With dbAPI, you can build and enrich digital products using the data of Deutsche Bank customers who give their consent. By using bank data you can improve digital customer journeys or processes and increase your conversion, retention and ultimately your revenue. Access personal data such as addresses, date of birth, nationality, Tax ID for sign-ups or identification processes or use customer’s transaction information for personalized applications. Tailored ready-to-use API products such as age verification meet real business needs also beyond classical banking services.
Deutsche Bank is currently looking for 100 partners to join its API Partner Network. The API team wants to commence an in-depth dialogue with these companies in order to jointly evaluate the potential uses for banking data and the specifications that dbAPI must fulfil. In return, a series of benefits await those partners selected. They get the opportunity to develop interface solutions in pilot projects that meet their specifications and may use the dbAPI free of charge for six months (up to 1,000 users).
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