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Want To Save Your Business? Start Sharing APIs

Posted on May 20, 2015

If you’re not taking full advantage of this trend, your organization could be “Uber-ed” and out-innovated, just like the taxi companies have been.

This shift it is only possible because of a once-in-a-generation convergence of megatrends: cloud, mobile, and the “Internet of things.”

How a business wins or loses is increasingly dependent on how well they connect to external third party apps, devices and services.

Forbes Magazine article here

[FROM LCT: The topic of sharing APIs and creating a global limousine reservation and affiliate network was the focus of a session May 18 during the LCT Leadership Summit in MIami Beach, Fla., led by Patrick Grady, CEO of Deem. He formally presented a data-protected mobile platform concept for operators to consider. LCT will have more coverage in coming weeks.]

Related Topics: affiliate networks, Deem Ground, industry trends, LCT Summit, mobile applications, mobile technology, on-demand service, online reservations, Patrick Grady, reservations access, reservations management, staying competitive, TNCs, Uber

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