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By SuperUser Account on 9/9/2010 9:05 AM

Maps took over the web in mid-2005, shortly after the first Where 2.0 conference. They quickly moved from fancy feature to necessary element of any site that contained even a trace of geographic content. Today we're amidst another location and mapping revolution, with mobile making its impact on the web. And with it, we're seeing even more geo services provided by both the old guard and innovative new mapping platforms.

By SuperUser Account on 8/20/2010 12:30 PM

Twitter's Fail Whale imageTwitter was one of the first to see what happened when traffic to the site came more from the API than the Web. It now has more than 65 million tweets per day, most coming from services that use the Twitter API.

Twitter has made numerous changes to fix its API. Those experiences have taught providers what mistakes not to make when launching a service.

By SuperUser Account on 7/7/2010 9:28 AM

On June 17 I gave a lightning presentation at the Open API Meetup, along with Evan Cooke of Twilio  and Oren Teich of Heroku . It was a really nice event, well-organized by Sam Ramji  and Shanley Kane  of Sonoa/Apigee , and hosted at Twilio's beautiful new digs.

The title of my presentation was "APIs and the Growing Influence of Developers".  The gist of my presentation takes many of the elements I have written and spoken about in the past and puts them together in the context of the meetup's topic like this:

Just as we have seen with B2C, we are increasingly moving towards a "frictionless business model" with B2B products, including those targeting enterprises. This means that as a vendor you are trying to remove any barrier from the customer to acquire and succeed with your product.

To succeed with the frictionless business model, you have to adhere to a couple of principles.

Featured Microsoft Partners

 

Avastone Technologies LLC 
Office Location:  Little Chute, Wisconsin, United States
Type:  VAR
Industry Focus:  Avastone Technologies, LLC has provided quality services to a vast array of industries, including: distribution, retail, service, government, not-for-profit, equipment sales and service, manufacturing, casinos, and job shop. We have industry-specific solutions for any industry.


Avastone Technologies, LLC is a Microsoft Gold Partner devoted to clients with the Microsoft Dynamics GP, CRM, and SharePoint solution. With offices located in the Fox Cities, Milwaukee, and Chicago-land area, Avastone services clients through the Midwest. We have been representing Microsoft Dynamics for over 20 years... longer than anyone in the state of Wisconsin.

 

 

Quantum Whisper 
Office Location:  Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Type:  ISV,Systems Integrator
Industry Focus:  Software development and fellow ISVs using Dynamics CRM and Microsoft TFS.


Quantum Whisper is a boutique software company delivering integration solutions for Dynamics CRM. Our flagship product, TFS Support Manager, integrates CRM cases and Team Foundation Sever (TFS).

 

 

Pronexus 
Office Location:  Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus: 


Established in 1994, Pronexus specializes in telephony, speech and database integration technologies. Our flagship product, Pronexus VBVoice™ Interactive Voice Response (IVR) software enables developing feature-rich inbound and outbound IVR solutions that improve customer service and streamline internal processes.

 

 

Collins Computing 
Office Location:  Mission Viejo, California, United States
Type:  VAR
Industry Focus:  Food & beverage distributors, congregations, consumer packaged goods distribution, manufacturing, YMCAs, non-profits that need donor management and fundraising solutions, professional services, financial services, and construction.


Founded in 1986 and located in Orange County, California, Collins Computing is the largest Southern California Gold Certified Microsoft Dynamics partner. Collins Computing is the only Microsoft Dynamics partner to be named to the prestigious Microsoft Inner Circle for 14 years. Exclusively delivering Microsoft Dynamics GP (Great Plains), Microsoft Dynamics AX, and Microsoft Dynamics CRM applications, we've implemented solutions for some of the largest and fastest-growing businesses.IN THE CLOUD OR ON-PREMISE: Whether your business needs the advantages of a cloud-based solution or the security of an on-premise deployment, we can help you make the wisest decision for your company. CONTACT US: Collins Computing is an integrator of Microsoft Dynamics GP, Microsoft Dynamics AX and Microsoft Dynamics CRM for over 400 companies worldwide with a focus in Orange County, San Diego, Los Angeles, Ventura, Riverside and Phoenix, AZ. Collins Computing is here for you.Contact us at info@collinscomputing.com, call 800-943-9211 or visit the website at www.CollinsComputing.com. CUSTOMER SUPPORT: We also work closely with existing Microsoft Dynamics customers to assist you with upgrades, training, or Microsoft Dynamics software support,

 

 

SP Marketplace 
Office Location:  Penn Valley, , United States
Type:  ISV
Industry Focus:  Cross Industry


SP Marketplace (SharePoint Marketplace) is a provider of business software applications built on Microsoft SharePoint and Office 365. These templates include IT Help Desk, CRM, Intranet Portal and Employee Self Service applications.

 

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