Unlock the value of your data and create new revenue streams with HyperCurrent
With HyperCurrent you can now safely unlock the untapped revenue stream of your proprietary data and services that are trapped within your IT systems, as well as enable chargeback/show-back for internal use of API’s.
HyperCurrent enables a low-code approach to designing, building & monetizing API product sets. Our unique platform provides visibility, clarity, and the ease of use necessary to manage your business and scale your API product offerings.
With HyperCurrent you no longer have to worry about juggling multiple vendors, extended custom development, or expensive experiments that don’t produce results. Quickly enable your API products and A/B test your offerings.
“In today’s business environment, with customer expectations changing at an unprecedented rate, more organizations are using APIs to expand their digital ecosystems to reach new customers. Although APIs are ubiquitous, capturing the value of an API in a business model and monetizing those APIs is not an easy task. “
Set customized pricing by product by customer, quickly A/B Test offerings, as well as set product-specific SLA guarantees.
No custom development, no extended time to market, no loss of product agility.
In this example, bundle one is sold on a transaction basis, with a cap on transactions, a ”three 9’s” SLA, and a guaranteed response time (all of these SLAs are tracked and enforced by HyperCurrent to allow the customer to promise and sell an SLA downstream to their customers).
Bundle two is sold on a direct basis with a varying cost per transaction for different APIs in the bundle.
Bundle 3 shows an example of the dynamic pricing possibilities in the platform. The low-code platform allows customized rules to be built such as the one shown here where a company may charge less for access to the system on weekends to drive more evenly spread demand on the company’s systems. It also allows for a 3-day free trial with no charges applied, or it could apply custom rules depending on where the data was accessed from. These are just some examples of the dynamic pricing rules enabled by HyperCurrent.
Identify Product Trends
Expose Business Capabilities
Variable Pricing Rules