Custom API connections
No more manual tasks with sustainable API connections
When a web application is connected to existing systems in your organization and in customers’ and suppliers’ organizations, it will only become more powerful. That’s because you can exchange data in a considerably easier, faster, and cheaper way.
Building a sustainable connection requires expertise and extensive technical knowledge, as there are often several ways to integrate systems with each other: API/Web Services, web hooks, or (S)FTP. We are happy to help you make the right choice and realize your connection successfully.
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Broad expertise on connections
We have a lot of experience building connections between web applications and systems such as ERP and CRM software. And if you have your own custom system, we can also create connections with your web application – for example, based on CSV or XML.
System integration technologies
A variety of technologies can be used to create a connection. Which technology we’ll pick depends on the goal and the options of the software that should be connected:
- CSV and XML through (S)FTP – for example, data (such as product and customer information) will be exchanged between systems during overnight exports and imports.
- API/Web Service – modern software has its own ‘power strip’ to exchange information. This is a sustainable, solid solution for processing large amounts of data (live).
- Web hooks – can be compared to Web Services, except they’re event based. For every mutation, there will be an automated call to update data – for example, for email addresses on a mailing list.
- Single Sign-On (SSO) – simple logins to various applications using one username and password. If you build these connections, your employees or customers need to log in with different passwords less often.
Want to know more?
As an IT expert and entrepreneur, I’d be interested to learn more about your challenges or opportunities. Don’t hesitate to call me so we can discuss them.
Do you already have a specific idea for a software solution? In that case, you can request a free initial feasibility test.