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The High Performance Message Infrastructure Market research report provides all the information related to the industry. It gives the markets outlook by giving authentic data to its client which helps to make essential decisions. It gives an overview of the market which includes its definition, applications and developments, and manufacturing technology. This High Performance Message Infrastructure market research report tracks all the accurate developments and innovations in the market. It gives the data regarding the obstacles while establishing the business and guides to overcome the upcoming challenges and obstacles.

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High-performance message infrastructure is a technology that offers a single shared messaging provision for more efficient, better, easier and safer integration of services across an extensive range of platforms. Moreover, this infrastructure functions efficiently even in instances where connectivity is irregular and allows for the prevention of data loss and consistent system operation.

Competitive landscape:

This High Performance Message Infrastructure research report throws light on the major market players thriving in the market; it tracks their business strategies, financial status, and upcoming products.

Some of the Top companies Influencing this Market include:

Amazon Web Services, Inc., Confinity Solutions GmbH, International Business Machines Corporation, MuleSoft LLC, a Salesforce company, Oracle, Red Hat, Inc., SAP SE, Solace, TIBCO Software Inc., TWILIO INC.,

Market Scenario:

Firstly, this High Performance Message Infrastructure research report introduces the market by providing an overview that includes definitions, applications, product launches, developments, challenges, and regions. The market is forecasted to reveal strong development by driven consumption in various markets. An analysis of the current market designs and other basic characteristics is provided in the High Performance Message Infrastructure report.

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The region-wise coverage of the market is mentioned in the report, mainly focusing on the regions:

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  • Middle East and Africa
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Killexams : Turvo Joins MuleSoft Technology Partner Network

Partnership combines Turvo's Collaborative TMS and MuleSoft's Anypoint Exchange to collectively Strengthen visibility and deliver a seamless experience to customers faster

SAN MATEO, Calif. , Nov. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Turvo, provider of the world's leading collaboration application designed for the supply chain, today announced it has joined the MuleSoft Technology Partner Program and has contributed to the partner ecosystem by releasing a MuleSoft Certified API specification. This collaboration will contribute to the partner ecosystem as a custom MuleSoft Certified Connector for Turvo. The Turvo Connector, available on MuleSoft's Anypoint Exchange, will allow companies to simplify integration with the Turvo Collaboration Cloud and gain effective visibility across the entire supply chain. This collaboration will deliver a seamless experience to customers across platforms and services.

With a handle on various parts of the supply chain, including inventory, freight, logistics, driver management, shipment tracking, and more, Turvo offers the most advanced cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) in the industry. Turvo can leverage the MuleSoft Certified connector to bring more value to its end customers. Customers looking to supplement their supply chain or TMS workflows with account-related or financial information can use MuleSoft's connector, as it integrates these existing systems seamlessly.

"We're very excited to partner with MuleSoft and deliver efficiencies for a better way to work," said Scott Lang, Chairman & CEO of Turvo. "In logistics, most supply chain partners are outside the four walls of your company, so collaboration between people and systems is critical. The MuleSoft Certified Connector for Turvo will both deliver further ROI on customers' IT investments and enable them to stand above and apart from the competition."

"Industries are facing new demands that push them to accelerate the pace of digital transformation," said Dan McAllister, senior vice president of global alliances and channels, MuleSoft at Salesforce. "The Connectivity Benchmark Report shows that integration challenges are slowing down critical digital initiatives for 88% of organizations. This partnership allows our mutual customers to enable any team to integrate apps and data and automate business processes, to innovate faster and enable game changing customer and employee experiences."

The MuleSoft Technology Partner Program includes leading enterprise software companies across both functional applications, such as CRM, enterprise resource planning (ERP), marketing automation, and HCM, as well as across industries, including financial services, healthcare, retail and media and telecom. Using MuleSoft, technology partners help customers achieve greater speed, agility, and efficiency. MuleSoft makes it easy to unify data to deliver a single view of the customer, automate business processes, and build connected experiences. Each integration becomes a reusable building block using a modern API-led approach. The result is empowered business users who can do more with less, quickly creating workflows and integrations that drive efficient growth and faster time to value – instead of wasting time on repetitive tasks and complex integrations.

