Really Simple Systems CRM API
The Really Simple Systems CRM API (Application Programming Interface) allows developers to integrate our CRM into just about any other system or application you use. This means you can share data between your systems and streamline your business processes.
Using our API you can link your system to any other web based application, such as your web site, in-house systems and other cloud computing products.
CRM API Languages
Our CRM API version 3.0 is a RESTful (Representational State Transfer) API which can accept your requests in either JSON or XML formats.
Whether you’re looking to incorporate CRM into an Android app, or automatically syncing data with other systems, our API makes this easy to do. The functionality will allow CRM users, web developers and software providers to integrate their applications directly into the Really Simple Systems CRM.
You can find our more about our API and download the documentation – API Version3.0 Enabling
What is an API?
API is the acronym for Application Programming Interface which isn’t much help! APIs are used in just about all social technology and provide an interface that links different systems. This means that when you do something in one system the data is replicated in another that is linked with the interface.
Our CRM API documentation provides a specification for programmers to follow if they want to link up Really Simple Systems CRM with other systems they are using, for example an e-commerce application. So it gives details of the functionality available, how it should be used, and what output can be expected.
What is an API Call?
An API call is an individual interaction between the two applications through the API. So when a request for data is made from one system to the other using the API. Call levels are normally limited to control the level of traffic following through the API. See pricing and options for details of the Really Simple Systems API call limits.