Resources tagged with “API Strategy”

 
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The single most distinguishing factor of the current business environment may be its dynamism—on any given day, there are wild market fluctuations, emerging opportunities and drastic platform shifts...
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In our “APIs As Product” blog series, we have outlined some reasons why it’s important to treat your API as a product and how to price your API accordingly. When analyzing any product it is important...
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We’ve been talking a lot on this blog about treating your API as a product and all of what that entails.  One aspect of API programs that is often overlooked is the treatment of your users – if your...
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An avalanche of data is being exchanged 24/7 between people, places, and things. It is impractical to rationalize the impact of these data-exchanges without having a model to use in discussing the...
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Much like everything associated with your company, your API portal is an extension of your content, products or services. The API deserves a worthy home where your API users and customers, your...
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We have been talking about API’s as products, and for many companies, APIs are as important as their tangible products. Many tech start-ups have only one product – their API.  And for those companies...
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We at Mashery specialize in API management and to us that means that APIs should be treated as products.  This is not something that is obvious.  An API can seem like an obscure piece of programming...
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Flying – it seems we all have a love-hate relationship with flying and the airlines that operate our flights.  For many of us, there is no way to get around having to fly, whether for business or...
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This post, part of a guest blog series on platform success strategies, originally appeared on Programmableweb.com.Communicating the value of your API is a simple, but often missed, step that can...
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With the baseball season now in full swing, the NBA playoffs underway and the Stanley Cup playoffs right around the corner, it is an exciting time for sports.  And for sports APIs.  In the past few...

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