The platform will become generally available next week, according to Salesforce.
Salesforce has announced that Mulesoft Composer will move into General Availability on March 15. Composer is a solution that gives enterprises a no-code way to build integrations into Salesforce.
MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce is built on the company’s Anypoint Platform. It is also the only integration solution embedded in the Salesforce UI. Business teams can use Composer to securely automate integrations to Salesforce and various systems, according to Mulesoft,
This in turn will allow them to quickly launch digital projects without writing any code.
Companies are moving quickly to “digitally transform”
Salesforce says that organizations are shifting to digital-first customer experiences. In fact, 58% of customer interactions became digital in the past year, according to McKinsey & Company. Every digital experience requires access to data. Traditionally, companies lock such data in various systems that only IT can access.
Employees need to be able to unlock data and automate integrations, according to Mulesoft. This will allow them to complete more digital projects and deliver connected experiences. Composer aims to help them do just that, they say.
Automating integrations can boost speed and productivity
MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce helps business teams to compose a true 360-degree view of the customer, the company says. This will allow them to deliver connected experiences faster by automating integrations to common systems directly in Salesforce.
Composer offers a library of pre-built connectors, including NetSuite, Salesforce, Workday, Slack, Google Sheets and Tableau.
Meir Amiel, CPO, MuleSoft, discussed the move. “Across every business function and industry, our customers are reimagining their customer, employee, partner and product experiences.
“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.”