Webinar: Seven Ways an API Integration Strategy Speeds Innovation, featuring Forrester

Previously recorded on Wednesday, May 24, 2017 @ 11:00am EST (45 min.)

APIs and digital transformation go hand-in-hand in today’s business world. All API’s are not created equal and they require more than just a technical strategy, especially when leveraging core (legacy) systems. In this session, Randy Heffner from Forrester Research will connect the dots between the top-down digital business strategy and delivery through APIs.

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Webinar: Transforming Financial Services With An API Strategy

Previously recorded on Wednesday, November 16 @ 11:00 am ET

Join our live session to hear how adopting an API strategy will level the playing field. We will share practical examples and lessons learned on how to depart from old application-centric models without breaking the bank.
During this live webinar our partner Softtek will share with you how one of the largest banks in the world is saving millions of IT costs and time to execution.

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IBM Systems Magazine Webinar: Digital & the API Economy: Don’t Forget Your Systems of Record, from OpenLegacy

Previously recorded on October 28, 11AM Central Daylight Time (Chicago, GMT-05:00)

Panelist(s) Info: Jason Bloomberg, President Intellyx | Zeev Avidan, VP Product Management, OpenLegacy.
Today, digital transformation means customer preferences and behavior are driving enterprise technology decisions more than ever before. The glue that holds today’s digital applications together is the API. Modern software services and components all have them. But what about your systems of record? Mainframes, midrange systems, large enterprise apps, or even legacy databases. They must all participate in the API economy. For enterprises, digital goes beyond the customer experience. To meet today’s user demands, digital requires end-to-end capabilities. That means plugging in your systems of record via APIs. Hear from an enterprise CIO how her team transformed their business processes with OpenLegacy, integrating its Microsoft Dynamics CRM system to core business applications which resided on IBM i.

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