Apigee in the News

Wednesday, August 20, 2014
SAP wants to make its APIs as easy to consume for developers as Twitter or Facebook do for their communities. In this interview with SAP’s Joav Bally and Apigee’s Ed Anuff, we discuss a new partnership between SAP and Apigee and why marketing and all aspects of a business really have to transform if it wants to play in the API economy.
Monday, August 18, 2014
Think "SAP and partners" and the mind goes to mega names – giants like Microsoft, Oracle and Fujitsu, Accenture and Deliotte. SAP generally looks to giants who wish to make their hardware and software better at storing and serving the software titan's systems or customising and installing SAP’s suite to run whole operations. But with its in-memory platform HANA, the world’s biggest business software company is shifting its focus. SAP at the end of July announced a partnership with API development and management specialist Apigee.
Friday, August 15, 2014

Close to half of all large enterprises are struggling to produce mobile apps to an acceptable level and must try to embrace the cloud as well as “outside-in IT” in order to address the situation.

Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Is your company’s IT department an “App Master”? That’s the tag given by a new Apigee Institute report, describing companies whose IT is as flexible as a yoga master in adapting to today’s app environment.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
As mobile device use continues to grow in the consumer space, businesses are having a hard time keeping up. According to a recent survey by Apigee Institute (the research arm of Apigee), 45% of large enterprises struggle to deploy successful mobile applications.
Tuesday, August 12, 2014
Businesses across the online space are failing in the mobile space, specifically in the app space. That is the takeaway from new data out from Apigee, which indicates fewer than 10% off IT decision makers are having success in building and deploying apps on-time and on-budget.
Thursday, August 7, 2014

...in October 2013, Hughes joined the online hotel room booking specialist, owned by leisure travel giant TUI Travel, as its CTO. Since then, he says, his main goal has been not only to continue to build on Laterooms’ strong engineering culture, but also to layer on top of it an equally strong culture of innovation.

Monday, August 4, 2014
Anant Jhingran, one of the luminaries that helped develop IBM's Watson, says that as big data becomes more mainstream, data scientists must begin to think of their role as enabling developers to deliver business value to end users in the lines of business.
Friday, August 1, 2014
LateRooms.com is speeding up its innovation cycles by using APIs to mock up new features more quickly.
Thursday, July 31, 2014
It's no secret that IT departments are being asked to do things that they haven't been asked to do before. Micro-transactions, fast onboarding of new partners, getting from ideation to production in the blink of an eye, deploying new apps across multiple channels simultaneously -- all of these things were practically unheard of even a few years ago.