The future of the enterprise is composable — where business capabilities are easily accessible as modular, interchangeable building blocks. However, IT can’t deliver this vision all on their own, which is why we built MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce.
In this blog, you’ll see the latest on MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce and how you can begin to strategically implement it in your enterprise. Check out these five resources for getting started with MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce:
This announcement blog post will give you an introduction to MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce and tells you what you can expect from this new offering. MuleSoft Composer was built to address the same integration challenges that IT faces, but for a different audience: knowledge workers in lines of business (LoB) who aren’t developers. See how this new MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce empowers non-developers to build integrations that benefit everyone.
Companies are being challenged to rethink how they deliver seamless digital experiences that today’s customers now expect while also future-proofing their business for change. With increased customer expectations stemming from new technologies, products, and business models, delivering the great experiences that meet those changing expectations requires fundamental change.
By using both the power of MuleSoft and Salesforce together, companies can meet the new digital expectations of their customers and drive new innovations. This eBook outlines the proper strategy for using these technologies with an API-led approach and showcases how MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce accelerates that innovation.
Following Salesforce’s acquisition of Slack, this blog takes a look at how this acquisition further extends the connected enterprise. It also covers how MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce can be used to automate tasks between Slack and Salesforce.
With MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce, organizations can automate various swivel chair processes that typically involve manual processes within several systems with just a few clicks. An example of this includes tickets being updated in Jira and then notifications being sent out to the proper accounts and teams when updates are available.
Integration plays a critical role in creating seamless customer experiences across channels, departments, and systems. To speed up Salesforce integration, organizations typically apply integration applications based on five patterns. These patterns are the most logical sequence of steps to solve specific types of integration problems, documented from real-world use cases. Download this eBook to learn more about how to implement these integration patterns in your Salesforce instance.
Finally, see MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce in action! Watch this demo to see how a sales ops team is able to automate workflows with out-of-the-box connectors like NetSuite and Salesforce — all with clicks, no code.
To learn even more about how MuleSoft enhances your organization’s use of Salesforce, see our 7 Salesforce integration essentials kit.