With an innovative software design and revenue plan, Jexy’s software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform is shaping up to be the next great innovation in application programming interfaces (APIs).

According to Jexy founder Clay Loveless, integration obstacles and uneven application distribution channels have made productivity data difficult to obtain. Slated for alpha release in the third quarter of 2011, Jexy promises to revolutionize the industry by introducing vastly improved access to productivity data through its API platform. By taking advantage of this market gap, Jexy hopes to provide a unique and useful service.

Led by Loveless and supported by a strong team of advisors and investors, Jexy has developed a strong, two-part revenue plan. Jexy’s “Freemium” users will receive free access to zero-obstacle tire kicking and all data connectors. Free users will be capped at a fixed megabyte limit (yet to be determined) for message processing and will only have recourse to Jexy’s forum-and-Twitter-based technical support.

The Premium Plan includes all the benefits of the Freemium Plan, but it also provides users with 24/7 phone and e-mail support, an uptime service level agreement (SLA) with active failover, and access to a tiered pricing plan based on daily megabyte processing.

Jexy founder and self-taught engineer Clay Loveless boasts a long history of successful software endeavors, including co-founding and launching API company Mashery. Loveless’ professional endeavors have included stints with AOL Inc., Eruptor Entertainment, and

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Founded - 2009
Size - 1 - 25 Employees
Type - Public Company
Funding - Private
Ticker - None

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