Steampunk Joins MuleSoft’s Tech Partner Program to Further Support Gov’t Clients

Steampunk Joins MuleSoft's Tech Partner Program to Further Support Gov't Clients - top government contractors - best government contracting event

Digital design services provider Steampunk has joined a MuleSoft program that seeks to help customers build application programming interfaces and integrations.

MuleSoft, a subsidiary of Salesforce, offers technology partners access to the Anytime Platform in efforts to help them manage customer experience and accelerate delivery time, Steampunk said Wednesday.

Kate Abrey, executive vice president and general manager of Steampunk's emerging markets sector, said the partnership seeks to simplify customers' transition to new applications and systems.

McLean, Va.-based supports federal clients in the areas of cybersecurity, data exploitation, DevSecOps, digital platforms and design and strategy.

Mulesoft partners with other vendors that offer software applications designed for government, financial services, retail and healthcare sectors.

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