The DocuSign Mobile SDK for iOS allows developers to integrate Digital Transaction Management services and eSignature functionality into mobile apps. With the SDK, developers can implement functionality such as signing and completing document-based transactions as well as hosting in-person signing sessions from within a mobile app.
Earlier this month Podio added Google Docs support. Now the collaboration platform has added another line to its file upload dialog. As we pointed out earlier, there's plenty of room for further file integrations. There is also an opportunity for Podio to expand its Podio API to allow developers to do the work for them.
By 2015 SAP aims to have has one billion people interact with some piece of the company’s software. The folks at SAP are not saying where there are now in terms of achieving that goal, but as part of achieving that goal SAP has been releasing a raft of applications that one would not normally associate with a provider of enterprise applications.
Peter Coffee, Director of Platform Research at Salesforce.com, has published a compelling post about "The Incredible Importance of Open APIs" over at the Force.com blog. In case you may have forgotten, Salesforce.com's web APIs are an integral part of the company's offerings, with a variety of internal and third party products that rely on these APIs for literally millions of transactions a day (in fact, by January, 2008 Salesforce.com had already served 24 billion API calls).