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API, Microservices and integration

 
2021-03-11

Integration as a Service

Most of us would agree to that connectivity through integration and APIs is a necessity for digital transformation and further innovation. Nevertheless, many organisations are still stuck with old integration infrastructures and point-to-point integrations, making it very hard for them to enable access to information and transform their businesses. Ultimately this will threaten their existence, as the competition will find ways to do this transformation or new competitors will emerge to gain new market shares. Why is this so hard and are there ways to make it easier to gain access to efficient integration and API infrastructures?
Written by Fredrik Svensson
2020-12-09

Support organizational change with Salesforce and MuleSoft Anypoint Platform

Digital transformation is not only about digitized information and louds of technology, it is also about organisation and new processes. Having digitized your business content and opened up to exchange data in smarter ways means that you have also established a foundation for evolving your business processes and organisational structure to face the challenges and opportunities of the digital revolution.
Written by Fredrik Svensson
2020-12-03

Increase operational efficiency with Salesforce and MuleSoft Anypoint Platform

Digitization and access to new tooling creates new opportunities to introduce new processes and methodology to support new ways of working. This can include to involve customers or partners in new ways in your supply chain, use feedback from customers to strengthen your product offerings, introduce new payment flows or whatever can be done to increase efficiency in your business.
Written by Fredrik Svensson
2018-10-02

The connected reality is here – is your organisation there?

Over the past couple of years we have both talked and blogged about the digital transformation, with connectivity through APIs & integration being an integral part of the transformation. We (and others with us) have argued that you need to act to not be overrun by your competition and explore the possibilities of the digital future. Judging by recent studies it is time to conclude that the connected reality is already upon us. The remaining question is whether your organisation is embracing it or not?
Written by Fredrik Svensson