MuleSoft customers can learn more about Turvo by visiting: www.turvo.com

About Turvo

Turvo provides the world's leading collaboration application designed specifically for the supply chain. Turvo connects people and organizations allowing shippers, logistics providers, and carriers to unite their supply chains, deliver outstanding customer experiences, collaborate in real-time, and accelerate growth. The technology unifies all systems, internal and external, providing one end-to-end solution to execute all operations and analytics while eliminating redundant manual tasks and automating business processes. Turvo's customers include some of the world's largest, Fortune 500 logistics service providers, shippers, and freight brokers. Turvo is based in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Dallas, Texas, and Hyderabad, India. (www.turvo.com)

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Salesforce, the global CRM leader, empowers companies of every size and industry to digitally transform and create a 360° view of their customers. For more information about Salesforce, visit: www.salesforce.com.

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Killexams : Top 7 digital transformation trends to drive efficient growth in 2023

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A couple of years ago, the pandemic drove an urgent acceleration in digital transformation initiatives. It pushed companies (of all sizes) to invest in advanced technologies to survive in the new normal. However, those investments were not just a few blips on the radar. The ensuing economic uncertainty, combined with changing customer needs, has led enterprises to double down on their efforts — with a renewed focus on operational efficiency, productivity and resilience. 

As this trend continues, Salesforce-owned Mulesoft has identified seven digital transformation aspects that will be key to overcoming operational pressures and driving efficient and sustainable growth in 2023.

Automation for efficiency

While enterprises have already been adopting automation, Mulesoft suggests that, in 2023, the investment in the technology will go beyond isolated cases. The aim will be to help business leaders do more with less. This will eventually help them drive efficient growth, enhance productivity and generate cost savings amid business uncertainty caused by surging inflation, rising energy costs, growing labor shortages and geopolitical conflict.

According to a Deloitte survey, 53% of organizations have already started implementing robotic process automation (RPA). Meanwhile, Gartner forecasts that, by 2024, hyper-automation will allow organizations to lower operational costs by 30%. By 2025, the market for hyper-automation software will hit nearly $860 billion.

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“Everybody wants to automate the work they do; meanwhile, we’re in an economic situation where businesses must prioritize cost efficiency. Automation is about creating ways of working that can save time while continuing to drive efficient growth, and simply doing more with less,” Brent Hayward, CEO of MuleSoft, said.

Composability for agility

Agility is the need of the hour, but most enterprises are failing to achieve it because of legacy technologies and data silos. According to Mulesoft, in 2023, companies will address this problem by widely adopting a composable enterprise strategy. This will enable teams to reuse their existing capabilities to adapt to changing market needs, helping them gain customer loyalty and growth in a cost-effective and strategic way. 

Gartner predicts that, by 2023, 60% of mainstream organizations will list becoming a composable enterprise as a strategic objective, and those adopting this approach will outpace their competition by 80% in speed of implementing new features.

IT teams are under constant pressure to meet digital transformation needs. But the talent needed to drive these initiatives is in shorter supply than ever. This, Mulesoft suggested, will be solved in 2023 with the widespread adoption of low code/no-code tooling.

With these tools, we’ll see more organizations create fusion teams combining business and technology experts, empowered to accelerate transformation projects to meet tight deadlines. In fact, according to Gartner, IT departments that empower their business users in this way are 2.6 times more likely to accelerate their digital transformation projects.

Total experience (TX) for customer and employee backing

Enterprises have long focused on improving customer experience (CX) to drive growth, safeguard revenue and ensure loyalty. However, they have now come to realize that improving the employee experience (EX) is equally critical to success.

As such, Mulesoft estimates that, in 2023, an increasing number of leading organizations will look at total experience (TX) as a means of improving the journeys of both customers and employees, particularly in the areas where they intersect. This will create superior shared experiences and drive additional business value by reusing existing technology investments that are foundational to key customer and employee experience initiatives.

