|Competition for customer loyalty, a desire for new revenue streams, and demand for supply chain resiliency are just three of the drivers behind enterprises accelerating their digital initiatives. APIs now serve as the primary building blocks for these efforts—assembling data, events, and services from within the organization, throughout ecosystems, and across devices. But integrated legacy systems and support for new event-driven architectures also play critical roles in enabling timely, meaningful digital interactions in response to customer actions. To support these demands, WSO2 has added significant new capabilities to WSO2 API Manager 4.0, available today.
While the pandemic has forced many organizations to embrace digital transformation, businesses work hard to maintain a competitive edge through continuous innovation.
Businesses must embrace new approaches to sell their services as packaged, value-added goods now more than ever. A payment processing service, for example, can be paired with a video streaming service and an LMS (learning management system) to create a fully functional online education system. While some of these facilities may not be owned by the company, integrating these services becomes inevitable to provide a complete solution.
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