Category archives: Software Companies

After the Swipe: Transaction Management

There is a perception – perhaps even a misconception – among those looking to do a payments integration, that completion of the project should be something like one of the following use cases: Add a field that reads from a… continue reading »

“Open” APIs: a definition

There is a propensity in the technology industry, most industries for that matter, to latch onto adjectives and begin to use them excessively. In the process of descriptive repetition, the importance can be masked or diminished. With that said, the… continue reading »

Open API Economy: a meetup

I am, periodically, asked by friends in the technology sector* whether the discussion around APIs is equivalent to the Web 2.0 buzz at the beginning of the decade. In many circles, the words of Shakespeare are quoted when referring to… continue reading »

Governance & Commercialization: Payment APIs and Platforms

Whilst writing my series on IP Commerce Platform updates last week, I spoke about the concept of governance as it relates to Federated Identity and Commerce Business Rules.  It would appear that the discussion of governance was rather prescient, albeit… continue reading »

Commerce Service Bus: Powering Payments Innovation

Over the course of the last 5 days, we have discussed several elements that were announced in a Press Release on June 7.  These discussions have included: Commerce APIs Federated Identity Commerce Business Rules All of these bits of technology… continue reading »

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