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The Business of APIs Conference (BAPI) season kicked off last week in San Francisco.  In its sixth year, the conference hosted a wide range of talks with the common thread of how APIs are creating...
by Sara Reiner / September 16, 2013
APIs are transforming businesses by becoming the “connective tissue” that binds our data, apps, and customer experience.  Properly managing your API and keeping up with the latest best practices will...
by Julie Gibbs / September 05, 2013
No matter what industry you’re in, the Internet is changing your priorities. Maybe e-commerce completely changed the way your company connects with consumers, or mobile apps empowered a crop of young...
by Caroline McCarthy / August 15, 2013
We are proud of a number of accolades handed down to Mashery in the past seven years. We were the company that invented API Management, the first to have a multitenant SaaS platform, the first to...
by Chris Lippi / August 12, 2013
APIs aren't just changing business; they're changing how we work and interact with each other every day. They're creating new opportunities for partnerships and extending brands' reach and revenue,...
by Julie Gibbs / June 10, 2013
Forrester Research predicts that by 2016, U.S. cross-channel sales will be $1.660 trillion and that more than half of all retail sales will be either online or web-influenced.
by Tom St. Onge / May 16, 2013
Today is a very special beginning for me, for my fellow Masherites and really for anyone who has ever used an API, which I can assure you, is every one of you. This is “Day One” for Mashery as an...
by Oren Michels / May 09, 2013
APIs are becoming crucial to healthcare innovation as they allow for the fast and organized exchange of information.  As apps have started to benefit doctors and patients alike, technology and APIs...
by Sara Reiner / March 05, 2013
My first Mashery recruiting assignment came last year. When recruiting for an expansion stage technology startup that provides a product that most people aren't entirely sure of, you need to be...
by Vic Mahillon / December 26, 2012

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