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What is an API?

An Application Programming Interface (API) means how the various software components should interact with each other. There are public, private and shared API’s, sometimes referred to as open and closed.


Why we needs API?

In Today’s world API integration become a key to enhance application rather than developed it from scratch to avoid burden of heavy cost.API Integration is required when you need to integrate your application with a third party well-known application like Accounting software (QuickBooks,MyOB), Marketing application (Hubspot,Exacttarget) etc…

Here at Variance we have the skilled professional who has experience in the development of the API integration using Restful, JSON API, Webapp API, XML API,Android API and iOS API development.

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What API integration variance offered?


Accounting Systems

  • QuickBooks
  • MyOB
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • Autoprise

Credit Card Processing

  • Authorize.net
  • PayPal
  • AlertPay

Online Applications

  • Google Apps
  • Google Maps
  • Constant Contact
  • AWeber List
  • Salesforce.com

Online Carrier Integration

  • UPS
  • FedEx
  • Central Freight
  • DHL

Office Applications

  • Google Apps
  • Google Maps
  • Constant Contact
  • AWeber List
  • Salesforce.com

File storage

  • DropBox
  • GoogleDrive

CRM Application

  • vTiger
  • SugarCRM
  • SuiteCRM
  • Microsoft Dynamics
  • SageCRM

Marketing Application

  • Hubspot
  • Exacttarget
  • AutoTask
  • Bedrock
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