As per Gartner’s predictions, by 2026, 60% of large enterprises will use TX to transform their business models to achieve “world-class customer and employee advocacy levels.” Plus, by 2024, organizations focusing on total experience will outperform competitors by 25% in satisfaction metrics for both CX and EX.

Automated data intelligence

While organizations are focusing on being data-driven, most of the data assets needed to generate actionable intelligence remain siloed and locked across systems. In 2023, Mulesoft said, companies will address this problem with a modern, composable approach to integration. This will pave the way to creating a data fabric that connects data across platforms and between business users.

By embedding real-time analytics into this data fabric, organizations will be able to automate decision-making, dynamically Strengthen data usage and cut data management efforts by 70%.

More layered and integrated cyber defenses

According to Mulesoft, growing investments in distributed architectures and edge technologies will result in greater security risks in 2023. In response, the company said, organizations will adopt the cybersecurity mesh approach, where “a flexible, composable architecture integrates widely distributed and disparate security services.”

Gartner says that by 2024, organizations adopting this architecture will reduce the financial impact of security incidents by an average of 90%. However, in order to succeed, they will need to manage connections, APIs, compositions and automation bots from a single administration interface.

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Sustainability will be a point of focus

CXOs have been extremely vocal about environmental sustainability, given its benefit to the planet as well as its potential to differentiate a business as a “green crusader.”

According to Mulesoft, in 2023, companies will look to drive sustainability in their operations by using a composable enterprise strategy to unlock and integrate data and applications, and applying automation and analytics to derive insights. 

Currently, some 90% of technology leaders recognize sustainability as a key IT objective in their organization and expect budgets for it to increase by 10-20% over the next three years.

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Killexams : Groundbreaking Study Finds WELL Certification Boosts Occupant Satisfaction and Perceived Health, Well-being and Productivity

NEW YORK--()--A new study in the Journal of Building and Environment found that WELL Certification drives significant benefits across occupant satisfaction, perceived health, well-being and productivity.

The peer-reviewed study, titled “Impact of WELL Certification on Occupant Satisfaction and Perceived Health, Well-being, and Productivity: A Multi-Office Pre- Versus Post-Occupancy Evaluation,” is the largest and most comprehensive longitudinal research of its kind. It analyzed the impacts of WELL Certification on occupants across four perspectives: satisfaction with the workplace, as well as physical and mental health, well-being, and productivity. Using extensive pre- and post-occupancy survey data, the analysis was able to assess the impact of WELL Certification on the people inside a space when compared to their experiences before certification.

According to the study’s survey findings, WELL Certification showed a series of statistically significant occupant benefits, including:

  • A near 30% improvement in overall satisfaction with the workplace, which jumped from 42% to 70%.
  • A 26% overall increase in reported well-being scores.
  • A 10% increase in mental health and a 2% increase in physical health.
  • A 10-point jump in median productivity scores.

The research team analyzed the impact of WELL Certification using more than 1,300 pre- and post-occupancy survey responses from six companies in North America with analyses conducted at both the aggregate and company level.

“It’s exciting to see that, for the first time, researchers have published rigorous longitudinal research that provides a holistic view of the tremendous benefits of WELL Certification,” said Rachel Hodgdon, President and CEO, International WELL Building Institute (IWBI), the creators of the WELL Building Standard. “This study shows unequivocally how WELL, with its people-first approach, supports wide-ranging benefits for occupants and organizations alike, creating significant improvements in all-important areas of occupant satisfaction and health, well-being and productivity.”

WELL is the leading global framework for scaling health across buildings, organizations and communities. Developed over a decade and backed by more than 7,000 studies demonstrating the latest scientific research, WELL outlines key building-level interventions and organizational strategies across 10 categories: Air, Water, Nourishment, Light, Movement, Thermal Comfort, Sound, Materials, Mind and Community. Today, WELL is being used in 125 countries, by more than 100 of the Fortune 500 companies and across more than 4.2 billion square feet of real estate.

In addition to finding that WELL Certification increased overall occupant well-being by 26%, the study also found it helped occupants feel more energized, more motivated to work and more confident that the workplace is conducive to health as well as an increased sense of pride in being a part of the organization.

