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My latest article for Forbes isn’t one that I expected to ever have to write when I joined the Forbes Tech Council.
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I saw an interesting article in Vox a while back, an interview with Adam Tooze who wrote the book Crashed about the Great Recession. He mentioned that looking at the responses to...
Check out the recording from our live event on the 2020 State of API Integration Report featuring Mark Geene, Ross Garrett, Matthew O'Riordan, and Brian Busch.
During this year's 2020 State of API integration live event, we received many great questions for our presenters/report contributors. As a big "thank you" to those of you who attended...
44.7% agree that the best way to improve your developer experience and adoption of APIs is by customizing APIs to fit a specific business need.
Download the 2019 State of API Integration Report, the most comprehensive breakdown ever of the API industry.
Workday Webinar Recording: Learn how the Cloud Elements integration simplifies Workday's native SOAP API to our native RESTful standards.
US-based Cloud API integration company, Cloud Elements has announced $25m in new funding to accelerate market adoption of its API integration platform for software providers.
Are you evaluating MuleSoft as your integration platform provider? Before you decide, read this guide about the best alternative to MuleSoft: Cloud Elements.
This virtual event, hosted by IDN, covers the following: -Why traditional API, point-to-point integration takes too long and fails -How to overcome API complexity, lack of visibility and scalability -
Guide for the Enterprise: step-by-step overview of how enterprises can create a ‘one-to-many’ integration using the 100% RESTful Cloud Elements.
Western Union saw the need for customers to integrate with their accounting systems within the WU Edge platform and partnered with Cloud Elements because of the one-to-many approach to integration.