This article will present the concept of a “Digital Transformation Engine,” its value and ideal capabilities. Next, we’ll explore how Anypoint Platform is uniquely positioned to provide such capabilities and deep dive into the most common integration patterns and data sync strategies within the context of digital transformation.
How many have you heard that you need APIs for digital transformation? How about that this also requires cultural transformation? Let me guess: too many! Businesses are struggling when it comes to knowing what to look for, what actions to take, and how to make digital transformation work.
Digital transformation is more than just technology. Digital transformation prepares organizations to leverage the benefits of new technology to create business value.
Over the past few years, digital transformation has become a catch-all term for reimagining business in the digital age: it can refer to any process that uses digital technologies to solve for changing business and market requirements. Nearly all (97%) IT decision makers are involved in digital transformation initiatives at their respective organizations, but many struggle to define a clear strategy.
The role of the chief information officer is becoming ever more important as they drive organizations toward success with both business and technology in mind. We’ve rounded up some of the best CIO podcasts that talk about everything from digital transformation to cloud security to measuring the impact of IT.
MuleSoft CONNECT Sydney 2019 is MuleSoft’s premier event in the Asia Pacific region.
Let’s get something straight. Everyone hates technical debt. It’s not controversial.
As mentioned in my first post in this blog series, one of the 10 largest banks in the world found itself burdened with a complex, tightly coupled technology environment, leading to operational inefficiencies, a risk of missing out on new sources of revenue, and losing market share to its competitors.
Digital disruption is having a profound effect on every industry, but the changes are perhaps most striking in industries like manufacturing, transportation logistics, and retail. Companies must be able to deliver new products and experiences, quickly adjust to changes in the marketplace, make business processes smooth and invisible to the end-consumer and, most importantly, be agile. Customers simply won’t tolerate delays because of a supply chain issue,
With the world becoming increasingly digital and customer preferences radically changing, one global top-tier bank found itself handicapped by its complex technology landscape.