September 8, 2016
Hyperwallet reduces developer implementation friction with latest release
Dev team to announce new implementation methods, one-click “Go Live” functionality at API World
San Francisco, California – Hyperwallet, a leading global payouts provider to millions of independent workers, today revealed that it will showcase a number of new developer-friendly features during two presentations at the API World developer conference this month. The updated functionality will provide developers with improved integration methods and easy, one-click ‘Go Live’ access.
Building on its full-service developer portal that went live in March, Hyperwallet’s new implementation methods make it easy for marketplace and platform developers to test Hyperwallet’s payout functionality through a suite of API integrations and user-friendly UI widgets. Additionally, new ‘Go Live’ functionality makes it easy for developers to expedite the real-world implementation of their payout solution.
“Hyperwallet’s developer portal and API integrations are world class,” explained Ernie Naylor, President at Karrot Rewards. “Their documentation, webhooks, and user-friendly portal made it easy for us to integrate, test, and quickly get up and running.” An early adopter of Hyperwallet’s Developer Program, Karrot uses REST APIs to disburse payments directly to its loyalty program users’ local bank accounts.
Hyperwallet’s Chief Product Officer, Bill Crowley, will provide additional details on how engineers can implement frictionless global payouts during a workshop presentation at API World on September 13 at 4:00PM PST. Blair Olynyk, Hyperwallet’s Lead Software Architect, will also be presenting at the conference on the same day, explaining how companies invested in SOA or monolithic architecture can transition to a microservice architecture. Attendees can join his presentation at 2:20PM PST on the main stage.
For further information on Hyperwallet’s API World sessions, or to book a private meeting with a member of their development team during the conference, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.