Integration software company, MuleSoft, has achieved a 92 per cent total revenue growth YoY for the fiscal year 2015. The company said, in a statement, that its revenue has surpassed $US100 million and it now has nearly 900 enterprise customers.
MuleSoft president and CEO, Greg Schott, said the company’s growth is fueled by the global demand for its Anypoint Platform, which is used by enterprises to connect in new ways with their employees, partners, customers and devices.
“As companies make a shift toward becoming a digital business, there is a critical need to rapidly leverage new and existing assets and services. API-led connectivity can enable enterprises to create more efficient systems, processes and experiences, while securing and managing access across the enterprise.
“MuleSoft has emerged as one of the fastest-growing companies in enterprise software by providing rapid connectivity to any application, data source or device. We're poised for another year of exceptional growth, driven by increasing adoption of our platform by many of the world's largest organisations,” he said.
The company also recently closed an additional $US128 million in funding, bringing total financing to $US259 million since its founding in 2006; grew to more than 600 employees across 10 offices worldwide; and added veteran industry executive, Michael Capellas, to the board of directors.
It also expanded the MuleSoft partner program to more than 200 partners, including Accenture, Booz Allen Hamilton, CSC, Deloitte and PwC.