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MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce connects apps and data to Salesforce

MuleSoft, provider of an integration and API platform, has introduced MuleSoft Composer, to enable business teams to integrate apps and data. The first generally available Composer solution, MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce, is built on the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform and the only integration solution available inside of Salesforce.

Business teams can now securely automate integrations to Salesforce and various systems to quickly launch digital projects and enable success from anywhere through connected experiences without writing any code. 

“Across every business function and industry, our customers are reimagining their customer, employee, partner and product experiences,” said Meir Amiel, CPO, MuleSoft. “MuleSoft Composer will continue to expand our vision to help companies realize speed, agility and efficiency by empowering anyone—from IT to now business?to unlock apps and data with clicks, not code, and without losing security and governance.”

In Salesforce’s Trends in Workflow Automation report, 82% of business users say they need access to data and IT capabilities to stay productive as digital projects increase, and 95% of technical leaders are prioritizing automation.

As customers demand more from companies, employees need to be able to unlock data and automate integrations to complete more digital projects and deliver connected experiences. However, in the State of Business and IT Innovation report, 59% of business users say siloed apps and data will hinder business growth and revenue and negatively impact customer experience.

MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce will become generally available on March 15, 2021.

NetSuite, Salesforce, Workday, Slack, Google Sheets and Tableau connectors will also become generally available in March 2021.

For more information, visit www.mulesoft.com.

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