An API builds efficiency, improves customer experience, reaches new customers and saves valuable resources.
Using an API, businesses can easily transfer data back and forth seamlessly - no data entry required. Businesses can additionally use an API to transfer data between software, to-and-from an "app" or, as used in social networking settings, to encourage the development of third party "apps" for more fun and interesting user experiences.
In non-technical terms, an API is like a handshake agreement between software applications, that specifies how the data will be exchanged.
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This agreement simply automates the flow of data and yet can offer an exponential return.
Six Ways an API Delivers Such a High Return
- Enabling businesses to easily integrate versus invest resources into developing new products
- Increasing sales by access to new customers, e.g. leveraging TSheets' API could greatly increase sales by tapping into the thousands of customers in the TSheets community
- Keeping businesses on or under budget due to reduced internal expenses
- Freeing up valuable developer time for core business initiatives delivering a greater return on investment (ROI)
- Providing businesses with the advantage of complex logic that other companies have developed, without investing resources to develop those products themselves
- Enabling customers or product users who are passionate about a particular problem to solve it on their own by using an API
The name of the game in technology today is making tech-driven systems work together for a seamless and more productive work world; an API makes that possible.
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What businesses could you partner or integrate with through an API, to offer more value to existing customers and expand your reach into new markets? What problems could your customers solve on their own using an open, well-documented API?
From integrations with accounting software like QuickBooks, to bridge applications for ticketing software like Zendesk, to inventory management, to card swipe functionality for employee time clocks, or service order applications, and more - TSheets' open API is being used to create a seamless and more productive world for businesses everywhere.
Interested in expanding your business proposition through an API integration with TSheets? We play well with others - contact us today.
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