The workplace has changed more in 2020 than the past 10 years due to the effects that COVID-19 has had on employees, the workplace, and the economy. It’s clear that organizations must pivot fast to adapt to changing customer needs and the shifting business landscape. You can achieve this level of agility by arming the people within your organization with the right data, digital capabilities, and resources. On top of this,
This post was written in partnership with Green Irony and Alexander Solomon, Lead Insurance Industry Marketing Managerat MuleSoft.
Many IT leaders are predisposed to think, “Why do I need to buy a platform to handle my integration needs? I’ve been handling my integrations with no platform up until now.” I understand that perspective, and as a software architect with a career spent in middleware and back-end integration,
In the past year, organizations around the world — regardless of industry — have been faced with unprecedented disruption. Organizations have needed to change day-to-day activities and entire operating models. Now more than ever, having a strong digital strategy in place is key to success. We have looked to digital leaders for their best practices and strategy moving forward. We had the opportunity to hear from MuleSoft customers about their proudest accomplishment on their digital transformation journey.
Every day, businesses are working toward becoming a ‘digital’ enterprise — but what does it mean to become digital?
Digital design is far more than simply putting your business online; it is changing the people, process, and technology operations of an organization. Thus the term ‘digital transformation’ was coined to show that this is a change in company strategy and not just a simple project. Organizations completely transform the way they operate.
Devenir un leader de la data : comment briser les silos organisationnels en adoptant un digital mindset
As data is more than ever fueling digital transformation strategy leading potentially to industry disruption and disintermediation, this blog discusses the importance of breaking organizational silos as a first step by challenging the status quo and establishing a culture of change: before facing the complexity of systems and architecture, IT leaders need to adopt a digital mindset.
For this installment of APIs Unplugged, Matt McLarty and Mike Amundsen sat down with ProKarma’s Lou Powell to talk about successful API integration efforts in the enterprise and his API IQ quadrant. Currently, a partner at ProKarma, an “experience engineering” company, Powell works closely with businesses to create pioneering experiences and accelerate outcomes, unlocking greater value and market leadership. He worked in advertising and digital marketing before launching his own business,
Kostas Williams, Manager of Architecture and Planning at Cbus, spoke at our MuleSoft CONNECT Digital event in June. Cbus is one of the largest industry superannuation funds in Australia. Serving the construction, building, and allied industries, it has more than 760,000 members and holds responsibility for north of $56.7 billion in retirement saving funds. Using MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform, Cbus has embarked on its digital transformation journey to provide a superior, connected experience for its members.
The future of the modern enterprise rests on the shoulders of the CIO. According to a recent survey of Fortune 500 CEOs, 63% said that the COVID-19 crisis would accelerate their digital transformation. Now more than ever, CIOs are being tapped to lead the organization through this change — amid challenges related to business continuity, reopening, and growth in the long term. Organizations look to their CIO to drive innovation, provide insight,
Organizations around the globe and across every industry have faced unprecedented disruption over the last few months — having to quickly stabilize their business and meet the new needs of their customers and communities, in addition to adjusting how they operate.
Earlier this year, our Connectivity Benchmark report found that 92% of organizations are currently undertaking digital transformation initiatives or plan to in the next year. While some organizations paused their digital transformation projects,
My customers say that the new ways of working brought on by COVID-19 have made a significant impact on the technology transformation initiatives they’re currently executing. Trying to do the same (or more) amid unforeseen circumstances is unsurprisingly not as productive. Projects and programs have been put on hold, reprioritized, or canned completely.
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.