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Custom Integration

Custom Web Integration

Today’s websites employ ‘functionality’ that promotes a more interesting and interactive experience for your visitors. These functionalities are often third-party applications that we integrate through  scripts called API (Application Programming Interface). API’s ensure a seamless communication between various applications.

With API integration, a set of codes helps one application talk to the other, effectively enabling you to utilize existing resources on your own website.

Through an API integration, we use an existing application without having to reinvent the wheel. This is why third-party integration has become a key element for beautiful, functional websites in today’s world.

Our Experience

Our team of developers and engineers can organize your vision, ideas, and specific marketing goals into strategic solutions tailored to your organization’s unique needs.

Our role is to consider the usability, flexibility, performance, scalability, and cost of potential API integration options to ensure you have the best website possible.

Types of API Integration

The following list indicates the range of API applications that we have provided for our clients.

Inventory Systems
Inventory Applications allow you optimal control through, for example, Inventory Optimization, Stock Notifications, Stock Returns, Order Recording, and Tax Calculation.

Payment Gateways
Payment gateways enable you to seamlessly receive customer funds for goods and services. We have integrated the following applications for payment processing: Authorize.net, Sage, Amazon Pay, Paypal Express, Cardknox, Payeezy.

Shipping Rates
Shipping API integration will allow your visitors to get accurate, real-time shipping rates from shipping services such as FedEx, UPS, USPS and DHL.

Let APIs like Google Analytics and CrazyEgg show you a whole new level of transparency and depth. They enable applications to perform a systematic analysis of data and produce insights by way of charts, graphs, and images that tell the story of the data.