BBVA API Market
Held during the Open Expo in June in Madrid, the awards ceremony will publicly recognize companies, government agencies, figures and communities that create, support and encourage major solutions based on open-source technologies and free software.
The awards are divided into twelve categories, including “Best platform/innovative project” and “Best media or blog.” BBVA API Market is competing in these two categories: as a project in the first one, and with its content page (bbvaopen4you.com/es in the second one.
BBVA API Market is BBVA’s initiative to boost the creation of new business models through cooperation with companies and developers. Through the 3 lines of business aggregate data, personal banking services and corporate banking services, with several APIs available, companies can contribute value to their business and develop new personalized commercial pathways that answer each company’s needs.
The final purpose of opening up BBVA services to third parties is to create the synergies needed with the ecosystem and the most innovative companies, to smooth the way for a new generation of digital experiences. With this project, BBVA is making open banking a reality, a business model that will accelerate the transformation of the financial industry.
The commercial site is complemented by a global content site (in English and Spanish) aimed at developers, start-ups and large companies with the aim of increasing knowledge about fintech trends, especially open banking, open platforms, APIs and development. BBVAOpen4u stands out for the quality of its content as shown by its growth over the last period with more than 100,000 visits every month and users from over 150 countries. With an active presence on social media, its biweekly newsletter is sent to more than 15,000 users.
Whether you are a user of BBVA API Market or enjoy reading and gaining knowledge with our content pages, we encourage you to support us with your vote:
Thank you very much! We’ll keep working for you and helping your business grow.
Various case studies are used to show how open finance enables the financial inclusion of SMEs and the economic growth of developing regions.