Meet a Muley: Colin Laird, Account Executive

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I work on the Sales team in our Sydney office as an Enterprise Account Executive at MuleSoft focused on organizations in the Financial Services and Insurance industry in what’s called ANZ North. ANZ North is the New South Wales and Queensland regions within Australia. If you boil it back, my role involves two responsibilities:

  1. Represent what MuleSoft does in the clearest and most succinct way, thereby helping organizations identify and plan on making the most effective and strategic changes to their business

Meet a Muley: Facundo de la Cruz, DevOps Engineer

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What’s the most interesting problem you’re working on solving right now?

As a DevOps Engineer in our Buenos Aires office, right now, I’m working on a project monitoring system integrations. There are a few legacy solutions that will be deprecated, so I’m using some of the company’s automation tools to migrate all these checkpoints, monitors, and alarms to a new system. It’s a very interesting project because if your monitoring solution is generating a lot of alerts, people tend to ignore them; then one day a very critical alert could be ignored. This project allows us to integrate everything into one system, with very specific metrics, which helps ease the monitoring solution.

Meet a Muley: Melissa van der Hecht, Solutions Consultant, Partnering with Customers to Help them Solve Critical Business Challenges

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What’s the most interesting problem you’re working on solving right now?

In my role as Solutions Consultant on the Pre-Sales team, I find the complex transformational projects the most interesting; there are so many different parallel streams of work and the role of integration can vary a lot between them.  For example, a few of the customers I’m currently working with are undergoing large scale legacy modernisation and migration to the cloud, alongside opening access to their data and trying to provide re-usable services that are safe to innovate on as well as fulfil business-critical processes.  Having to think about a piece of integration from many different perspectives and different consumer experiences, rather than just how we can integrate with a specific system, is fascinating to get my brain stuck into.

Inside MuleSoft APAC: Getting AMPed

April 19 2017

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I’m writing this having a coffee and looking out at a view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House, in a brand new office built to accommodate plenty more passionate Muleys in the coming months. It’s pretty remarkable to be here right now because just four years ago, there was no coffee, no office, no view. Four years ago, I had just started at MuleSoft as employee number one for the APAC region. I knew I was embarking on something special—the leadership, particularly in the field organization, is unparalleled (I’ve worked with some of the leaders at previous organisations). The more I learned about the market opportunity at hand and the absolute potential for growth and impact, the more I was hooked and haven’t looked back.

MuleSoft’s Technical Field Team is Expanding to Reading, UK

March 31 2017

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Since 2010, London has been home to our flagship office in EMEA, and we’ve made tremendous strides in growing that office. Our offices in this region are relentlessly focused on delivering exceptional outcomes for our customers like Spotify, Dixons Carphone, and Unilever, along with many others throughout EMEA. With a product that’s built on cutting edge technology and creates true digital transformation for our customers—we’re proud to have just won the 2017 UK Cloud Award for Most Innovative Enterprise Product of the Year—our technical field team naturally is vital to the business. We’re excited to now have an office that our technical field team members can call their own in Reading in the UK!

Debugging Support: The Buenos Aires Team

March 23 2017

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In traditional Support teams, a Support Engineer usually receives cases from the customer, tries to troubleshoot them and if they cannot solve the issues by themselves, they escalate it to the product team. At MuleSoft we decided to build the team in a completely different way —composed of professionals with backgrounds in software development, testing, and infrastructure.

“None of the members of Support had actually worked in a support role before MuleSoft.”

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Meet a Muley: Glenn Berry, Strategic Account Executive Helping Businesses Drive Digital Transformation

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Tell me about your role at MuleSoft.

I am a Strategic Account Executive at our San Francisco HQ, ultimately responsible for MuleSoft’s relationship with some of our strategic customers on the West Coast. Although I have a commercial focus, what motivates me every day is ensuring that my customers are wildly successful and, as a result, expand their relationship with us.

#nosmudamos — MuleSoft Buenos Aires moves to Puerto Madero

February 13 2017

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For the last five years, our beloved Corrientes Avenue office was home to most of the projects that the company has seen, as our engineering hub is in Buenos Aires. As we’ve gained more customers and taken on bigger technical challenges, we need more people to help us build more innovative products and take on these challenges—time for a bigger space and a fresh new look. Hello, Puerto Madero!

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17 reasons to join MuleSoft in 2017

February 9 2017

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Since its beginning, MuleSoft has been a truly global company: Our founder started in England and traveled to Buenos Aires to build the first version of MuleSoft years ago, then a headquarters in San Francisco was founded, and today we have offices across five continents. We asked 17 Muleys across the world what their favorite thing is about working at MuleSoft so you can see what it’s like to be a Muley in your part of the world. Read their responses below, and check out our over 175 open positions to find where you can make the biggest impact.

Why I chose tech sales over investment banking

January 26 2017

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Today marks the one-year anniversary of my frenzied winter break job application spree. It was frenzied because, as a history major who figured out she wanted to work in tech, I was clueless as to what jobs existed for non-engineers. Ultimately, I ended up applying to nearly 70 jobs and setting up chats with 20+ people in the industry–friends of friends, my academic advisor’s daughter, the guy I adopted my pet cockatiel from, literally anyone who would talk to me. It was not the most strategic method, but it succeeded; I’m at work right now, at MuleSoft, one of the very companies I applied to last year. Recently, my boss asked me how I found out about MuleSoft, and he laughed at the story–I Googled “medium sized tech companies in San Francisco” and found the job posting in a listicle that also included photos of hip office spaces with plants and exposed brick.