It has been reported that HSBC, a British multinational investment bank, has announced several new treasury APIs that will serve 27 markets around the world. These new APIs aim to improve the transparency and efficiency of financial transactions for HSBC’s customers.
Business models were nascent in 2005, when ProgrammableWeb listed only 105 APIs in our directory. There were only four basic models, according to John Musser's talk this morning at Glue. Fast forward six years and those same business models exist, but there's a lot more detail, as the now 3,000+ APIs have refined the ways an API can make money.
Intuit today announced its launch of a new open source community at code.intuit.com. The new community is aimed at developers looking to work with the Intuit Partner Platform, which allows developers to reach millions of small businesses that use Intuit products (e.g., Quickbooks). Intuit's Alex Barnett announced the new endeavor on the Intuit Partner Platform Blog: