7 solid reasons for integrating APIs
Relevant information added directly to your trusted, internal environment
You’ll receive real-time access to the most relevant, correct, and current information in your own, trusted, internal systems. The implementation of an API is fairly simple and can be adjusted at any time depending on your needs.
Complete and always up to date
You’ll no longer be dependent on enrichment of-or updates to- your database. Through an API, you can directly retrieve the desired data in your system, to complete your client data sheet. If anything changes in that client data sheet, the direct link to the Graydon database ensures that the changes are also immediately processed in your systems.
Quick and user friendly
You will no longer need to log in to different systems or platforms. Or transfer information from one platform to the next. You will be consulting the data directly inside your own environment.
Less chance for errors
With an API, there will be less data that needs to be entered manually. So, data input is kept to a minimum. And that means that the chance for errors is similarly minimised.
Controlled data quantity
An API is configured for your needs. You decide what data you want to implement. Moreover, using an API you also save on storage costs for your data and corresponding IT support.
APIs offer options for integrating data both at the front end and at the back end. For online shops, for example, this allows for online checks to take place in the customer environment.
A link via API is simple to install. Developers can find all technical information about this on our website www.graydon.io.