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Interzoid Joins the OpenAPI Initiative to Help Build Frictionless Data Future

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OpenAPI welcomes Interzoid as a new OpenAPI member!

“We are excited to be a part of accelerating the adoption of a standard that we believe will play a central role in the upward march of the API Economy. The fast and easy movement of valuable data around the Web, combined with our data asset improvement API offerings, is greatly enhanced by leveraging the OpenAPI Specification,” said Robert Brauer, Interzoid, CEO. “As someone who has been working with APIs for nearly two decades, I think the OpenAPI Specification is one of the more attractive and useful innovations yet.”

Interzoid was founded in 2019 and has built their software stack on open source technology, including Linux, Angular, the Go programming language, and PostgreSQL. Interzoid provides 20+ APIs that provide services like generated similarity keys to match disparate data sets using their City Match API, Full Name Match API, Company Match API, and more. Interzoid is looking to build future open source projects that support the company strategy of frictionless data.

“We are excited to welcome Interzoid as a new member of the OpenAPI Initiative,” said Marsh Gardiner, Product Manager, Google Cloud, and Technical Steering Committee member, OpenAPI Initiative. “Interzoid has used the OpenAPI 3.0 Specification format to formally describe all of their APIs. The specification is a great way to help developers quickly evaluate and understand the details of the services they’re providing.”

List of Interzoid APIs Available:

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About the OpenAPI Initiative

The OpenAPI Initiative (OAI) was created by a consortium of forward-looking industry experts who recognize the immense value of standardizing on how APIs are described. As an open governance structure under the Linux Foundation, the OAI is focused on creating, evolving and promoting a vendor neutral description format. The OpenAPI Specification was originally based on the Swagger Specification, donated by SmartBear Software. To get involved with the OpenAPI Initiative, please visit

About Linux Foundation 

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