Welcome to our Executive API Webinar series, designed to train executives in both business and technical roles on how to stay ahead of the curve when it comes to digital transformation powered by APIs. For each webinar, we are gathering Mehdi Medjaoui (Founder of apidays, organized 45+ worldwide API conferences), a subject matter expert on the specific topic to talk about market trends, and a solution expert to go through use-cases and client implementations to share what results they’ve achieved.
In a world increasingly connected with APIs, applications rely on each other to operate. With the continuous demand to always go faster, businesses and customers are expecting everything to be real-time. But, in this highly connected world, a “slow” API in the digital supply chain may make the whole internal production or business workflow fail, or not deliver the expected customer experience.
In this live and interactive webinar, you’ll learn how to approach an API as a product strategy and understand both from a business and technical standpoint, the design, the development, and the exposure of your APIs product to create sellable digital assets and generate revenue. We will answer questions such as:
Design is a key aspect of APIs and an important part of the developer experience. Whether you design an API for a small team, for an entire organization or for external consumers, you always need to ask yourself a couple of questions. In this webinar, we will answer your questions like:
In this webinar, Mehdi Medjaoui, API entrepreneur and author of Continuous API management and Tony Curio, Director of API Management at IBM will present how strong API programs are transforming the way businesses build new customer engagement models and accelerating the way their IT colleagues collaborate. These leading organizations are embracing agile integration techniques and bringing automation to the users who participate in Full Lifecycle API Management. We will cover the following topics:
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API management is now a widely adopted practice. In every large organization, a number of departments have acquired their own API management solutions in order to meet their own particular needs. However, when the API mindset reaches the CIO and other executives, they often choose to adopt a group solution that competes with existing practices.
In this webinar, we will examine how to enable API programs to scale, across all internal API stakeholders, and avoid creating unnecessary frustration, inefficient internal competition and resistance.
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