Digital Assets, Creating Value?

"Lunch & Learn" webinar , 27 June 2018

Ricston is launching a series of 30-min “Lunch & Learn” webinars led by Kevin Jervis, our Chief Architect. The series will be interesting and beneficial for decision makers, and Architects who have yet to realise full potential of their iPaaS, through benefits such as improving time-to-market, cost savings and enabling business users to be more self-sufficient and effective.

The webinar is now available on-demand. Please follow this link to access.


Many organisations consider how best to expose digital capabilities using an API led connectivity and microservices based platform, but are they truly prepared to effectively realise the outcomes intended and maximise the benefits of such approach?

How to make sure that tens of thousands lines of code created during individual projects are transformed into company’s assets and are not just being forgotten after “go-live”?

What organisational and operational changes need to be considered to maximise ROI?

Those are just some of the questions that IT leaders need to consider when thinking about their integration strategy.

During our series of “Lunch & Learn” webinars Kevin Jervis will discuss these and other questions and share best practices around implementation of successful integration strategy with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.

By following Ricston’s series of webinars you could learn from our experience and expertise on how to build, implement and successfully measure the success of the model and understand whether the implementation of a modern hybrid connectivity platform conditions a company’s transformation for success.

[If you have a question or suggested topic you would like to see addressed in the Webinar Series, please contact us using the form on the right, or email]


  • The Digital Transformation challenge
  • API’s as fundamental building blocs of Composable Enterprise
  • 3 Pillars of successful Digital Transformation
  • Addressing connectivity platform and technical debt


Kevin Jervis Chief Architect

With over 10 years of experience in delivering enterprise integration solutions, including design and implementation of API-led connectivity, service-oriented architectures, and microservices across hybrid and bimodal IT landscapes, Kevin became a recognised visionary and evangelist of API-led connectivity and a new IT operating model – Centre for Enablement.

During his time at MuleSoft, Kevin contributed knowledge, intellectual property and tangible assets to MuleSoft’s global knowledge and methodology repository, as well as additions and enhancements to their developer website documentation.

Globally recognised for a peer nominated constructive feedback award having identified significant opportunities for new platform capabilities, which he worked with the product management and engineering teams to see realised throughout 2015.

Kevin’s knowledge, advocacy and feedback was instrumental in the successful adoption of a hybrid integration platform for API, SaaS, cloud and mobile by a leading global Consumer Package Goods (CPG) organisation.

Currently Kevin is providing thought-leadership for Ricston’s strategic accounts and leads the development of Ricston’s own C4E.

*We reserve the right at all times to confirm final attendees and prioritise spaces to each session, we may cancel or postpone the event without obligation, though would endeavour to email the address registered in the event of any change in your registration. You will receive your access information 5 working days before the event subject to acceptance of these terms.

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