PayX speaks at CA API Summit‏

PayX speaks at CA API Summit‏

This November London will host the latest addition of the API360 Summit. Created by The API Academy of CA Technologies, the API360 Summit provides a gathering place for the world’s top API strategy, design and management experts. The free summit will take a 360-degree look at how organisations of all kinds can use APIs to accelerate their mobility and open data initiatives.

Attendees of the summit

can expect to be empowered to:

  • Enable key business goals through the use of Web and mobile APIs
  • Build a sustainable API program that leverages your entire organization
  • Identify your target audience and market your API as a product
  • Innovate in emerging areas like mobile, Big Data, cloud and the Internet of Things
  • Understand architectural constraints and considerations specific to Web APIs
  • Ensure you have appropriate scalability and security for your APIs

The summit will feature a speech by Payx International’s own CEO and co-founder Adrian Hausser on Profiting from your Bank; Programmable Payments, as well as speeches from the following thought leaders and industry experts:

Heather Savory: Independent Chair of the UK Government’s Open Data User Group (ODUG)

Sheera Gendzel: Manager, Business Development, Yelp

Andy Piper: Developer Advocate, Twitter

Matt Davis: Head of Digital Technology EMEA, Aimia

Jonathan Raper: CEO, Transport API

Mark Boyd: Writer, ProgrammableWeb

Mehdi Medjaoui: Co-founder OAuth.io & APIdays.io Conferences

Carlo Longino: VP, Developer Program Services, Wireless Industry Partnership (WIP)

Adeel Ali: Co-Founder & CEO, APIMatic Limited

Robin Meehan: CTO & Dir of Prin. Consultancy, Smart421

Matt McLarty: VP, API Academy

Mike Amundsen: Director of API Architecture

Holger Reinhardt: Director of Emerging API Technologies

Irakli Nadareishvili: Director of API Strategy

Ronnie Mitra: Principal API Architect, Layer 7

To register to attend this free summit please book by visiting here

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