Applications Programming Interfaces (APIs) have risen in popularity and adoption by financial services, which has been thrust into the API economy by regulatory involvement in open banking and PSD2, evolving customer expectations, and the growth of fintech startups bringing technology to every aspect of banking. APIs fuel innovation and elevate customer experiences by enabling banks to enhance their web portals and mobile applications, extend payment systems, and expand their offerings by exposing data and services to customers and partners.
In this session, RapidAPI’s Founder and CEO, Iddo Gino:
-Explores the driving forces behind this rise in adoption for APIs in financial services
-Examines the types of APIs being created and exposed by banks around the world
-Presents a set of recommendations for doing APIs smartly based on information from more than a dozen different banks
Iddo Gino, CEO & Founder & Idit Oryon, Head of Global Partnerships - RapidAPI
Companies are increasingly investing in APIs as an essential element for making enterprise systems and services more responsive and adaptable. However as the API economy begins to grow, what has become apparent is that APIs are key for building new business models, digital strategies, and partnerships. As companies begin to invest more heavily in APIs and look to take advantage of this new economy, the questions remain: How do companies actually drive revenue using APIs? What are the business drivers behind exposing APIs? What are the best practices for pricing? Are there industry standards for developing an API Monetization Strategy or is it still the Wild, Wild West?
Join Iddo Gino, Founder and CEO at RapidAPI, and Idit Oryon, Head of Global Partnerships, as they examine the monetization of APIs and drive clarity around some of the most common questions:
- What is the best API Strategy to put in place when considering monetization?
- What are the most common API business use cases?
- What are the best pricing models for APIs?
- How can my organization get started?
RapidAPI is the world's largest API Marketplace — used by over one million developers to discover and connect to thousands of APIs.
Using RapidAPI, developers can search and test the APIs, subscribe, and connect to the APIs — all with a single account, single API key and single SDK. Engineering teams also use RapidAPI to share internal APIs and microservice documentation.
With the average organization consuming hundreds of internal APIs, it has become increasingly challenging for developers to find and share APIs and more difficult for organizations to manage them. To add to this, many companies are looking to share APIs with partners and customers to create microservices, new integrations, and product solutions.
A centralized API Hub is needed to manage friction, prevent resource duplication, and break the data and engineering silos. An API Hub provides a single place for organizations to publish and share the APIs that they are building and allow others to easily discover and search for them through a managed, centralized environment.
Join RapidAPI Founder and CEO Iddo Gino as he discusses how to:
-Overcome the discovery, connectivity, and governance challenges that come with APIs
-Evaluate the top requirements for an API Hub to determine what is needed for your organization
-Integrate an API Hub environment with existing systems, gateways, portals, and infrastructure
Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) have emerged as a key component of enterprise modernization efforts. With the proliferation of APIs across the enterprise comes a new set of challenges, necessitating an API strategy that encompasses the full API cycle from private to public APIs. With the API economy projected to be upward of $2 trillion in the next few years, companies are scrambling to quickly build an effective API program.
Join RapidAPI Founder and CEO Iddo Gino as he discusses the:
-Rise of APIs and the types of APIs being used today
-Best practices for building an API program
-Five components required for building an effective API strategy
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