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MuleSoft Accelerates Global Expansion in Response to Strong Market Demand

Newly Appointed Senior Executives to Help Drive New Enterprise Vision Worldwide

SAN FRANCISCO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/13 -- MuleSoft, provider of the world's most widely used integration platform to connect the New Enterprise, today announced the company has expanded its global presence with new regional headquarters in Sydney and Buenos Aires, led by vice president of Asia Pacific, Will Bosma, and director of LATAM sales, Patricio Perez Colmegna, to meet increasing global demand for its Anypoint™ Platform. In addition to the strategic expansion in these areas, the company has also established new regional offices in Atlanta and New York, and continues to see significant sales growth and continued momentum in emerging market territories, including Africa and the Middle East. MuleSoft's expanded presence across these geographies is the first of the many new regional operations planned that will include sales, pre-sales, consulting services and technical support, to cultivate rapid acquisition of customers and international expansion of MuleSoft's ecosystem of system integrators and partners. Customers in these regions include leading enterprises such as Telstra, Toyota Australia, Singapore Post and RedBalloon in APAC; Megacable Comunicaciones, Servicios de Capital Humano Axo and BBVA Banco Frances in LATAM.

To drive continued growth worldwide and increase MuleSoft's capabilities to execute in local geographies, the company also announced today the addition of three proven industry executives to the company's leadership team: Dave Wyatt, vice president of EMEA, Will Bosma, vice president of Asia Pacific, and Matt Kilguss vice president of North America. Wyatt joins from PKWARE, where he served as vice president of sales for EMEA; Bosma joins from Adobe as director of solutions consulting, APAC and previously as vice president of APAC sales at Oracle; Kilguss joins from SAP America as vice president of enterprise sales. These additions to the leadership team at MuleSoft are an important milestone to the company's international expansion strategy, establishing strong leadership to better serve customers in the regions and to meet increasing local market demand.

"As MuleSoft continues its accelerated growth, we have added three proven executives who are among the best in the industry, bringing unparalleled leadership and execution capability to our team," said Simon Parmett, senior vice president of worldwide sales at MuleSoft. "Dave, Matt and Will bring stellar track records of success, and each will play a key role in helping take MuleSoft to the next level. We're excited to have them leading the charge in their geographies, driving MuleSoft's vision to connect the New Enterprise on a global scale."

''MuleSoft is the backbone of all our systems -- it's integral to everything we do,'' said Paul Keen, general manager, development and technology at RedBalloon, one of Australia's fastest growing online retailers. "After reviewing multiple integration technologies, MuleSoft was the only solution to give us a competitive advantage by eliminating costly, time-intensive point-to-point integration. Most importantly, MuleSoft has allowed us to successfully implement and drive our customer initiatives, which are key to RedBalloon's customer-centric approach."

MuleSoft's accelerated international expansion comes on the heels of the company's recent funding announcement led by NEA, and the launch of its Anypoint Platform, the first and only complete integration platform to enable connectivity to any application, data service or API, across the entire cloud and on-premise continuum. Executing on its vision for connecting the New Enterprise, MuleSoft's Anypoint Platform enables enterprises and developers worldwide to take advantage of the explosion of applications and data by empowering them to generate a new wave of business opportunity through the on-demand connectivity of those endpoints.

"MuleSoft has become a global phenomenon, and we are expanding our physical presence to better serve the accelerating market opportunity," said Greg Schott, CEO of MuleSoft. "With the growing adoption of SaaS, mobile, Big Data and open APIs, there has been a massive explosion of endpoints and a resulting fragmentation of the enterprise. By allowing organizations to harness the power of their applications and data through integration, we have emerged as the de facto standard in providing the platform for connecting the New Enterprise. Through strategic global expansion, we're enabling legions of companies to gain competitive advantage through integration."

About MuleSoft
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting SaaS and enterprise applications in the cloud and on-premise. With the rise of cloud and mobile, enterprises face a choice: become overwhelmed by the resulting explosion of endpoints or seize the opportunity to gain competitive advantage. Founded on the idea that connecting applications should not be hard, MuleSoft helps organizations harness the power of their applications through integration. MuleSoft's Anypoint™ Platform eliminates costly, time-intensive point-to-point integration and creates business agility. Delivered as a packaged integration experience, MuleSoft's products are built on proven open source technology for the fastest, most reliable integration without vendor lock-in. Supporting billions of transactions per day, MuleSoft is used in production by thousands of enterprises, including Walmart, MasterCard, Nokia, Nestlé and Honeywell, and powers integrations with leading SaaS vendors such as salesforce.com, NetSuite, Workday, Intuit and Box.

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