RESTful API For Data Cleansing and Direct Mail
The Core features of AccuZIP built into a Direct Mail API as well as a Point of Entry Address Validation API to integrate into your interface
What is an API?
Application program interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API specifies how software components should interact. Additionally, APIs are used when programming graphical user interface (GUI) components. In the simplest terms, APIs are sets of requirements that govern how one application can talk to another.
How do APIs Work?
APIs expose some of a program’s internal functions to the outside world in a limited fashion. That makes it possible for applications to share data and take actions on one another’s behalf. APIs simplify all of this by limiting outside program access to a specific set of features—often enough, requests for data of one sort or another. For example, AccuZIP's Direct Mail RESTful API exposes Web Service CASS™ Certification, NCOALink® (COA), Duplicate Detection, FCM/STD Presort, Mail Tracking and Reporting and EDDM® Mailing List Creation to outside applications. Think of APIs as doors or windows. APIs clearly define exactly how a program will interact with the rest of the software world, saving time, resources and potentially nasty legal entanglements along the way. AccuZIP's APIs come with complete documentation, technical support, and training.
Who are APIs for?
Anyone who wants to use the core features of the AccuZIP and AccuTrace products to integrate them into their own custom applications. The possibilities are endless.....find out more!
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