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Kyriba Issues an Open Liquidity Platform Challenge to App Developers

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London – Kyriba is issuing a challenge to develop or test an application on its Open Liquidity Platform, a new open-innovation project. The winner will be given early access to the platform, and be visible by Kyriba’s clients.

Who should apply?

Use cases must be complementary with Kyriba’s own activities in the fields of liquidity management, cash management, payment management, risk management, investment of excess liquidity or supply chain finance.

How to apply?

Applications must be sent directly to:

The competition will take place on June 17, 2021, during VivaTech, Porte de Versailles (Paris). Free tickets will be offered to the candidates.

Selection principles

Kyriba will select the short list of candidates based on two criteria: 

  • the use case must complement Kyriba’s own activities
  • the application must integrate with those activities via APIs

What is the prize?

The winners will have early access to the platform, technical support and help with associated costs(validation, implementation etc.). The winning app – to be decided by a jury of senior Kyriba executives – will get go-to-market support that includes direct communication with the wide-reaching Kyriba ecosystem of customers and partners.

“We encourage developers to take the challenge and work with us. This is an opportunity to develop and test your applications in real-time on one of the largest, worldwide data management platforms,” said Félix Grévy, VP Product, Open API and Connectivity.

“We are also offering developers fast time-to-market thanks to the APIs and applications that we have already implemented; access to structured data to develop Artificial or Machine Learning algorithms; and a developer portal with access to a documentation centre, support and a sandbox.”

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