API Management, PCI Compliance, Enterprise Mobile Access
Kin Lane

Free API Consulting

Free 30 Minutes Consultation with an Independent API Expert

Do you have questions about transitioning from SOA to APIs? Or questions on how you can best monetize your APIs? Or maybe how to better manage them? Whatever your API question, don't worry because API Evangelist & Mobile Hero, Kin Lane, is here to save the day! For a limited time, you can get 30 minutes with the independent expert, Kin Lane, to review your API use case. The best part? This one's on Intel so that means you don't have to pay a dime.

API Consulting

Who is this amazing hero that's come to rescue you
from your API problems?

Kin Lane runs the independent API evangelist blog. He has more than 20 years of experience in the technology field, having been everything from a mainframe programmer to database administrator to manager and executive. After becoming passionate about APIs, he became a full time evangelist with the goal of helping the world understand the value and potential of API's. That's how he became the Chief API consultant to the White House. You can imagine how busy a hero like Kin Lane would be but we tracked him down and now he's here to save you from your API problems. You can learn more about Kin Lane at kinlane.com.

Why should you sign up?

Why wouldn't you? You can get expert advice on your specific API use case for free! So what are you waiting for? This is only open to organizations with more than 1000 employees in North America and EMEA. If you meet the requirement just fill out the form and we'll coordinate the time with you. It's as simple as that.

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