Australian open banking platform company Basiq today announced a partnership with global integration vendor Mulesoft to offer a compliance product for the data portability scheme. Basiq will become an official partner of the Salesforce owned company. Under open banking, Australian banks must share customers’ data with other organisations in a

Capgemini is buying independent MuleSoft full-service constancy, WhiteSky labs to help support the digital transformation of public and private sector organisations.  According to the company, 150 people from WhiteSky lab will join the Capgemini team. The transaction is due to close, subject to usual conditions, in the coming weeks. Olaf

Specialist MuleSoft integration consultancy WhiteSky Labs has received an investment from Salesforce Ventures. The capital will be used to expand internationally and capitalise on the growing demand for middleware. Founded in Australia in 2009, WhiteSky Labs is focused on MuleSoft, which was acquired by Salesforce in 2018 for US$6.5 billion.

The NSW government’s insurer, iCare, does not use any on-premise IT systems, instead employing a cloud only approach. Its CIO says the decision to go cloud only allows iCare more flexibility and agility via its API strategy. “When iCare was formed we made a deliberate decision to be a cloud

Yeah, you read that right. In a deal that eclipses its acquisition of Mulesoft last year, Salesforce has announced it will spend $15.3 billion on data visualisation business Tableau. That’s more than two and a half times what it paid for Mulesoft. The news comes just days after Google revealed

Salesforce executive Rob Thorne has been appointed Vice President APAC for MuleSoft, while former VP for APAC Will Bosma has been named VP of Japan. Thorne joined Salesforce through the ExactTarget acquisition in 2013 and over the course of his over eight-year tenure has steadily risen through the ranks. Most

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Businesses are struggling to provide personalised, connected experiences and their customers have taken notice. And while they’re not happy about it, consumers will still navigate through disconnected systems in order to get things done. That’s a key takeaway from a study commissioned by API company MuleSoft, which was recently acquired

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Salesforce is embarking on its biggest acquisition to date, agreeing to buy MuleSoft for $6.5 billion in a cash and stock deal. The CRM giant will pay $44.89 per share for Mulesoft, a 36 per cent premium on yesterday’s closing share price. Under the terms of the transaction each Mulesoft

IT is trapped in a tactical view of the world and is ill equipped to genuinely transform businesses, according to a whitepaper from MuleSoft. “IT teams are favouring tactical improvements rather than focusing on more transformative initiatives that deliver long-term business value,” the authors said. Sign up for Which-50’s Irregular

Companies that can successfully assemble and re-assemble themselves quickly to take full advantage of their data and application assets will out compete their peers and give themselves a fighting chance of survival in an increasingly disrupted world according to MuleSoft CTO Uri Sarid. MuleSoft provides a connectivity layer between applications,