In the study’s analysis at the organizational level, the findings on the impact of WELL Certification were similar. Every company in the study saw sizeable advances in overall occupant satisfaction. All saw marked improvement in overall perceived mental health, with one company jumping as high as 14% in its average perceived mental health score. The average productivity score also improved for all companies, ranging from 1.39% to as much as 6.72%. Lastly, the average scores for well-being increased considerably for all companies.

“For a long time, the community has been waiting for a systematic evaluation about the effectiveness of WELL in achieving its goals,” said Dr. Wangda Zuo, advisor and author of the study and professor at Pennsylvania State University. “This study takes a major step forward in helping fill this research gap by providing significant evidence showing the positive impact of WELL Certification.”

WELL Certification represents the highest pinnacle of health and well-being under the WELL Building Standard, spanning 108 features across all 10 categories in WELL. It provides a roadmap for improving the quality of our air, water and light with inspired design decisions that not only keep us connected but facilitate a good night's sleep, support our mental health and help us do our best work every day.

“WELL is not only the most comprehensive building certification program for health and well-being globally, but it’s also the most rigorous because of its requirements to test and verify through a third party. Rooted in the science and resolute on accountability, WELL provides real impact in the market,” said Dr. Whitney Austin Gray, senior vice president of research at IWBI and a co-author of the study. “This longitudinal study, consistent with all the case study literature, confirms WELL’s ability to Strengthen occupant perceptions of health, well-being and productivity. It also shows definitively how a robust measurable system like WELL can help other organizations reap similar benefits.”

“Based on what we know from other research, our hypothesis held that the human-centered design strategies found in WELL would have a positive impact on health and well-being,” said Nasim Ildiri, lead author, who is with the University of Colorado, Boulder. “The study overwhelmingly confirmed that hypothesis, showing notable improvements across each of the four major areas examined: satisfaction, health, well-being and productivity. For organizations and companies, the study verifies the material benefits of WELL, which could very well serve as another powerful accelerant for healthy building adoption.”

To learn more about key insights, please see an article summarizing findings from the research study here.

About the International WELL Building Institute

The International WELL Building Institute (IWBI) is a public benefit corporation and the world’s leading organization focused on deploying people-first places to advance a global culture of health. IWBI mobilizes its community through the administration of the WELL Building Standard (WELL) and WELL ratings, management of the WELL AP credential, the pursuit of applicable research, the development of educational resources, and advocacy for policies that promote health and well-being everywhere. More information on WELL can be found here.

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Killexams : Kurt Geiger sizes up MuleSoft APIs to deliver a perfect fit for partners

The retail industry has been experiencing a huge amount of turmoil over the last few years, with high street stores closing in their thousands and consumers cutting back on spending.

British shoe designer Kurt Geiger, which operates over 70 stores and 530 concessions worldwide, was already in the process of re-defining where and how it distributed goods as the pandemic hit.

This included re-evaluating its concession and wholesale partners, particularly in the UK, depending on the direction of their business strategies. Gareth Rees-John, Chief Digital Officer at Kurt Geiger, says:

There's been a huge amount of downward pressure on the retail industry over the last few years. Some of our partners had responded in ways that perhaps were not fully aligned to our brand strategy. We very much didn't want to get into a pricing war, a Black Friday frenzy with different partners and different code usage that was going on.

Pre-pandemic, Kurt Geiger had been distributing goods via partners in two main ways. The first was wholesale, where the retailer buys the stock up front and commits to a sell through. This is a well-tested method for the brand, particularly for new markets and dealing with large-scale partners such as US partners Nordstrom and Dillard, where it’s still in place to great effect.

Then there was the concession model, where the third-party distributor would hold the stock, but Kurt Geiger would retain ownership of it. This latter model brought challenges, as Rees-John explains:

One of the problems was we had all these pots of stock in different places. If you are distributing through multiple partners, you'd have stock in multiple places all upon your own ownership still. When you didn't really know exactly what was going to sell where the fastest, we came across all sorts of availability issues and sell-through problems.

