How MuleSoft engineers are growing their careers in the field in Buenos Aires

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Our Buenos Aires office is home to our Engineering hub, and a large portion of our Buenos Aires team are developers and engineers. However, what you may not realize is that a growing number of them are actually not on our Engineering team at all. They are working directly with our customers on solving some of the biggest integration challenges they have that impact their business, and at the same time, partnering with the Engineering team to influence our product and provide feedback straight from the customer.

Muleys share how our core values define our culture

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At MuleSoft, we value what we call “Muley DNA,”  which are four core values that guide us to be better, help us inspire each other, and drive us to build an amazing company. These four values have always defined us and are our North Star––from when we were a small startup with big ideas to now, as one of the fastest technology companies.

MuleSoft at MuleSoft: Building integrations to accelerate sales compensation

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Hi, I’m Henry and I lead the Global Sales Compensation team at MuleSoft. My team and I create and operationalize the company’s sales compensation plans, determine quotas, and provide critical feedback on sales performance across all sales functions.

Meet a Muley: Avi Karnon, VP Global Support

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In his three years at MuleSoft, Avi has grown from Senior Director to VP of Global Support, building his team to solve the major technology challenges our customers face!

Meet a Muley: Gonzalo Ozdy, Services Engineer

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Gonzalo joined MuleSoft’s Buenos Aires office in January 2017 and since then, he has been rocking the Global Services team as a Services Engineer.

3 ways MuleSoft’s Account Development team prepares you for a career in sales

I have wanted to be a salesperson ever since a Silicon Valley CEO guest lectured my favorite college class at UC Berkeley. “We’re always selling,” she said. “If you want to be a leader of any kind of organization, you need to build credibility and learn how to influence people.” I knew I wanted to be a leader, so I figured that that launching my career in a sales organization would challenge my intellect, broaden my understanding of business,

MuleSoft named one of the top best places to work in the UK

We are excited to announce that MuleSoft’s UK offices – in London and Reading – have been named best places to work in the UK by the Sunday Times. We opened our first office in EMEA in London and, just last year, we expanded to Reading. Today, we have a number of offices across the EMEA region, including Germany, the Netherlands, and Sweden.

MeetUp 2018 through the eyes of Muleys

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As a fast-growing company, one of the biggest challenges we face is how to maintain our close-knit, collaborative culture as we scale. About 9 years ago, our then 24-person, globally distributed team gathered in San Francisco for one week of face-to-face working sessions and team building, planting the seeds for an event that would later become a core driver in maintaining global connectedness—MeetUp.

The power of Positive Leadership

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Recently, I had the pleasure of presenting some of my work at MuleSoft during a seminar put on by Bobbie LaPorte on the topic of Positive Leadership. Bobbie is an experienced Executive Coach and tri-athlete, she recently completed her Master’s degree in Positive Leadership and Strategy.

In my work with Bobbie and through her education on Positive Leadership, she identified ways that I had been practicing some of the principles in my leadership style,

How to build a successful career: 5 lessons for approaching professional development

February 2 2018


I thank my lucky stars every morning I walk into the office, as I’m pretty sure I have the best job on the planet. A big part of my job is building an environment in which incredibly talented sales professionals can grow substantially as both professionals and individuals.  Working with my team, I often hear, “What do you wish you could tell your 27-year-old self?” After nearly two decades building teams, I’ve come to realize a few key lessons.