The Finance Integration Guide: 5 Things Experts Are Considering in Their API Strategy

October 19, 2016 Jackie Rebrovic

The Finance Integration Guide includes five helpful topics that each product manager and technical executive, in the finance realm, should consider when it comes to designing their API strategy.

Find out what our experts, David Leary, Sr. Developer Evangelist at Intuit QuickBooks and Andy Murphy, Director of Product at FieldAware, have considered when building their product and APIs.


The Experts Will Cover:

  1. Why APIs are Strategic and Valuable to Your Business
  2. Driving Adoption of Your APIs
  3. Planning for API Consumption
  4. Shifting to the Cloud
  5. API Security and Open APIs

Meet the Contributors:

David Leary
Sr. Developer Evangelist at Intuit QuickBooks

David Leary is a Small Business Ecosystem Evangelist at Intuit and an innovative force in the small business accounting world. His business sense, vast technical knowledge and domain expertise have helped bridge the gap between developers, small business owners and accountants. In 2015, David was named by Accounting Today as a "One to Watch" in their Top 100 Most Influential People issue. You can follow him at @davidleary and @IntuitDev.

Andy Murphy
Director of Product at FieldAware

Currently the Director of Product at FieldAware, and oversees all product management at FieldAware.  Andy started with FieldAware soon after the company was founded back in 2011. Currently, FieldAware’s main goals have been to improve integrations with other systems external to FieldAware including many ERPs, CRMs, and Financial systems. Previously Andy worked for a field service company and managed the service division that focused on submetering and billing.  Having spent almost 10 years in the field service space, Andy has hands-on experience with the industry and the software these companies use to operate.  

About the Author

Jackie Rebrovic

As the Senior Strategic Marketing Manager at Cloud Elements Jackie is responsible for owning all advertising channels, digital campaigns, full-funnel content, and the website. Outside of all things Cloud Elements, Jackie is a certified yoga instructor at Corepower Yoga in Denver. In her free time she enjoys skiing in the rocky mountains, cooking at home, happy hour-ing, seeing live music, traveling, and hiking with her Shiba Inu, Mika.

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