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OpenChannel is an API that makes it easy to build an app store into your product, website or mobile app.

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OpenChannel Alternatives

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  1. iConduct provides cross-platform integration application software to help businesses migrate data between applications.

  2. IBM MQ is messaging middleware that simplifies and accelerates the integration of diverse applications and data across multiple platforms.

  3. BI Connector offers a simple, secure connection from Tableau to OBIEE for business users, enabling powerful visualization and blending of OBIEE data.

  4. Cogent DataHub provide data connectivity, integration, and visualization for industrial automation to virtually connect.

  5. is the ultimate middleware for header bidding ad stack - a header bidding as-a-service platform made for publishers

  6. Bolts is a collection of low-level libraries designed to make developing mobile apps easier.

  7. Celigo provides implementation and integration products and services for NetSuite, including SmartConnectors, SuiteApps, NetSuite consulting

  8. Apache Camel is a versatile open-source integration framework based on known enterprise integration patterns.

  9. Magic xpi Integration Platform delivers enterprise-grade integration, business process automation, and data synchronization solutions.

  10. Fujitsu Interstage is a suite of modular and flexible software that helps companies visualize and optimize their business operations.

  11. An interface definition language and communication protocol for creating cross-language services.

  12. RabbitMQ is an open source message broker software.

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