The shoe maker decided to shift to dropshipping. With the dropship model, instead of a third-party partner like Farfetch or John Lewis dispatching the stock from their own warehouse to their customer, Kurt Geiger distributes products directly from its own warehouse to the partner’s customer. Or as Rees-John puts it: 

They retain the customer relationship. We just do the shipping of our products to them directly.

If the shoe fits 

Kurt Geiger needed technology that would enable dropshipping, letting the business plug in its stock from a single warehouse or multiple warehouses, and then distribute it across a variety of different platforms. The objective was to gain better control over the stock and more efficiency in moving goods.

One of the firm’s biggest costs is its stock inventory and therefore maximizing sell-through rates, particularly at full price, is fundamental to success. Rees-John explains: 

From an EBITDA point of view, it clearly makes sense, and also from a brand values point of view - first price, right price - and getting the value/cost equation right.

The company originally looked at whether it could shift to dropshipping using its current technology stack, but that would prove tricky as it had multiple integration points and different pieces of information that would need to be linked up from its own business to its partner network.

Kurt Geiger was already a fair way along its digital transformation across the organization at this point, and had gone down the path of micro-services as it built a fully composable architecture for its current direct-to-consumer (D2C) sites. Rees-John recalls: 

We were moving - as most businesses are trying to - rapidly from a monolithic structure that we have with Magento [Adobe Commerce] to a micro-service and composable layered solution, where we built a lot of microservices for our front-end web platforms, including a GraphQL front end and a React website that was interchangeable and giving us real speed and agility in our engineering.

The firm wanted to mirror this approach for its partner business, and sought a product that would wrap its order management systems services in an API technology on one efficient platform. It carried out a full RFI process to evaluate emerging vendors and the main players with a proven track record in delivering for similar businesses, along with talking to peers and looking at research, and MuleSoft came out top across all those areas.

Once the shoe designer had started engaging with MuleSoft on how it could get the order management services wrapped in APIs on their platform, the process was extremely quick. Building the first APIs happened in a matter of weeks, says Rees-John: 

From signing the contract and agreeing this was the way forward we wanted to move, to getting our first dropship out with MuleSoft was a matter of about 12 weeks. The idea of utilizing APIs wasn't new to us, but the ease of how the MuleSoft platform allowed us to do it was surprising.

MuleSoft initially trained Kurt Geiger’s in-house engineers on using its platform, and the 30-strong team got to grips with the tech rapidly. The team built the APIs hand in hand with MuleSoft the first time to understand how to use the platform, according to Rees-John: 

It wasn't a lift and shift and let somebody else do this for us, it was very much a self-serve operation and an upskilling of the in-house team. We don't like black box technology. We like to understand what we're trying to implement and therefore it gives us a greater understanding and frankly it's a lot more engaging for our engineering team.

Reusable

Using the MuleSoft tech, Kurt Geiger created reusable APIs that connected its order management system with partner systems and reduced onboarding time for dropship partners from eight months to just 12 weeks. This was a world away from the firm’s previous tech platform, based on multiple integration technologies with different user interfaces, which was slow, prone to errors, and required a vast amount of monitoring and engineering resource.  Rees-John says: 

Like many businesses, we've built multiple services based out of our Magento feeds and our order management system, which was in Manhattan, and our ERP at the back end in Retail Express. We were customizing many different sources of information through that order management system and then customizing those further every time we wanted to integrate to a new partner. This was laborious and messy to try and keep a tab on changes, and when things broke, there were many points of failure we had to look at.

With the new MuleSoft tech in place, sell-through rates have improved. Having stock in one stock pot means that the firm can maximize availability for partners and distribute stock more effectively. According to Rees-John: 

We can switch on and off pots of stock for different partners. We own a stock inventory pot at our end. There’s also the ability for the D2C platforms to be the first and last place things are sold. We can choose to only sell through our direct channels or we can change catalog depending on differing customer behavior based on these patterns.

Previously, Kurt Geiger didn’t have this level of control over its stock and instead had to guess consumer patterns up front at the start of the season, he adds: 

You set off with the greatest intentions with a partner, but things happen. Some are much more successful than they thought they were going to be for that season, others less so. If your stock’s caught up in that situation, then you're never going to get the full sell-through from it.

