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MuleSoft appoints new vice president for A/NZ South

Application integration software company MuleSoft has appointed Marc Caltabiano as its regional vice president for A/NZ South.  

Based in Melbourne, Caltabiano will be responsible for driving growth, strategy, innovation and leadership for the A/NZ South region, including Victoria, South Australia, Western Australia and Tasmania.

Caltabiano joins MuleSoft with more than 25 years’ experience in the IT industry with proficiency in enterprise architecture, professional services and sales.

Most recently, he was at with Oracle where he held a variety of senior positions over a two-decade period, in areas such as technology consulting services, enterprise architecture and technology sales across Australia and New Zealand.

His last role prior to joining MuleSoft was as vice president of solution consulting for Australia and New Zealand.

Will Bosma, MuleSoft vice president of Asia-Pacific says, “We are excited to have Marc join MuleSoft in Australia at a time of strong market traction and opportunity driven by organisations that want to speed innovation with application networks to deliver differentiated customer experiences, new revenue channels, and entirely new business models.”

On his appointment, Caltabiano says, “I am thrilled to have the opportunity at MuleSoft in building on the already impressive customer base which includes Energy Australia, Realestate.com.au, Toyota Australia, Village Roadshow, and working with our industry partners to foster the adoption of application networks.  

“At the same time, I’m looking forward to applying my industry experience and skills to support our customers through their digital transformation, which will remain a constant and ongoing activity in the next few years.”

MuleSoft says their mission is to help organisations change and innovate faster by making it easy to connect to the world’s applications, data and devices.

The company says its API focused Anypoint platform is being utilised by over 1,000 organisations in approximately 60 countries to build application networks.

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