Capital One Opened its APIs to Third-Party Developers — Here’s What They Learned

Episode 126 · May 1st, 2017 · 16 mins 14 secs

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One year ago, Capital One exposed three of its APIs to some of its internal services, such as credit checking and identity management, so they could be used by third parties to augment their own products. APIs, in effect, have become a way that the banking company could expand its business. The company is quickly becoming just as much of a technology company as a financial one In the year since. Capital One has learned a lot about working with APIs and the open source technology, explained Amy Heidersbach, Capital One vice president of developer marketing and platforms, in this TNS Makers interview during SXSW 2017 from the Capital One House at Antone's.

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