The availability improvements garnered by switching from a concession to dropship model have led to a dramatic increase in generated revenue. The business is selling through more goods as availability is better for that particular consumer set.

Time saved in the engineering team has also led to a big cost saving, as the engineers aren't having to maintain old integration points, and partners are moved through the system quickly. Rees-John concludes: 

We talk about 12 weeks, but it’s really the partners that tend to slow us down now more than anything else. The biggest time spent is actually in the QA and the testing, which is making sure that the finance and the stock flows are correct at the end of it.

Where a partner has got a very simple API solution at their end with a very fast platform, we have delivered all the tech changes within a matter of weeks. If we were just doing it, we could probably get a dropship up in six weeks.

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Killexams : MuleSoft Channel Chief McAllister: Joining Us With Tableau, Salesforce Programs ‘Great For The Partners’

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‘The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,’ MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister says.

A combined partner program for Salesforce and its subsidiaries Tableau and MuleSoft will supply partners one contract and one partner portal to work with as opposed to multiple while also simplifying how partners with one subsidiary can expand practices in other areas of Salesforce, MuleSoft channel chief Dan McAllister told CRN in an interview.

McAllister – whose formal title is senior vice president of global alliances and channels – said that the combined partner program has been widely requested by partners. Although San Francisco-based Salesforce has been taking steps to bring in the partner programs of data analytics subsidiary Tableau and integration subsidiary MuleSoft throughout the year, the combined partner program will roll out to partners starting Feb. 1.

“The real benefit is the ability to understand how all of the (Salesforce Customer) 360 products work together,” McAllister said. “In almost every meeting I’m in with our integration partners, in particular, they’re thinking about it in terms of business solutions to the customer.”

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The combined partner program will still be led by Salesforce channel chief Tyler Prince. And although the MuleSoft partner employees will still have McAllister at the helm and Slack still has channel chief Richard Hasslacher, Tableau channel chief Julie Bennani departed the company in October.

While partners and customers should benefit from a combined program, Salesfroce itself will have more data available on partner success and specialties, McAllister said.

“We also capture information on them (partners) and how they’re performing, where their skill sets are, what unique IP (intellectual property) they have, what credentials they’ve built over the years,” he said. “And for them promoting into us and for our own internal people understanding the relationship – that’s now all in one place. So it’s efficient for them. It’s efficient for us.”

Here’s what else McAllister had to say.

Wade Tyler Millward

Wade Tyler Millward is an associate editor covering cloud computing and the channel partner programs of Microsoft, IBM, Red Hat, Oracle, Salesforce, Citrix and other cloud vendors. He can be reached at wmillward@thechannelcompany.com.

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Killexams : What Is A Certified PEO (CPEO)?

A certified PEO is a type of PEO that has met strict requirements set forth by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS). They have gone through a rigorous accreditation process that confirms they operate in a legal and ethical manner. In addition, they’ve passed a comprehensive background check and financial audit to verify they are of the highest levels of integrity.

If you decide to partner with a certified PEO, you’ll enter a co-employment relationship. This means you’ll maintain control of your organizational structure and the day-to-day tasks of your workers. Your certified PEO will step in and take care of the duties outlined in your co-employment contract. These often include providing employee benefits and handling functions such as payroll and tax remittance. All PEOs can offer benefits such as healthcare plans, retirement savings and other popular services.

Who Can Benefit From a Certified PEO?

There are a number of reasons you might want to consider a certified PEO. If you’re in an industry that must adhere to heavy compliance regulations, such as construction, a CPEO can be invaluable.

This is particularly true if you don’t have any experienced payroll and human resources personnel in-house. A certified PEO can help you stay compliant and offer access to attractive benefits that attract and retain top talent. In addition, if your business is growing quickly or has plans to do so, a CPEO can allow you to focus on running your business while knowing your employees are receiving the support they need.

