London you will have the chance to attend breakout sessions and enjoy face-to-face interactions with MuleSoft customers to learn how they’ve built an application network. You can also join guest speaker Kate Russell from BBC’s Click programme and other technology leaders from our customer base such as Mars, UCAS, Clarks, and Air Malta discuss why when everything is connected, anything is possible.

What you’ll experience at MuleSoft Summit

Attendees will gain access to expert-led sessions demonstrating how leading brands are using MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform™ to easily connect any application, data source, or device in a standardised way—regardless of where it resides. As a result, MuleSoft customers can accelerate innovation to deliver differentiated customer experiences, new revenue channels, and entirely new business models.

6 highlights you won’t want to miss at MuleSoft Summit London

#1: Executive keynotes on the power of application networks and the product roadmap for Anypoint Platform.

#2: Best practices and use cases from some of our flagship EMEA customers.

#3: Engage with a variety of senior MuleSoft executives including founder Ross Mason through one-to-one engagement and executive briefings.

#4: Sessions tailored to all functions of your business, including IT executives, architects, and developers.

#5: Dedicated partner expo to collaborate with customers on digital transformation initiatives.

#6: Complimentary on-site certification and training opportunities.

Tickets are running out fast!

Space is limited — register today for the MuleSoft Summit London.

Image source: Sanjna Verma, Product Marketing Manager at MuleSoft


 


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