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TEI Webinar Featuring Forrester: Accelerating APIs and Digital Transformations with WSO2

Thursday, March 24, 2022

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To better understand the benefits, costs, and risks associated with an investment in WSO2 API Manager, WSO2 commissioned Forrester Consulting™ to interview five customers — whose revenues ranged between $500 million and $29 billion.

The analysis concluded that a composite organization experienced benefits of $6.63 million over three years versus costs of $1.27 million, adding up to a net present value (NPV) of $5.36 million and an ROI of 422%.

Join WSO2 and guest speakers, Forrester’s own Richard Cavallaro and David Mooter as they discuss the TEI study and current trends and best practices in API management.

During the webinar, we will cover:
  • The findings of the Forrester TEI study
  • The key technology trends in API management today
  • Some of the best practices you should be considering to help you succeed in your own digital transformations
Recommended for:
  • VP’s, CXO’s and Senior Managers
  • API Product Managers

Presented by

David Mooter

David Mooter

Senior Analyst, Forrester

David leads clients with a particular emphasis on business-first design principles and how application architectures such as APIs foster innovation and sustainable business flexibility. His research focuses on architectural topics such as integration, API strategy and management, event-driven architecture, and microservices.

Richard Cavallaro

Richard Cavallaro

Sr. Consultant-Total Economic Impact, Forrester

Richard Cavallaro is a Senior Consultant with Forrester’s Total Economic Impact™ (TEI) practice. In this role, Richard works with Forrester’s clients to measure and evaluate the financial impact that their technology solutions have on their customers’ organizations. He conducts case studies that combine primary interviews and surveys with Forrester's data and analyst expertise to tell the entire story for any investment, from decision drivers and market context to implementation processes and business outcomes. Richard’s business analyses cover technology vendors across numerous industries and domains. Richard has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a master’s degree from Boston University.