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Spread the word about API Connect and send a donation to charity or receive up to $100 in gift cards

By Rachael Schmitt posted Tue May 17, 2022 11:47 AM

IBM relies on users like you to share your experience with IBM API Connect. People trust you - Peer review sites are getting more popular, with 45% of people using reviews as a key part of their purchase decision. When people look up reviews, your company's name and opinion will position you as a thought leader in API Management, and it allows you to showcase your own technical capabilities. 

To thank you for your time, IBM has set up multiple campaigns that give you something back. If you review on Gartner you'll receive a $25 gift card or donation to the charity of your choice. On G2 you'll receive an additional $25 gift card. And adding a review to TrustRadius while you're on a roll will help cement your company as an API and IBM expert! 

Review API Connect on Gartner here: https://gtnr.io/oCbBebaRT
Review API Connect on G2Crowd here: https://ibm.biz/BdPdps
Review API Connect on TrustRadius here: https://www.trustradius.com/products/ibm-api-connect/

If you're using API Connect as part of our Cloud Pak for Integration, you can also share your broader integration journey and review the Cloud Pak for additional $25 gift cards at 
https://gtnr.io/yVDnQp6uI and https://ibm.biz/BdPdpX

IBM is also always looking for client references. If you've done an interesting project with our integration offerings and would like to share with the world, let us know! We love featuring successes in our Client Story program. In doing so, we highlight your great work and position your organization as an industry and IT leader. There are multiple engagement options including case studies, videos, and press. To learn more, please reach out to rachael.schmitt@ibm.com 

As always, thank you for being part of the API Connect and IBM Integration community!

1 comment



Wed June 22, 2022 12:21 PM

How could one spread a word when IBM Cloud's constant changing services only causing trouble to it's consumers?
The removal of API Gateway and forcing to move to IBM API Connect is not appreciated.
From a million free API invocations/month to only 50k per month is not acceptable.
Not considering the breaking technical changes on the other hand only causing additional unproductive work.