Don't risk losing potential deals or disappointing established customers because you’re limited by the capabilities of one piece of software. Inperium Sell integrates easily with other services and platforms through a RESTful API to streamline critical business processes and dramatically improve your agility in the marketplace.
Easily integrate Inperium Sell with other systems and applications to solve your unique business needs. Automatically create new orders from forms on your website. Glean valuable insights from social media. Improve collaboration and project management. Empower your call center to prioritize high-value clients. The possibilities are truly unlimited.
Inperium Sell's RESTful API enables you to connect the CRM to a wide range of software solutions — including any cloud-based marketing, finance, e-commerce, or support platforms and applications. Its advanced capabilities give you plenty of room to maneuver so you can improve staff efficiency, land more sales, and increase customer satisfaction.
What good is an API if your development teams have to spend months struggling to create even the most basic integration? With Inperium Sell, you get clear, thorough API documentation that makes robust integrations fast and easy. As a result, you not only save money but gain the agility you need to thrive in a competitive marketplace with rapidly changing technologies.
An application program interface (API) is the standard means for connecting different software systems (internal or external) so they can share data and make requests of one another. For example, developers use APIs to create the games you play on your phone. RESTful refers to a particular type of API often used in web services. (REST is an acronym for representational state transfer.)
A RESTful API provides a set of well-defined rules that developers use to enable systems to talk to each other — exchange data, initiate commands, and so on. APIs dramatically simplify integration by hiding complexity: Developers just need to know the command to use to ask another system to perform a particular action, not anything about how it will satisfy that request.
A RESTful API is essential to integrating your CRM with the other applications and platforms that you need to work with, from social media to productivity tools. If your CRM doesn’t include one, you’ll have to either waste time juggling separate systems or invest significant resources in developing interaction interfaces from scratch.