1-Stop attends Mulesoft business roundtable event
James Skurray, GM of IT, attended the Mulesoft roundtable event in Sydney last week. The event discussed the importance of management attitudes when developing new technologies.
Many organisations are investing significant amounts in new IT tools and services. MuleSoft’s 2017 Connectivity Benchmark Report revealed that 95 percent of Australian companies have made “some” or “significant” progress towards their company’s digital transformation goals. However, senior management teams often remain locked in outmoded ways of thinking.
See how James and 1-Stop approach new technology methods in the media release.