Posts Tagged: marketplace

The Promise of Open Banking: A Nordea Case Study

There’s a particularly apparent trend in today’s economy: we’re moving away from big, centralized systems towards collaborative, access-based ones. It’s changed the way we shop with websites like eBay, the way we travel with apps like Uber, and the way we get a good night’s rest with portals like Airbnb. Read more

4 eCommerce Industries That Hinge on API Integration

When web APIs first began appearing everywhere, they were mere supplemental technologies. Has anyone else noticed that they have now become standalone products?

APIs have merged into nearly all spheres of life, not to mention eCommerce. Without APIs, there wouldn’t be online retailing as we know it today. Read more

The Evolution of the API Marketplace

People love marketplaces. Offline, at the winter fair or at the souk, marketplaces provide consumers with the ability to browse for the goods they like and haggle over the price. Who doesn’t love a bargain? Online marketplaces like price comparison websites retain this tradition, allowing consumers to find the best deals for insurance, credit cards, and so on. Read more

FinTech and APIs: Making the Bank Programmable

With negative public connotation still ringing after the Global Financial Crisis, banking institutions are usually portrayed as monoliths, slow to change even amidst obsolescence and new technological advances. This won’t be for long, as the FinTech sector is becoming increasingly open and programmable. Read more