The latest API industry use case paper is focused on examples in Life Insurance and Financial Services.
One of the most common discussions I have with any business is about API use cases related to industry specific scenarios â€“ their scenarios.Â We are making the information shared in these discussions more accessible to everyone by publishing a series of industry specific white papers covering these and related topics.Â Each white paper has a consistent format that includes:
- Identifying the common business drivers for API initiatives
- Describing an API identification methodology
- Supplying industry-specific examples using the methodology
- Discussing the current state of regulatory requirements and industry standards for APIs
- Providing recommendations for starting an API initiative
The Life Insurance and Financial Services industries are becoming very active in the API economy.
These industries are data-intensive and accessing data quickly across the enterprise, using data in new ways and interfacing with partners rapidly can provide competitive differentiation. In this paper, we cover use cases across a wide variety of scenarios â€“ internal, partnering, social, analytics, and more.
I am excited to have worked with industry subject matter experts to author each paper in this series.Â In each case my co-authors bring years of real world industry experience working with companies in the industry.Â My co-authors for this paper are Carolyn Martin. Global Financial Services Marketing Program Director – IBM Cloud, and Michael Whalen, Financial services and Healthcare sectors Offering Manager – IBM Cloud.
You can click here to download the paper.
To understand more about IBMâ€™s thoughts on the API Economy visit the IBM API Economy website.Â IBM API Connect is IBMâ€™s complete foundation to Create, Run, Manage, and Secure APIs.Â You can find more information about IBM API Connect at the API Connect website.Â And you can also experience a trial version of API Connect.
If you have questions, please let me know.Â Connect with me through comments here or via twitter @Arglick to continue the discussion.