Webinar: “The 5 Biggest Pitfalls with Integrating Salesforce and MuleSoft”
By Carol Sykes, Bits In Glass
Are you starting to develop Salesforce integrations with MuleSoft technologies? If so, you might be interested in our BIG Expert series webinar: “The 5 Biggest Pitfalls with Integrating Salesforce and MuleSoft”. Since acquiring MuleSoft in May 2018, it’s safe to say Salesforce and MuleSoft are two technologies that everyone is talking about this year and probably into the next.
Over the 6 years or so that Bits In Glass has been integrating Salesforce and MuleSoft (about 75% of our MuleSoft projects have some form of SFDC integration), BIG experts have run into some interesting situations integrating large MuleSoft and SFDC projects. Aaron Wetzell, BIG’s Director of Professional Services for our MuleSoft practice was kind enough to share some of these gotchya’s in our last BIG Expert Webinar. And he would know. Aaron runs our MuleSoft professional services division and brings 20 years of expertise specializing in IT Development in the design and development of enterprise-level migration, integration, and web-based technologies. Meaning, he’s the guy you want to talk to about this.
During this webinar Aaron walks you through:
- The biggest pitfalls integrating between Salesforce and MuleSoft
- How to evaluate your integration project so that you don’t fall into one of these pits
To learn the 5 Biggest Pitfalls with Integrating Salesforce and MuleSoft and How to Avoid Them watch our on-demand webinar.
Next up in our BIG Expert Series we will be talking about a common problem “How to Manage API Calls Using Salesforce Batch APIs”. Sounds fun, and just a bit techy, so come on out if you want to learn all about how Batch APIs can solve your API call limit woes. Join us on January 23rd, 2019 at 11:15 am MST – Register today!
For a full list of upcoming webinars please go here.
About the Author
As the intrepid guide of the BIG Marketing team, Director of Marketing Carol Sykes is always ready with an interesting story and to share a laugh. Her love of technology marketing is reflected in over 20 (and a bit) years experience and she’s always digging into new and innovative ways to get the word out about how technology can support, drive, and transform our world for the better.
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