New CRM API provides additional functionality, increased security and faster transactions
We’re pleased to announce the release of the latest version of our API, which is now available to our customers.
Our new CRM API (Application Programming Interface) allows your software developers to interface our CRM into just about any other system or application you use. This might include your accounting software, web site, sales order system, or any other in-house
applications. The interface lets you share data between your systems and the CRM, streamlining your business processes.
What’s changed in the New CRM API
The new CRM API Version 4 takes our CRM to integration to the next level, giving you additional functionality, increased security and faster transactions.
The new features include:
The CRM API version 4.0 is a RESTful (Representational State Transfer) API allowing you to make requests to Create, Read, Update and Delete records in your CRM. The API v4.0 accepts requests, or calls, in JSON format.
What does API stand for?
API is the acronym for Application Programming Interface. APIs are used to pass data back and forth between two computer systems programmatically. This means that when you do something in one system the data is replicated in another that is linked through the interface.
What’s an API Call?
An API call is the individual interaction between the two applications made through the API when a request for data is made from one system to the other. Call levels are normally limited to control the level of traffic following through the API and are determined by your CRM price plan. See CRM Features for details of the Really Simple Systems API call limits.
Version 4 of the API is now available to all customers in all payment plans, including the Free CRM.
You can access the CRM API Version 4 documentation on our Customer Support Hub.