API: HOW DOES IT WORK?

Our API lets you directly send SMS, Fax, Voice, Text to speach and Email messages directly from your system. Our system runs as a webservice accepting SOAP requests over HTTP allowing your application to send messages, retrieve reports, manage user details and so on, directly from within your application.

Reporting can be handled via both pull or push. You can request the broadcast details from our system with the API, or we can simply push the result of each message to you with a simple HTTP post request.

SEND MESSAGES FOR YOUR CLIENTS

With our API, you can send messages for your own customers by setting up your own simple client interface and passing the messages through the API for transmission and delivery. Use it to generate income for your organisation!

THIS IS NOT A BIG PROJECT!

Our API documentation provides sample code that will make the implementation and integration easy. Businesses often have the interface up and running in a matter of one day! We have code samples for .Net, Java and PHP.

SENDING STATUS UPDATES

Does your system manage movement of goods? Why not notify your clients when goods are dispatched and when they are expected to be delivered automatically? Send the client a fax, email, SMS or a voice message. Save them calling you to find out the status!

REMINDERS

Systems that manage schedules often send out “reminders” when appointments are near. These messages can be sent via API and allow customers to respond with a message if they can keep the appointment. Usually improves the “no show” rate by at least 35%!

SYSTEMS DOWN? GET THE WORD OUT QUICKLY!

When systems fail, it’s important users and support staff know quickly! Send alerts out automatically so support staff can mobilise to fix the problem and users know the current status. Keep your focus on solving the problem and let the system keep the flow of communication.

NEED HELP WITH THE API?

Our tech team is well versed in business applications that use an API for external communication. If you need help with the implementation, we can help! Usually a phone call, email or Skype chat will get you on your way!