Across geographies and industries, business leaders are grappling with new norms of operating as the remote workforce becomes the next normal. With the COVID-19 pandemic, many organizations have adapted rapidly to new ways of working and managing remote workers.
In this context, new business priorities have emerged. Leadership has an onus to keep the workforce engaged, connected to central hubs and systems for business continuity, and minimized disruption while keeping employee welfare a top priority.
Nearly all (92%) of businesses are currently undertaking digital transformation initiatives or plan to in the next year, but many challenges come with this type of change, including integration. Salesforce recently did an interview with MuleSoft CTO, Uri Sarid, and Salesforce EVP of Solution Engineering for APAC and International, Dan Bognar about those challenges and potential solutions. In part one of this series, they discuss the technological angle of data and integration,
Every single day, I get a front-row seat to see how enterprise technology is transforming how we do business. And make no mistake, the world is changing more rapidly than ever before. The one thing that every company I work with has in common is everyone is trying to increase the clock speed of their business.
People working for SaaS, IaaS, and PaaS companies, especially those with highly regulated customers, know that the “request for” process can be a really painful business undertaking. Anyone involved in providing the materials for a Request for Proposals, or a Request for Information, or a Requests for Briefs (hereafter I’ll call them RFx) knows that they are very difficult and time-consuming to produce. For us at MuleSoft, when we participate in an RFx, there are numerous processes that involve our engineering,
In the early Internet era, we used to say that every company needed to become an Internet company to survive. At that time, many companies either did not know what this meant or were in denial as to the threat the Internet posed to their traditional business. Fast forward several decades, and we find the companies that are thriving are those that successfully extended their business to the Internet. Now, it’s the dawn of a new era –
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