Integration is often the bottleneck keeping organizations from digitally transforming. Data is necessary in order to achieve digital transformation — but that data lives in thousands of systems and apps — slowing down innovation.
Getting data from and into Salesforce is one of the biggest challenges for Salesforce administrators, especially when it comes to figuring out which data loading tool to use. There are many great data loading solutions provided by multiple vendors; however, when it comes to customer choice, dataloader.io is the #1 data loading tool available through AppExchange.
In this blog, we’ll summarize why dataloader.io is the top choice and show how to get started using it.
In April 2013, hackers hijacked the Associated Press’ Twitter account to post one fake tweet about two bombs exploding at the White House and the President being injured. As a result, the stock market went into a 143-point free-fall before the hoax was exposed and Dow Jones Industrial Index recovered. The entire episode may have only lasted 3 minutes, but thanks to programmed trading, billions of dollars can be made or lost in milliseconds.
Since I joined the company this summer, one of my main tasks has been to improve the connector certification program. To do this, I’ve engaged with partners, developers and MuleSoft employees; to further familiarize myself with our technology and processes, I decided to build my own Google Translate Connector. I’ve learned a lot by going through the process and wanted to share some resources I found most useful as I was building my connector.
Leveraging Predictive Analytics to Lower 30-Day Re-admit Rates
Sutter Health is a not-for-profit health system serving more than 100 communities in Northern California. Each year, its 5,000 physicians care for more than 10 million outpatient visits and discharge more than 200,000 in-patients.
As healthcare systems transition from “fee for service” to “fee for value” reimbursement models, there is an increasing focus to drive down 30-day re-admission rates,
Businesses strive to build closer relationships with customers to improve customer experience and ultimately, grow revenue. However, to better serve customers, sales teams need to have a wealth of information at their fingertips. Making data housed within back office enterprise applications available to the field is critical to businesses looking to cater to existing and potential customers. Moreover, access to this vital data enables sales teams to close bigger,
Even as SaaS adoption explodes and business processes move to the cloud, organizations still have crucial data locked in on-premises and legacy systems, and they aren’t going anywhere.
More and more companies are seeking new integration strategies to deal with these hybrid environments, and struggling with how and where to integrate them. This Thursday, join MuleSoft’s Chris Purpura, VP of Cloud Integration and Dan Diephouse,
APIs enable companies to tap into digital assets to create new revenue streams, extend their value proposition through partner-delivered capabilities, and dramatically improve agility and responsiveness to new business opportunities. But APIs are no magical elixir. “Build it and they will come” may work in the movies, but in the universe of APIs, it couldn’t be further from the truth.
The success of an API hinges on adoption by the developer community –
When looking at options for your next generation integration platform, the development language of the underlying ESB should not be a primary concern. .NET teams in particular often constrain their search to only .NET-centric ESBs, ultimately leaving them few options. If you find yourself in this position, here are a few things to consider:
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.