Integrating API's

An application-programming interface (API) is a set of programming instructions and standards for accessing a Web-based software application. A software company releases its API to the public so that other software developers can design products that are powered by its service.

Below is an example explaining what API integration is:

Consider an example of Flight ticket booking service. A flight website like Jet Airways will have its own website where customers can book tickets for Jet Airways flights. But consider a website like where customers can visit and book flight tickets for any airlines in the world. To do so, all the airlines submit their APIs to, so it can integrate with its existing website and make possible for customers to book flight tickets for any airlines in the world.

We can integrate your web store with any kind of SMS gateway you choose. Here, are some of the gateways that we have worked on:

Accounting Systems

  • QuickBooks
  • QuickBooks Online
  • MAS 90
  • Chempax
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • Autoprise

Online Applications

  • Google Apps
  • Google Maps
  • Bing Maps
  • Constant Contact
  • AWeber List

Office Applications

  • Microsoft Outlook
  • Microsoft Word
  • Microsoft Excel
  • Microsoft Access

Credit Card Processing

  • Optimal Payments
  • PayPal

Online Carrier Integration

  • UPS
  • USPS
  • FedEx
  • FedEx LTL
  • Conway
  • ABF
  • Central Freight
  • Southeastern Freight
  • AAA Cooper
  • Old Dominion

We have expertise in working uniquely for each project apart from above mentioned list. We can also customize existing 3rd party API integration. We are well known in the market and offer our services at most optimized rates.