Twilio Opens Marketplace for Add-Ons

Twilio Opens Marketplace for Add-Ons

Cloud-based communications platform Twilio has announced that it is opening a marketplace for third-party add-ons. ?This the beginning of Twilio?s marketplace,? said Twilio CEO and co-founder Jeff Lawson. ?What we?ve done is to allow developers to do more with less code.?

So far, 18 partners are offering Twilio add-ons. Those partners include IBM, which is offering two Watson services: Message Sentiment and Message Insights. The company said this is the first time it has made Watson cognitive computing services available on a third party service. Watson services are also available through IBM’s Bluemix cloud development platform.

One million developers are registered to use the Twilio service.

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