Strategies and Best Practices for Monetization
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Organizations that want to create internal momentum and adoption around their APIs, offer APIs externally to third-parties, or create new revenue streams through monetization, you need to think about your APIs as products. This talk examines the key guidelines needed to define your APIs as products, build the framework to operationalize your API program, and design and execute an implementation plan for monetization.
Enterprise Hub Datasheet: Discover a customizable API Hub for developers, partners, and customers to find and connect to a company’s API
Building an Enterprise API Program eBook: APIs enable companies to monetize data, cultivate partnerships, and unlock innovation. An effective API strategy is critical to realizing these benefits. Read this ebook to learn how to design and implement an API strategy built for your business.
The State of Enterprise APIs Survey: conducted by Vanson Bourne, this survey of 300 global IT leaders examines the current API landscape, highlighting adoption and usage trends and challenges.
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Alex is Rapid’s Field CTO, establishing the company’s go-to-market strategy from a technical perspective. After holding a number of different roles at RapidAPI, Alex’s ability to speak about the product and company strategy from a technical perspective is vital to the sales strategy. Alex joined the RapidAPI team after meeting the team at a hackathon they were sponsoring and immediately recognizing the value that RapidAPI was providing to developers all over the world.
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VP – Enterprise Integration
Western Alliance Bank
Michael Booth, Senior Director of Sales, TigerGraph
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Michael Booth is a Senior Director of Sales for TigerGraph with more than 25 years of experience working with Analytics and Business Intelligence capabilities supporting Financial Services Organizations.
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Opening Remarks & Executive Introductions
Fireside Chat Hosted by RapidAPI
RapidAPI is the world’s largest API Hub, providing millions of developers with a single connected experience to build, consume, manage, and monetize their APIs. For enterprise organizations, RapidAPI offers RapidAPI Enterprise Hub, a private, customizable version of the public hub that enables the company’s developers, customers, and partners to find, manage, and connect to hundreds of internal APIs, as well as external API subscriptions. RapidAPI simplifies the API development lifecycle, enabling users and organizations to streamline collaboration and bring software applications to market more rapidly.
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