Beyond open business
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WTC, São Paulo - Brazil


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About APIX

Since 2015 APIX has been connecting IT professionals from all over the world, stimulating strategic debates regarding the latest trends in APIs, technology and business strategies. APIX brings together in a single event global success cases from leading enterprises and promotes the sharing of experiences and technical content about connectivity and system integrations.

Such an environment to guide companies (and the world) to an even more open future, full of with opportunities.

APIX 2022 Highlights

Speakers in
15 Countries
continents represented
hours of

Latest Editions


Brazil’s 1st event dedicated to the world of APIs

The first edition, held in 2015, transformed São Paulo into the world capital of APIs. The event welcomed 250 participants who learned more about the universe enabled by APIs.

The event also featured the most prominent professionals in the market, including Spotify, Twitter and Google, offering excellent insights related to this subject. Nowadays, these are tech giants whose growth journey was supported by digital strategies.


Every Business is a Digital Business

Following the success of the 2015 event, the 2016 API Experience brought even more content on strategies, business opportunities and technical challenges in APIs.

Under the API subject, we talked about the roles and benefits of API Economy and Business Models, Architecture and Microservices, API Definition and Design and, Documentation, showing how they can help companies stay ahead of the competition.

All of this involves cases studies and professionals from the main technology players, such as Google, Stelo, Globo Play and Magazine Luiza.


API strategies for Digital transformation

Already recognised as the largest API event in Brazil and the 2nd largest in the world, the 2017 APIX gathered over 600 professionals in the area, to discuss how APIs have opened doors and became a huge business ally for the companies.

Great speakers such as Natura, Cielo, BBVA, Uber and SulAmérica talked about the lessons learned and the challenges of creating a winning API strategy within IT departments.


Disruption with APIs

In a historical edition, with more than 900 participants and over 200 companies in attendance, the 2018 APIX brought the leaders of Digital Transformation, such as Elo, Netshoes, Embracon and Pagseguro, showcasing what made them exponent leaders in Brazil and worldwide.

We watched the first conversations about Open Banking, when regulation was still far from being a reality in Brazil or in any other country.


APIs driving business

In the 5th edition, we brought in the biggest national and international names to share trends in APIs, Microservices, Agile Architecture and Digital Transformation, such as Randy Heffner, Forrester analyst.

We had more than 1000 participants discussing the main issues of the connectivity era, in which people, companies and ecosystems are more and more connected, as well as their role within a Digital Ecosystem.


Open your mind, transform your business

Thoughout its five editions, APIX has provided a stage of companies such as Natura, Cielo, BBVA, Nubank, Uber, Fitbit and SulAmérica. And they all have something in common: they all use technology to connect their brands with their clients across different channels.

Technology is a fundamental part of your business strategy, both worlds need to be aligned. At #APIX2021, we bring together technical and business tracks under the same ecosystem, to bring you discussions to elevate your knowledge.


The biggest API event in the
American continent is now GLOBAL

The seventh version of the largest event specialized in APIs in the world had an online version composed of international stages, accompanied by a face-to-face edition, in São Paulo.

The online version took place free of charge, with live transmission around the world and had four simultaneous tracks, divided between Brazil, Mexico, United States and United Kingdom, over 8 hours of programming and more than 40 lectures.