APIs have paved the way for Open Banking. Billions of dollars have been invested in the startup ecosystem to figure out who will be the winner of the Fintech landscape.
Pushed by regulations, banks have opened APIs and are now leveraging their power to transform their products into platforms in their journey to become the ecosystem of tomorrow. Bill Gates famously stated “banking is necessary; banks are not”, but nearly three decades later, banks are still around and they are, more than ever, ready to adopt APIs in order to stay in the game
At the same time, in an attempt to scale and control their business ecosystems, other industries are taking the path of APIs and aren’t waiting for regulations to dive into the API blitzscaling war.
These Industries directly related are Insurance, Finance and Retail.
- Insurers have always claimed they were data companies but they need to adopt APIs to scale their knowledge and build insurtech ecosystems.
- Finance needs to open APIs to be more connected to companies and investors, with capital and funding ecosystems
- Retail is reshaping after the first wave of ecommerce, now driven by APIs to deliver multi-channel and omni-channel experience across all the new platforms.
At apidays London, we will host technical and business leaders from retail banking and investment banking, insurance and retail who will explain how they created value with APIs and how they align technical capabilities to make it happen.
Our initial line up of SPEAKERS includes:
- Sumit Amar – Sr. Director @ Visa
- Baljeet Malhotra – Founder & CEO of TeejLab Inc.
- Maciej Treder – Senior Software Development Engineer @ Akamai Technologies
- Ben Hutton – Project Lead @ JSON Schema
- Chirine BenZaied – Bourgerie – Innovation Director @ Finastra
- Karthic Rao – Developer Advocate @ Dgraph Labs
- Artem Demchenkov – CTO & Co-Founder @ Billie
- Marc DiPasquale – Manager, Developer Advocate Team @ Solace
Check https://www.apidays.co/london for more information.
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