CPEO vs. PEO

Professional employer organizations (PEOs) are designed to take on payroll, HR and benefits administration functions for small businesses. Employees are paid under the PEO’s employer identification number (EIN), rather than the EIN of the business that partnered with them. PEOs also handle tax reporting.

A CPEO is a PEO that has been certified by the Internal Revenue Service. Certified PEOs have met extensive financial and experience requirements and chosen to complete a certification process that proves they’re stable and responsible. Additionally, they’re held liable for all employment taxes on behalf of the businesses they partner with. You can outsource payroll taxes to a CPEO without worrying about being penalized for any errors.

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Killexams : Turvo Joins MuleSoft Technology Partner Network

Partnership combines Turvo's Collaborative TMS and MuleSoft's Anypoint Exchange to collectively Strengthen visibility and deliver a seamless experience to customers faster

SAN MATEO, Calif. , Nov. 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- Turvo, provider of the world's leading collaboration application designed for the supply chain, today announced it has joined the MuleSoft Technology Partner Program and has contributed to the partner ecosystem by releasing a MuleSoft Certified API specification. This collaboration will contribute to the partner ecosystem as a custom MuleSoft Certified Connector for Turvo. The Turvo Connector, available on MuleSoft's Anypoint Exchange, will allow companies to simplify integration with the Turvo Collaboration Cloud and gain effective visibility across the entire supply chain. This collaboration will deliver a seamless experience to customers across platforms and services.

With a handle on various parts of the supply chain, including inventory, freight, logistics, driver management, shipment tracking, and more, Turvo offers the most advanced cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) in the industry. Turvo can leverage the MuleSoft Certified connector to bring more value to its end customers. Customers looking to supplement their supply chain or TMS workflows with account-related or financial information can use MuleSoft's connector, as it integrates these existing systems seamlessly.

"We're very excited to partner with MuleSoft and deliver efficiencies for a better way to work," said Scott Lang, Chairman & CEO of Turvo. "In logistics, most supply chain partners are outside the four walls of your company, so collaboration between people and systems is critical. The MuleSoft Certified Connector for Turvo will both deliver further ROI on customers' IT investments and enable them to stand above and apart from the competition."

"Industries are facing new demands that push them to accelerate the pace of digital transformation," said Dan McAllister, senior vice president of global alliances and channels, MuleSoft at Salesforce. "The Connectivity Benchmark Report shows that integration challenges are slowing down critical digital initiatives for 88% of organizations. This partnership allows our mutual customers to enable any team to integrate apps and data and automate business processes, to innovate faster and enable game changing customer and employee experiences."

The MuleSoft Technology Partner Program includes leading enterprise software companies across both functional applications, such as CRM, enterprise resource planning (ERP), marketing automation, and HCM, as well as across industries, including financial services, healthcare, retail and media and telecom. Using MuleSoft, technology partners help customers achieve greater speed, agility, and efficiency. MuleSoft makes it easy to unify data to deliver a single view of the customer, automate business processes, and build connected experiences. Each integration becomes a reusable building block using a modern API-led approach. The result is empowered business users who can do more with less, quickly creating workflows and integrations that drive efficient growth and faster time to value – instead of wasting time on repetitive tasks and complex integrations.

MuleSoft customers can learn more about Turvo by visiting: www.turvo.com

About Turvo

Turvo provides the world's leading collaboration application designed specifically for the supply chain. Turvo connects people and organizations allowing shippers, logistics providers, and carriers to unite their supply chains, deliver outstanding customer experiences, collaborate in real-time, and accelerate growth. The technology unifies all systems, internal and external, providing one end-to-end solution to execute all operations and analytics while eliminating redundant manual tasks and automating business processes. Turvo's customers include some of the world's largest, Fortune 500 logistics service providers, shippers, and freight brokers. Turvo is based in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Dallas, Texas, and Hyderabad, India. (www.turvo.com)

About Salesforce

Salesforce, the global CRM leader, empowers companies of every size and industry to digitally transform and create a 360° view of their customers. For more information about Salesforce, visit: www.salesforce.com.

MuleSoft is a registered trademark of MuleSoft, Inc., a Salesforce company. All other marks are those of respective owners.

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