The NolaPro mashup provides users with the ability to access this free, web-based Accounting Suite with standard AP/AR/GL, from anywhere, 24/7. However NolaPro's customization is its best feature. Customizations allow the software to fit your business operations or industry niche for just a few coins a day making perfect fiscal sense. These optional customizations include Payroll, Inventory, Order Tracking modules, as well as International features such as multi-currency, VAT/GST and built-in language translators all supported.
Amazon has added new functionality to its Amazon Comprehend platform that aims to more aggressively support financial analysts that require natural language processing for events analysis. The new API helps extract data from news articles, SEC filings, press releases, and bankruptcy filings.
Along with the growth of APIs in general has come the emergence of the API as a product. Many times a new startup is entirely an API. When the entire company is an API, you'd better choose the right API business model. When the API is the product, or the whole business, many times this means charging developers to use your API. It turns out, it's not just about how much you charge them, but how. This post will look at the many different ways that API-as-product companies are getting developers to pay for access.
PayOnDelivery, online payment platform that doesn't charge until delivery, has announced the PayOnDelivery API. Third party apps and websites may use the API to integrate payment processing. Developers have full access to the PayOnDelivery platform, including its keystone feature that refuses to release funds until the product lands in a consumer's hands.