Unlock the value of data with open APIs and empower your business ecosystem with API Exchange Marketplace
We believe that sharing is caring. Through open APIs you can leverage data and capabilities of your business ecosystem, clients, partners, or service providers. That's why we want to unlock the value of data by creating a Nordic marketplace for APIs – and we want you to join us!
As more and more organizations have opened their APIs, marketplace platforms have emerged as a way to collect and find these. So why wait? Let's get together and build an API community that we all can benefit from.
TietoEVRY’s API Exchange Marketplace is an open platform for both producers and developers of APIs. This way, your organization can innovate without having to use too much of your own resources. You can also create your own applications using data from us or build on top of already existing applications.
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API Exchange marketplace empowers you to leverage the integration work already done.
Take the role in your business ecosystem which distinct you from the others.
An open platform for API producers and developers functions as a foundation for new innovations.
API Exchange Marketplace helps industries find solutions for new thinking with this through third-party applications
Developers can easily find APIs to build upon, publish their applications on the marketplace fully-fledged, or as part of a building block in value creation.
Third parties will have the benefit of accessing our large existing pool of customers and platforms, as well as having a safe place to share their APIs.
As more and more organizations have opened their APIs, marketplace platforms have emerged as a way to collect and find these. So why wait? Let us get together and build an API community that we all can benefit from!
API is essentially a gateway that enables an application to talk to other applications and defines how that conversation takes place. It can also be described as a way of moving and adding value to data.
Think about how you have been able to put filters on your camera phone’s pictures with an app. The creators of that app didn’t program in it how the camera represents or takes images. Instead they used an API that allowed them to access the pre-existing framework in your phone’s software.