APIs and Integrations

Application Program Interface (API)

Sharing Data and Functionality

Allowing programs to communicate with each other can be of benefit when you need shared or seamless functionality between them. By building an API between systems, you avoid the time and expense of developing functionality that already exists elsewhere and make it easy to send data back and forth. Allow your systems to work together and you can boost their value and use exponentially.

Authentication and Security

Whenever systems are communicating together, you must open access for them to “talk” to each other. This can be taken advantage of by people that may have no business accessing your data or systems. Your API should only allow the right people to access the right data at the right time. We do this by ensuring your system only authenticates the correct users and encrypts all of the data in transit.

Integration and Migration

Data Analysis

Systems generally do not store data in the same way. Field names may be different, or data may need to be manipulated, combined or split apart to fit into the other system. The most important part of an integration or migration is mapping this data appropriately. The old adage of measure twice, cut once is just as true in technology as in carpentry. We start our analysis by building a thorough understanding of the data in each system and end when every piece of information has a comfortable home.

System Health

Once an integration is up and running, it is largely invisible and issues may not show up until well after they occur. We constantly monitor system health to make sure all data was accurately moved and accounted for. You can enjoy peace of mind knowing that alerts are immediately sent if an issue arises and even if all goes well.


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