Everywhere you look, you'll find old business processes that have been in place for decades. When many of these processes went online, chances are they were reproduced, step-for-step, electronically. No one bothered to think differently about those steps. Jetty is example of one company that did.
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Lemonade has launched its public API which opens its insurance platform to developers. The API will initially provide access to the company’s renters, condo, and homeowners insurance products, and the company plans on expanding the API to include other insurance products in the future.
A pair of stories surfaced this week that serve as important reminders of how complicated, nuanced, and difficult API security really is. Even the biggest companies with the deepest pockets can't possibly be perfect when it comes to the security of their various API offerings and solutions.
QQ Solutions, insurance agency management systems provider, has launched an API for its cloud-based management system: QQ Catalyst. QQ Catalyst assists insurance agencies with customer acquisition and retention, ease of use, mobile management, and industry compliancy. The QQ Catalyst API allows developers to integrate QQ Catalyst with third party apps.
The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR), one of the oldest nonprofit investigative reporting organizations in the United States, has just announced the launch of the brand new VA Backlog API which allows anyone to access the VA backlog-related data available in the CIR database.
First, a close friend loses everything in a house fire. Not long after, close family members are rocked when a flood destroys their belongings. What can be done in the face of tragedy and loss? For the noble minded the only thing to do is to work to better prepare your friends and neighbors for the next catastrophe to strike. This was the story told by Jennifer Morehead, CEO and founder of Lockboxer, a site to track your stuff that makes a refreshing use of shopping APIs to find out how much your stuff is worth.