Those with Capital One banking or credit card accounts, who also use one of Intuit's many services (e.g. TurboTax, QuickBooks, Mint, etc.) may have an easier time transferring financial data from Capital One to their Intuit service through a new, API-driven partnership recently announced.
Capital One APIs (9)
CapitalOne Virtual Card Numbers
||The CapitalOne Virtual Card Numbers API returns JSON data with simulated virtual card numbers. With the API, developers can create a virtual card, replace a physical card, retrieve virtual card...||Banking||07.31.2018|
Capital One Customer Transactions
||The Capital One Customer Transactions API provides tools to provide your customers with access to view their Capital One credit card and bank account transaction data within your application....||Financial||11.01.2017|
Capital One 360 Bank Account Starter
||This API enables users to open a 360 Savings Account or a 360 Money Market Account. You pass in the applicant's information, Capital One performs all the eligibility / identity checks for the...||Banking||12.02.2016|
Capital One Credit Offers
||The Credit Offers API provides developers with tools to offer Capital One credit products (credit cards, in particular) to their customers. Currently, the API contains a single resource and endpoint...||Credit Cards||03.10.2016|
Capital One Rewards
||The Rewards API provides developers a simple, secure way to obtain detailed information about their customers’ Capital One rewards programs. This API helps a customer access and track their Capital...||Credit Cards||03.10.2016|
On March 3, 2017, Capital One's Naveed Anwar and ProgrammableWeb's David Berlind, will host a joint webinar to discuss how the DevExchange team has knocked down traditional barriers in FinTech with an open developer platform. This article looks at DevExchange's journey and it's future.
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.