For Open Source Communities & Commercial Vendors

Open source developer communities and open source commercial vendors can leverage the power of the NextAxiom hyperService Platform to address integration challenges and drive expanded distribution while enabling new sources of revenue.

For open source developers, NextAxiom provides a unique opportunity to expand distribution of your functionality. Here’s how it works. Download and use NextAxiom’s hyperService Studio to transform your open source code into easy-to-consume hyperService flow-centric components — then distribute them for free as you would normally distribute your source code. And when enterprise customers set up a NextAxiom account to run your hyperService-enabled functionality, we will donate 50% of our platform fees to your developer community for up to 5 years. That’s a real partner commitment to open source development, and an opportunity to expand your enterprise footprint.

For commercial open source vendors, think of our hyperService Platform as a way to supercharge your integration initiatives and drive expanded enterprise adoption. Just leverage the power of NextAxiom hyperServices to create new pre-packaged integrations of your technology with both legacy enterprise apps and installed enterprise suites or SaaS applications from leading vendors. We call these intelligent, pre-packaged integrations ‘Flowlets’. NextAxiom Flowlets will assist your team in driving enterprise market penetration without the hassle of expensive system integrators and time-consuming one-off integrations. Being an approved NextAxiom Partner, when your customer chooses to deploy your pre-packaged solution Flowlet, we will provide you with 30% of the fees resulting from your hyperService enabled functionality for the first 3 years of the relationship. That’s real innovation tied to real partner incentives.

To contact a NextAxiom partner representative and learn more about NextAxiom’s innovative revenue-sharing model for open source communities and commercial developers, click here.