Our MuleSoft integration practice is managed by Jaime Garcia, a senior software architect and engineer consultant. Among his many endeavors for Software Next Door, Jaime was assigned to work for MuleSoft for 18 months as a lead software engineer working on the development of MuleSoft's Dataloader.io product. Dataloader.io provides MuleSoft integration with Salesforce.com and has been the leading product downloaded on the Salesforce.com App Exchange since October 2012.
As part of our integration practice, Software Next Door just released a Beta version of CloudCaller.io, which integrates Salesforce.com and Twilio cloud services. CloudCaller.io enables sales, customer service and marketing representatives to take and make inbound, outbound and conference calls from Salesforce.com using Twilio's communication services. The product is intuitive, and can be installed and configured by users without the need for software engineering support. CloudCaller.io uses the Open CTI in Salesforce.com and Twilio APIs. The product will be commercially available and listed on the Salesforce.com App Exchange in the October time frame.
MuleSoft implementation support can be provided by Software Next Door at a customer's site, or remotely from our development Center in Queretaro, Mexico. Queretaro is one of Mexico's largest IT centers, and is in the same time zone as the US. Our software engineers offer high quality MuleSoft and Java expertise, speak good English and are competitively priced. Customers using services rendered remotely from Mexico can achieve substantial savings since our engineers do not incur travel costs or US cost-of-living expenses. We have substantial experience working remotely for US-based customers. Because of the NAFTA treaty between the US and Mexico, there are no quotas or time restrictions for our software engineers to obtain visas; we can be on-site quickly and for extended periods of time with no hassle.
- Enterprise Application Integration
- salesforce.com Integration