WePay is a payment processing company focusing on platform businesses. WePay grew it's API by 600% in 2014 and this case study looks at how this growth was keyed by a refresh of its developer portal, including sample code and tutorials, to refine the messaging towards platform oriented businesses.
Edmunds.com APIs (2)
||The Edmunds Media API offers access to the photo content of a dealership inventory. Uses of the API include to get photos by tag, by style ID, by vehicle model, and by year. Formats in JSON, JSONP,...||Auto||12.02.2015|
||Edmunds.com is a third-party automotive website that provides users with information on different make and models of vehicles of their interest. WIth the Editorial API, developers can integrate the...||Auto||10.20.2014|
SimilarWeb provides website and mobile statistics tracking with the company's API offering access to the data streams of their SaaS offering. This case looks at how SimilarWeb has treated their API with a product perspective allowing them to target new markets of end users outside of developers.
Like big data — which businesses know they have to have, even if they aren't sure how to analyze it or what to do with it — the concept of reorienting a business toward becoming a "composable enterprise" is on every executive's to-do list. The central idea is that businesses need to break down their services, products and capabilities into discrete units so that external partners and customers can plug directly into the business experience they need.