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Red Roadster Joins the MuleSoft Partner Program to Deliver Integration Platform and Services for Connecting Applications in the Cloud and On-Premises

Red Roadster today announced its partnership with MuleSoft, the company that makes it easy to connect applications, data and devices, to provide consulting and services for the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform™, the only unified integration platform for SaaS, SOA and APIs.

Red Roadster’s integration expertise and knowledge of the demands of vertical markets, coupled with technology leadership from MuleSoft, gives clients the support and tools they need to effectively bring together the explosion of endpoints and data that exist today.

“Today’s winning companies gain competitive advantage by automating business processes across SaaS applications, data sources and APIs. Through its partnership with MuleSoft, Red Roadster is enabling its customers to achieve their business goals through integration,” said Brent Hayward, vice president of global channels and services at MuleSoft. “We’re pleased to welcome Red Roadster into MuleSoft’s world-class partner ecosystem and look forward to working together to deliver significant business impact to our mutual customers. With MuleSoft and Red Roadster, organizations can connect their essential systems to deliver a comprehensive single source of data.”

“Utilizing MuleSoft’s powerful approach to integration, Red Roadster is strategically focusing all of our integration experts on implementing the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform for our Fortune 500 and mid-market customers. We believe that MuleSoft’s growth trajectory aligns with Red Roadster to secure one of the top positions in integration technology consulting,” said Amanda Roberts, CEO of Red Roadster. “Whether you need us for a single project, for continuous integration, or an all-inclusive solution, Red Roadster can get you live on time and on budget.”

As a Strategic MuleSoft Consulting Partner, Red Roadster ensures clients can address on-premises, cloud and hybrid integration use cases with scale and ease of use.

About Red Roadster

At Red Roadster, we believe the key is to integrate your disparate array of applications, technologies and devices required in today’s demanding work environment – including applications hosted in the Cloud. With extensive experience in connecting CRM, knowledge management systems and your vital business applications through MuleSoft Anypoint Connectors, Red Roadster brings enterprise-level business and technical consulting, top-line developers and a proven implementation methodology to your multi-point integration project. With more than 200,000 hours of enterprise application experience and more than 100 engagements including 20% of Fortune 100 companies that span multiple industries, Red Roadster is the leading choice to integrate all your essential systems, accelerate your ROI and ignite your business. For more information, visit redroadster.com.

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