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Report: API complexity is real, growing, and holding enterprises back

 

API complexity is real, growing, and holding companies back

API complexity derives from many factors: business units building their own APIs, a disparate range of API gateways from multiple providers, and unmanaged APIs roaming wild. But the biggest determinant separating tomorrow's haves from the have-nots will hinge on how well companies master the complexities of their APIs.

Axway partnered with Vanson Bourne to see how 800 senior IT and business decision makers around the globe are approaching API complexity.

Download this report to learn the key findings, including:

  • API complexity is growing
  • API complexity is holding enterprises back
  • Enterprises that master API complexity get head
  • Not all enterprises know how to master complexity
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5 ways to master API complexity and get ahead
5 ways to master API complexity and get ahead

How 800 IT and business leaders are handling growing API complexity

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